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  1. poncho

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    Check back here for the live feed for the event.

    Join us on the Infowars Nightly News tonight, Dec. 15 at 7pm CST for LIVE coverage of the face-off between Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and the other Republican contenders.

    http://www.infowars.com/election/
     
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    So who does Carly Fiorina believe has possession of "their" country?
    Poor Jeb.
    Rubio-What are "traditional" values.
    Cruz-"Thank you Wolfe" with a South Texas twang.
    Ben Carson-pandering. Boring.

    Weird self-introductions.
     
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    Immediate plans, it appears, to pull poor Jeb into the conversation. And Trump makes him look weak.
     
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    Rubio has huge ears lol. But he looks more Presidential than the rest. Cruz looks constipated.

    Jeb is letting Donald fluster him.
     
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    Thanks for nothing Zaac.

    Dare I say it but I think Rubio actually gets it with regards to ISIS.

    Also, Carson comes out of nowhere with a good point about the caliphate which I haven't heard from anyone else at all.
     
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    Poor Carly. I think she wants to be a VP candidate but the men just aren't letting her speak.
     
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    I'm starting to like little Rand Paul. He would make an interesting Secretary of Defense.

    Scratch that. I'm LOVING Rand Paul!!! [​IMG]
    He just took Chris Christie and [​IMG]


    Jeb and Donald [​IMG]

    Such great theater!
     
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    Big Boy needs to be reminded that Hillary isn't in the current administration.
     
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    Santorum had a great point regarding the Caliphate in the undercard debate.

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    It's a really great point. I mean you can strike blows by defeating ISIS tactical leadership but truly a big blow as well from eliminating leadership in ideology.
     
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    Wonder why nothing has been said about keeping us safe from domestic terrorism?

    They make me feel sad for poor Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley.:D
     
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    Here's the transcript.

    SANTORUM: Well, there's all sorts of theological reasons why we may not want to go into Syria right now to take ISIS. But let me set that aside for a moment and say this. ISIS is a caliphate. They've established a caliphate, the first Sunni caliphate since 1924, when Ataturk disbanded the Ottoman Empire. They've established a caliphate and, under Islamic law, good Muslims who see them as a legitimate caliphate are required to follow them. That's why we have people in this country who see them as a legitimate caliphate, which is the leader of the Sunni Muslim world, they are required under their law to follow them. How do we defeat their caliphate? Well, it's very clear in Islamic law how you do so. You take their land. You have to take land back from the caliphate and in the Islamic world that delegitimizes, that delegitimizes the caliphate. It makes the caliphate unsuccessful. Therefore not blessed by Allah. Therefore, you should not follow it. We need to take back the land in Iraq and we need to use Sunni, not Shiites, not Iranian troops, not Shiite Iraqis, but Sunni Muslims in Iraq and the Kurds, the Peshmerga, and take back Iraqi land. I believe if we did that, you would see ISIS begin to collapse. And then we can look at other ways in which we're going to deal with it. I have great hesitancy, based on ISIS' desire to draw us into Syria, and a particular town in Syria, for their own, again, apocalyptic version, to go in with ground troops in Syria at this point.
     
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    Okay, I didn't watch the under card debate, but I just saw the over card one. I don't think it will affect the polling much but Christie and Cruz probably won on points and didn't damage themselves but Rubio sure did with his immigration answers because he still never addressed why he teamed up with Chuck except that he had gotten the message that the GOP base did not trust the federal government to deal with the issue. Why did he ever think they did, his answers were overtly evasive and that's going to hurt him.

    Rand was doing great until his closing statement - he'll cut defense, this in a foreign policy debate because the US is out of money? That's true but that showed HIS priorities, that the deficit was more important than fighting ISIS, But until that, he made some great points. The other ones that want to get rid of Assad never said why that would work out this time.

    Carson kept rambling about surgery and coughing, Fiorina kept rambling about technology in the private sector on every question, both lacked focus. But in the wash, in two weeks Trump will still be first, Cruz second and Rubio or Christie third unless something else shakes up the race. Iowa and NH are just weeks away, Trump is playing defense now.
     
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    They sure did give the Dems some wonderful material for ads. All the DNC has to do is create a piece using comments from last night and starting WWIII, and the shellacking will be worst than it was in 2012.

    There sure were a lot of warmongers on that stage.
     
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    Mr. Christie, as commander in chief what would you do to eliminate the Sunni extremists Saudi Arabia and the US government has been funding and arming since the 1980's?

    Christie, I'd start world war 3 with Russia!

    Mr. Bush, what would you do with the family of the San Bernadino shooters?

    Jeb!, I would put them on a plane and safely fly them out of the country before the FBI could question them like my brother did with Osama Bin Laden's family after 9/11.

    Mr. Paul, you said we're broke so you would cut military spending . . . how would do that and still carry on the fight against the Sunni extremists Saudi Arabia and the US government has been funding and arming since the 1980's?

    Rand, well first of all I would stop funding and arming the Sunni extremists. That alone would save us billions of dollars.

    Mr. Kaish, why are you still in the race?

    Kaish, to remind you that as governor I created some jobs and I'd keep you safe.

    Mr. Rubio, how would you fight the Sunni extremists Saudi Arabia and the US government has been funding and arming since the 1980's?

    Marco, I'd work closely with the democrats to make sure they could come to this country and be treated with respect.

    Mr. Trump how would you stop Sunni extremists from using the internet to recruit more Sunni extremists?

    Donald, I would get the best minds on the planet to build a wall on the internet.

    Rand Paul, wouldn't that violate the first amendment?

    Republican candidates in unison . . . . the first amendment? That's stupid! We have to stop the Sunni extremists Saudi Arabia and the US government has been funding and arming since the 1980's by overthrowing the Assad regime and shooting down Russian planes to keep us safe!

    Ms. Fiorina, how would you deal with the Sunni extremists Saudi Arabia and the US government has been funding and arming since the 1980's?

    Carly, I wouldn't talk to Putin on an i phone or send him email on a I pad.

    Mr. Bush, can you explain how overthrowing the Assad regime and letting the Sunni extremists Saudi Arabia and the US government have been funding and arming since the 1980's take over the country is going to eliminate "ISIS"?

    Jeb!, Sure, it's simple. Assad = evil and "ISIS" = evil and Iran = evil and Russia = evil but the USA/Saudi Sunni coalition = global force for good. So, if we take out Assad we win! Simple.

    In case you missed the infowars play by play commentary last night you can watch it here . . .

    INFOWARS Nightly News "LIVE" CNN GOP Debate Coverage 12/15/2015 (PART ONE)

    INFOWARS Nightly News "LIVE" CNN GOP Debate Coverage 12/15/2015 (PART TWO)
     
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    THAT was MASTERFUL!!! Summed up the entire debate. This country is royally screwed!
     
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    Watching these "debates" is like crossing over into the . . .

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