Saturday Trumping

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The clear winner of the final Republican debate, just four days before the first votes are cast in Iowa, was the Macavity candidate.

Just like the mystery cat, Donald Trump was nowhere near the scene of the crime at the Fox News debate. You could find him on rival news channels, but the damage was already done to poor Ted Cruz: the only candidate who could come close to beating him in Iowa.

Donald Trump compares his rival campaign event to ‘the Academy Awards’

Cruz, standing exposed in the middle of the stage, was subject to a barrage of fire from the moderators and his rival candidates. And Trump didn’t have to do any of the dirty work himself.

At first, Cruz’s Olympic-sized debate skills allowed him to shape the debate. When Fox’s Megyn Kelly asked a tough question about why he flip-flopped on his feelings towards Trump (he used to praise him but now suggests he’s a closet Democrat) Cruz chose to answer a completely different one.

@ THE GUARDIAN

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14 Responses to Saturday Trumping

  1. Den says:

    The Repugger Clown Car rolls on impressing the stoopids with their Debate prowess. Anyone with a functioning brain can see right through the jibberish and non-jocularity to the shriveled core of their nonsense.

    What concerns me is the rise of the Idiocracy that allows this to occur and the hordes and masses willing to follow the Clown Car wherever it goes cheering loudly. Apparently someone added too much chlorine to the gene pool years back, or it was Teflons influence to produce such mind-numb dunderheads and unleash them into society.

    Woe be upon us if any of the Clowns actually wins the WH, for the dunderheads would have been justified in all their stupidity leaving those with brains out in the cold, unfunny, land of Idiocracy in full bloom.

  2. David B. Benson says:

    Cruise with Cruz.

  3. David B. Benson says:

    According to TNYT the little town of Burns OR is sorely divided.

  4. David B. Benson says:

    Sun!

  5. Den says:

    Here too, supposed to be done with rain for a while, subject to change.

  6. David B. Benson says:

    In the cool sun and cloud shade for 45 minutes of stick walking to the Terre View Drive bridge and back.

    Day 7: 134+45=179 minutes.

  7. David B. Benson says:

    Oregon: its not over ’till its over.

  8. jimhitchcock says:

    Told this earlier on True Blue LA:

    Do we all know regret from when we were young?

    I first knew Debbie Dietrich in Jr High, when we were in the smart kids class.

    In HS she sat next to me in the back seat while taking drivers training, driving along Playa Vista Drive. The young black girl driving was so short she was sitting on a telephone book, still could hardly see over the steering wheel, weaving from side to side.

    I was laughing, saying ’we’re gonna die, we’re gonna die right now!’

    Kidding, of course, it was fun to sit next to Debbie, I was 15 years old.

    After HS, at a Marshall Tucker concert at the Burbank Starlight Amphitheater. My buddy Kenny says ‘hey, look whose here!’, and there she was, her long brown hair as gorgeous as ever. She was clearly glad to see me, had a smile on her face as she greeted me.

    Her date was nonplussed, said ‘hey, Debbie’, and I let her go, when I could have had such a better reaction.

    The hell with regret, I should learn from it.

    by jim hitchcock (railway) on 01.30.16 6:38pmreply  flag

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