So again that why I asked that question back to you. Oh and that he is elected as a Republican. That can't get any more obvious when there are only 2 parties. Do try to at least keep pace with what has been said and more importantly.....with what you thought.
Do you think you can manage that to filter thru now?
If Carly Fiorina announces, I'm in. Competent, experienced, whip smart, no BS, not a politician. All plusses in my book.
"A democracy cannot exist as a permanent form of government. It can only exist until the majority discovers it can vote itself largess out of the public treasury." Attributed to Alexander Tytler
Not quite, and the only ones I said about Forcing was the Demos. As to the Right, you stated....."you can try". Why would I need to try when I asked. Do they want to be associated to the Republican party.
The Libertarians can run a National Party and so to can the Tea Party. Many of them don't care for the establishment and say so openly. Which is the reason why you were asked that question.
So now has that short term memory snapped back into place?
I'm actually very pleased with the group of candidates running on the Republican ticket. I think several bring something to the debates. Rubio on foreign affairs, Rand Paul on a dysfunctional Washington and out of control spending. Walker for his accomplished record as governor, Carly Fiorina for her no nonsense approach and shaking things up, Carson because he isn't a politician. They all bring something of value to the debates. And the one candidate so many said didn't have a chance, Ted Cruz hauled in 31 million in less than one week in contributions. Obviously he has more folks supporting him than some may care to acknowledge.
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