Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Republican Debate - Winners and Losers

There were winners and losers in the Republican Presidential Debate on CNBC.   The biggest loser was the lame stream, left wing media that was called out by various candidates for their obvious bias.   Socialists get feel good questions from the left wing media.  Republican Candidates are accused of being stupid, crooks or liars, when in fact it is Socialists that will lie, cheat, steal, borrow, extort, target their enemies and history teaches us even murder to gain and retain power to allow them to continue feeding at the trough.  Frankly, I don't know why the Republican National Committee would even agree to hold debates on CNBC or MSNBC; both outlets for the Socialist Party of America. 

In any case, Jeb Bush did not do particularly well during the Debate.   He left little impression because he seems to lack passion.  The winners were Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz and Carly Fiorina.   The others; Rand Paul, Chris Christie, Mike Huckabee and John Kasich were just there.  None of them will get the Republican Nomination and neither will Jeb Bush.  Matter of fact, it is highly unlikely that Bush will win any of the first four primaries; in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, or Nevada.   After losing all of them, Bush will pull out of the race because his money will dry up. 

Barring new information, it is pretty obvious that the Republican nominee for President will either be Trump, Carson, Rubio, or Cruz.   I doubt very much that Carly Fiorina will attract the money to go the whole way until the June Primaries.   Since she will not win any of the first four primaries; most likely she will be gone as well after these primaries.   So, Super Tuesday in March is likely to be between Trump, Carson, Rubio and Cruz.  Finally, it is possible that none of them will go to the convention in July, 2016 in Cleveland with a majority.  That is when the deal will take place to combine the Delegates of the top two to nominate the Republican candidates for President and Vice President. 

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