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    VP Debate Quick Reaction

    VP Debate Quick Reaction

    Pence for the win.

    It wasn’t even close.

    Mike Pence trounced Tim Kaine.

    If Trump had given the performance in the first debate that Pence gave tonight, Trump would be leading in the polls instead of sinking.

    Pence made the case against Hillary on Obamacare, foreign policy, law enforcement, immigration, the email server and a host of other issues, including her claim that half of Trump supporters are “deplorables.”

    Kaine was incredibly rude and annoying — his constant flow of interruptions are being criticized even by Hillary supporters.

    Leaves me wondering about what might have been, and whether Trump has it in him to pull a Pence in the next debate with Hillary.


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    inspectorudy | October 6, 2016 at 12:39 am

    Reality is beginning to set in for all of us who are rational. There isn’t going to be any campaign stopping expose from Assange and there isn’t going to be any “Big” change in Trump’s personality. Life is what it is and this ain’t no movie. hillary is disgusting and without a soul. Trump is as shallow as bar stain. He is not going to become a Reagan in the next debate and we all know it. He is a used car salesman and an egotist. He craves the limelight and common sense is not a common virtue for him. If he wins, the Republicans in Congress along WITH the Demorats will control him. If hilary wins there will be no Demorat support to control her. They are so left wing that they will follow her to the abyss. If for no other reason, a vote for Trump is a vote for Congressional oversight and a vote for hillary is a vote for a runaway third world mindset leading to our ruin.

    jack burns | October 6, 2016 at 11:02 am

    After reading the lamentations of #nevertrump’ers I’m put to mind a quote from their archbishop in the magazine that contains their liturgy: “And I will say the politics of it would be very, very different if a bunch of lawyers or bankers were crossing the Rio Grande. Or if a bunch of people with journalism degrees were coming over and driving down the wages in the press. Then we would see stories about the economic calamity that is befalling our nation.” You are not immediately threatened by a flood of illegal or say H1-B or H2-B legal immigrants so conservatism Inc is comfortable with sustaining or nurturing the status quo, even if it means aiding an avowed enemy of America. Sorry, but I can’t avoid that conclusion.

      Henry Hawkins in reply to jack burns. | October 6, 2016 at 2:04 pm

      Well, that says more about you than folks who can’t support Trump. You assign errant beliefs to non-Trumpers, which directs you to an errant conclusion.

        jack burns in reply to Henry Hawkins. | October 6, 2016 at 2:33 pm

        I quoted Cruz’s observation which I think applies to #nevertrumpers. It was less about their beliefs than their lack of them. But please, set me straight, what makes a #nevertrumper love a Johnson? We can tick off the things that they reserve a monopoly on such as small government, self determination, etc. but what’s the prime mover? I’d say that its a determination that the status quo just isn’t bad enough to rock the boat.

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