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Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Keep the Republican debates small

In a democracy, all candidates are considered equal, regardless of their views, their lack of support, and the propeller on their hat. But ours is a democratic republic, not a democracy. And the point of the Republican Party nomination process is to win the 2016 election. I do not see where allowing every jackass with a campaign button on stage.
Someone has to be grown up and just say no.

No, George Pataki, you are not a serious candidate.

No, Mitt Romney, you had your chance.

No, Mike Huckabee, America filled its quota of Arkansas governors as president.

No, Ben Carson, one speech does not make you a serious candidate; this is not the Democratic Party.

No and hell no, Donald Trump.

Republicans should wait until after the 2015 election and hold their first debate among the top five in a poll conducted by the party. That would likely be Jeb Bush, Scott Walker, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and Chris Christie.

But what about John Kasich? Carly Fiorina?

What about them? I am sure they would make excellent presidents.That's not the point. Winning is. Debates that make the Republican Party look like a Looney Tunes poster won't cut it.


  1. And don't let liberals moderate the debates since they will do their best to destroy the candidacies of every single Republican in the race. We don't want Dimocrats with bylines to set the narrative.

  2. I'm not sure that letting party leaders select our top five is a good idea, and pretty certain it's a bad one.