Hot off Press…GOP Debate Summary

Recap of GOP Debate number 3

Debate Cartoon
Debate Cartoon

Another GOP Debate…only was able to watch last hour of it because of other commitments but it was enough.

Positive: A lot better than the last one where people were running over each other. They acted more civil toward one another.

Ludicrous: Huckabee being asked whether Trump would be a good moral candidate (um…what is he supposed to answer?) and his jokingly saying that he was wearing a Trump tie.

Ludicrous #2: A question on whether the government should be involved in Fantasy Football and Chris Christie saying geez let people play. Now we need government control over football games online?

Negative: Moderators interrupting speakers and speaking “in error.”

Humorous:  Chris Christie asking the moderator if the moderator was going to answer his question for him or if he would be allowed to answer.

Humorous #2: Carly stating she would love to have a debate with Hillary Clinton.

Negative: The word “crap” being used by a couple candidates #notcool.

Negative: The media bashing (truthfully speaking) because of their inept reporting or misrepresentation of facts.

Highlight: Ben Carson “See the audience knows” when questioned by a moderator about the accuracy of his statements.

Highlight: Trump and Hillary center of conversation topics…oh and Trump mentioning he likes to be unpredictable about carrying a gun unlike the federal government in international relations.

Frontrunners: Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio, unphased through it all.

Numbers Game: Third of eleven debates. By then, how many will still stand?

Spoof: Two versus three hours of debating…arguing about everything

Key phrase: “I’m the only one up here who has…” #trite

And there you have it…

Take it or leave it.

 

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