12/14/15 10:56 am
Whiskey and popcorn at the ready!
Any good drinking games guys?
1 shot for every "loser"? "baby parts"? "climate hoax"?
I better do sips for every time they lie cuz I'll be dead by the first commercial
duncanJ New Jersey
12/14/15 5:12 pm
The worst part is that 70% said no, and that is how you stay ignorant and uneducated. Yet those same people will probably be on here Wednesday saying how much they hate all of the candidates and how much they hate all Republicans. It's people like that who are driving this country into the ground.
Crawdaddy11 Proud Wolverine
12/14/15 9:23 am
Why would a democrat waste her time watching these clowns. Democrats pry have better things to do like saving trees and ending climate change, which is real by the way Al Gore proved it back in the late nineties.
12/14/15 9:06 am
Don't forget to watch it and comment on my debate hangout poll. I plan to post the poll at 7:30 PM ET. Thanks! Hope to see you then!
12/14/15 10:58 am
True, look at the dems field! You have a socialist, a criminal, and a nobody who won't even win a state.... So you've got that going for you guys... Congrats?
12/15/15 1:16 am
Bringing jobs back to us, building military, stopping Muslim terrorists, he ain't scared of thug groups like black lives matter. On and on I could go
12/14/15 11:19 am
Sadly, it would be much more productive if the prime time debate was whittled down to 3-5 candidates instead of the pointless 9 person "debate"
Brandon1995 San Francisco
12/14/15 9:04 am
A bunch of clowns , who all believe themselves to be electable, (but aren't) ---all trying to slap each other for points. Tempting , but no , I have a life, thanks. I'll just catch the highlights on the pundits shows.
Spiritof76 USA 1776
12/14/15 5:10 pm
Yep. Glad to hear Rand is still able to participate on the prime time stage. Time to make a move tomorrow, or get out of the way. Not sure how the others in the earlier debate are still able to run with less than 1% support.
JerseyElephant New Jersey
12/15/15 4:24 pm
The fact is you're not gonna agree with every single view a candidate has. But when I see Christie, I see someone used to holding executive power, who won by 22 points in an extremely blue state, a former US attorney, and the chairman of the Republican Governors' Association
He seems pretty qualified to me, as well as someone who could easily win a general election and bring votes over to the party
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