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GOP Aims to Ease Bloodshed in 2016 Primary Debates

Gazinya Wrote: Feb 05, 2013 6:22 PM
Thanks for all the words, Mr. York. But the bottom line is a big fat....."DUH!!!!". Do I not remember people screaming their heads off when the debates were announced? Yes I do. Do I remember people wondering outloud why the 'best and brightest' were using Lucifarians to ask our candidates questions? Oh yea, I remember. And what was the response for the RNC? 'Well, these are good people and will ask good questions.' AAAUUUURRRRGGGGHHHHH!!!! Does anybody remember just a couple of week ago the 'Squeaker of the House' saying 'if I had it to do over, I'd do it different'? I now hear that the 'Rove' is looking to do something different. They want to get rid of the conservatives. That would leave who, Mr. York, running the show?
SMyles Wrote: Feb 05, 2013 6:28 PM
If the last circus of establishment hacks was our best and brightest throw in the towel.

"While we were playing footsie debating each other 22 times, they were spending $100 million on technology," Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus said last week, referring to his party's rigorous debate schedule in the 2012 GOP presidential primary season. The last campaign, many Republican insiders said during a recent RNC meeting, had too many debates, the result of which was a GOP arguing with itself while Democrats prepared the way for Barack Obama's victory.

There's no doubt the Republican debates produced many damaging moments for the party. There was Mitt Romney's $10,000 bet offer, which helped cement his image as...