Thoughts on the recent GOP debate.
Ron Paul: Love his wanting to stick it to the Federal Reserve. Everything else he says is enough to have him committed. He actually compared China, Russia, Pakistan and India, and, by extension, every nuclear nation, with Iran, pleading for Iran to be allowed to have a nuke. He studiously avoided the facts, like the fact that Iran is actively at war with the world, funding terrorists all over the world, (at the moment Iranian snipers are in Syria killing protesters. Not that they don’t deserve it, I have no sympathy for a single Syrian subject). He might make sense, if he could get every other country to bring their soldiers home, also. Pollyanna, will destroy America.
Rick Santorum: I was raised a Catholic. Went to Catholic school up to the twelfth grade. I don’t want to live in Catholic school. Religious zealot.
Tim Pawlenty: A joke, never wanted the job, obviously doesn’t understand Congressional politics, or wouldn’t have made a fool of himself demanding that one person sticking by their Conservative principles but not getting communists progressives on other side of the aisle to follow can’t be a leader. Claimed to be THE Leader, and drops out after a respectable third place finish, with the second place being “gamed” by Paul with his bused-in college crowds, who never actually vote in elections. If T-Paw, (the most infantile attempt to be hip I have EVER heard), who actually came in second, (Pauls votes just don’t count, not serious), can’t stay in and fight after the FIRST contest, he is NO LEADER, he is a coward, afraid to stand up and fight for what he believes.
Newt Gingrich: Great ideas, but sitting on the couch with San Fran Nan removed him forever from any higher office, at least from the right. Attacking the media for repeating his words is ignorant. Either defend what you say, or apologize and admit mistakes. He went on to defend, but, after whining like a little girl, he looked anything but presidential. He had a good answer, but blew it.
Mitt Romney: obama
Michelle Bachman: courageous fighter, principled, America first outlook. America would benefit from her leadership.
Herman Cain: not a political bone in his body, capitalist at his best. Exactly what America needs going forward against our financial problems. Not egocentric, knows how to seek out information from experts and put it to good use. America would benefit from his leadership.
Jon Huntsman: WHO? He is obama’s candidate, in the race to split the vote at obama’s behest.
All candidates positions listed can be found at, “ontheissues.org”