Despite Dr Ben Carson previously admitting he is unqualified for a Cabinet position, or perhaps because of that admission, Trump has chosen Carson as Secretary of Health and Urban Development. Of course, he tweeted about it …
We monitor Trump’s tweets closely, and although this is the current version, there were a couple other versions he tweeted before this one that were hastily taken down, but not before we grabbed some screenshots.
Wow, the series of 10 Republican Presidential debates taken together has been the best reality television series ever. Despite the lack of substantive discussions or facts, there was drama, comedy and conflict, exactly what you want from reality TV. Each debate saw candidates get “voted off” the main debate by how they polled with us, the general public. We even saw some “get rescued” from the junior debate and get back to the main stage when their poll numbers rose, again thanks to us. But there is just one problem.
With the Republican primary in New Hampshire less than a month away, New Hampshire taxpayers will be absorbing a higher than normal cost for the election.
Does anyone else find it odd that the one candidate that has something to say about EVERY issue has been silent so far about the takeover of the federal wildlife buildings in Oregon by armed militia terrorists?
Rather than debating who won or who lost the CNBC Republican debate, I am pleased to offer random thoughts on each candidate.
Chris Christie – Is there any doubt that Christie bets on daily fantasy sports? He was sure quick to deflect that topic.
Mike Huckabee – I was not sure if Huckabee is running for President or for Donald Trump’s VP slot.
Carly Fiorina – She may want to talk to the House Benghazi Committee before challenging Hillary Clinton to a debate.
The third Republican primary debate will be shorter this time, truncated to two hours due to demands from candidates Donald Trump and Ben Carson. Perhaps they believe that if the debate goes longer like the previous ones that they will eventually say something so stupid that it will deter voters, but that has not happened so far. I mean the voter determent, not the saying something stupid part which has been constant during this primary race. Continue reading
Comedy Central can’t wait for Dr. Ben Carson to drop from the Republican primary race. A source inside Comedy Central has revealed that the network has signed Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson to star in a Comedy Central show that is currently being developed for him. Continue reading