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Debate Review – Prime Time


I came away from this debate worried for this nation. I saw the corruption within the Republican Party and was worried even more then before for this nation. Now you have to understand. I now consider myself unaffiliated from any party even though I grew up and spent most of my life as a Republican. You must also understand that I will never vote for the Democratic Party since they have officially rejected God and have members in power that admit to lying and truly do not care for anyone in this nation because they wish to subjugate all within a socialist type government.
But back on topic: The Debate.
Why do I say I saw the corruption within the Republican Party? Last night due to Fox’s own polling they rigged it so Rick Perry would not be in the top ten, but instead Chris Christie would be. He was planted there as an attack dog against Rand Paul. Why? Because Mr. Paul has openly stated he will reduce the federal government. This has proven throughout the decades to be something that both parties do not wish to do. Christie should not have been on that stage, but no other candidate would attack Paul has he did several times. It is obvious that Christie will not make it to the nomination which is why he was chosen to discredit Paul as best he could.
Paul saw the writing on the wall and so interrupted when he could to make sure he would get heard. In total Rand Paul was asked four questions and only one was of any true substance the rest were aimed at tearing him down further, he was also never given any follow-up questions as most others were, but instead the moderators went to Christie to attack him instead.
Donald Trump has proven why he is running as a Republican, he isn’t one. He is a plant for the Democratic Party meant to split votes allowing the Democratic Party to win, for odds are in favor at this time that he will run against whomever the real candidate for the RNC turns out to be.
Jeb Bush is a weak candidate and it showed fully well last night. He is not his father or his brother and it showed that it was his name that got him elected governor. His high point was his defense of his stance of Common Core which he actually flip flopped on during this very debate.
Scott Walker – was he even there? Oh yea he was, but made no true impact.
Ben Carson showed his intelligence and his humor. He was one of two others on the stage that support a type of flat tax, the others being Paul and Huckabee, but I still see him as a good Vice-President.
Ted Cruz again proved himself to be charismatic and well spoken, but to me he is still too far to the right.
Mike Huckabee did well and got his points across well and his idea of a nation sales tax instead of a flat income tax outright an interesting idea, but he like most upon the stage show no signs of truly reducing the size of the federal government.
Marco Rubio presented himself well, but being married into the Bush family and wished to have a two tiered tax system and does not wish to reduce the federal government leaves me cold to his warmness.
John Kasich was the darling of the moderators. He got the most questions, his responses were as empty of content as Trump’s were. His response when asked about God left me knowing that he is a paper Christian and so I will not support him in any way shape or form.
Of the five that were asked about God only Dr. Carson came out on top with Cruz a very close second. Walker and Rubio answered very well also, but as I just stated above Mr. Kasich showed me that he just lips the words to get votes. I wish they would have asked the question to all ten.
The questions asked in this debate were much better than in the first one, but appears they were given to people upon how they scored in the polls or that they were the governor of the state that hosted the debate. Again I was disappointed in the overall presentation given by Fox News.

Who are these people??


What is to follow is a list of names. Names ALL should know if they are a citizen of the United States of America. For by knowing you understand their importance, why they are important, and why the United States is important.

Robert Oppenheimer
Christopher Jones
Captain Meriwether Lewis
Albert Einstein
Martin Luther
Amelia Earhart
Isoroku Yamamoto
Dwight D. Eisenhower
King James I
Harry S. Truman
Thomas Jefferson
Captain William Clark
Sam Houston
Christopher Columbus
William Seward
George A. Custer
Annie Oakley
Theodore Roosevelt
Abraham Lincoln
William Penn
William Bradford
Sitting Bull
Paul Revere
Ulysses S. Grant
Helen Keller

1) known as the father of the atom bomb; 2) Captain and Governor of the 1620 voyage of the Pilgrim ship Mayflower; 3) command of the expedition to explore lands of the Louisiana Purchase; 4) scientist who made the theory of relativity; 5) founded of the Lutheran Church and author of The Ninety-Five Theses; 6) first female aviator to fly solo nonstop across the Atlantic; 7) command of the fleet which attacked Pearl Harbor; 8) Command of the D-Day invasion and 34th president of the United States; 9) The King who formed the commission to write a Bible that all could read; 10) 33rd president of the United States of America and ordered the use of the A-bomb two times upon Japan to bring about the end of World War II; 11) 3rd president of the United States he oversaw acquisition of the Louisiana Purchase from France; 12) 2nd in command of the expedition to explore the lands of the Louisiana Purchase; 13) General of the Texas Army as well as the 1st and 3rd president of Texas; 14) first noted discoverer of the Americas; 15) arranged the purchase of Alaska from the Russians; 16) noted Civil War hero and died in a massacre at the Little Big Horn; 17) sharpshooter who was featured in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show; 18) 26th president of the United States; 19) 16th president of the United States and signer of the Emancipation Proclamation which abolished slavery; 20) Quaker and author of governing laws for the colony of Pennsylvania, which were later used in the making of the constitution of the United States of America; 21) a signatory to the Mayflower Compact and served as Plymouth Colony Governor five times; 22) leader of the Great Sioux War of 1876; 23) most famous for alerting the Colonial militia to the approach of British forces before the battles of Lexington and Concord which started the Revolutionary War; 24) 18th president of the United States and led the Union Armies to victory over the Confederacy in the American Civil War; 25) Blind and deaf educator and author who overcame disabilities to help others who were blind and deaf as well.