It was terrible. I wanted to hear more about the various tax policies not about fantasy fucking football or Rubio’s personal financual choices. CNBC or MSNBC or whatever they are called sucks.[/quote]
I’m with USMC on this one.
This was SUPPOPSED to be a debate on Economics (isn’t MSMBC supposed to be a business channel? I don’t watch it). Most (if not all) of these candidates have tax plans (especially Cruz) that I wanted to hear more about.
So I relish the fact that the Moderators were Bitch-Slapped…they needed to be.
Then there was Bush.
He has been a headscatcher, for sure. He needs to save face and quietly bow out…he really does…
“Winners” in my opinion? Rubio, Cruz and Christie (even though many pundits feel that Cruz and Christie will not get enough of a “bump” to make them true contenders).
After the New Year and the first Primaries, I’m personally ready for the GOP field to become more “Lean and Mean”. We need to start sifting the proverbial “Wheat from the Chaff”.
Agreed Mufasa. Is there even a point to the people on the kid table before? There are quite a few candidates who have no traction but keep hanging around. Any thoughts on how long that will last?[/quote]
When the money dries up. When donors vanish, that’s when they will GTFO of Dodge.