Debate II

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  • #23759
    Vitalogy
    Participant

    Trump is gasping for air as he lies.

    #23760
    Alfredo_T
    Participant

    I missed the first part of the debate where “sparks were flying” (according to ABC News analysts). I was a bit surprised to hear that CBC radio was carrying this debate; hearing that made me wonder how much Canadians believe that the outcome of this election will impact their country and lives.

    Nonetheless, Trump is the captain of a sinking ship.

    #23762

    I thought it was clever of Trump to assemble four of Clinton’s victims in his press conference, and punk the liberal press again. Maybe some people might take the hint that actual sexual predation (and enabling it) is much worse than crude remarks (not that crude remarks are excusable).

    Clinton opened the door for this stuff and has given the Republicans and Trump permission and an excuse to go dirty as well.

    “Trembling, Broaddrick explained that she is still afraid of Bill Clinton and asserted that she is frightened by the prospect of Hillary Clinton winning the election. She described the alleged rape in vivid detail, providing the most extensive window yet into the singular event that she says left her traumatized until today.

    In one dramatic scene, a sobbing Broaddrick was embraced and consoled by another alleged Clinton sexual assault victim, Kathleen Willey, who was present for the filming.

    Willey tells the crying Broaddrick: “It’s not your fault. Okay. It’s not your fault. It’s not your fault. You didn’t do anything wrong. You didn’t do anything wrong. Okay. Okay?”

    While the news media shifted focus to Trump’s lewd sexual banter caught on a hot mic in 2005, Broaddrick and Willey were in our nation’s capital to discuss how their lives were devastated by their respective experiences with the Clintons. They also emphatically warned about what a Hillary Clinton presidency could mean for women in general–the Clintons’ perceived enemies in particular.”

    http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/10/09/breitbart-news-exclusive-video-interview-bill-clinton-accuser-juanita-broaddrick-breaks-describing-brutal-rapes/

    #23764
    skeptical
    Participant

    Clinton opened the door? LOL! Extra Deluded Bacon, .25 cents.

    The most troubling aspect of the debate was Turnip’s plan to jail his opponent. Shivers went up and down the spine of intellectuals on both sides of the aisle.

    Turnip is nailing himself in his own coffin.

    #23765
    Andy Brown
    Participant

    Sanctimony with a side of bacon.

    #23767
    radiodork
    Spectator
    #23770
    radiodork
    Spectator

    Trump won the debate and destroyed Hillary Clinton.
    Hillary Clinton lied so many times its hard to keep count.
    The best lie of the night from Hillary was:

    The Moderator Questioned her about the latest Wikileak where basically in the e mail Hillary said she has both a public and Personal view on all issues. So the moderators called her out on it and Hillary blamed Abraham Lincoln.

    You can’t make this shit up.She actually said she was quoting a line from the Steven Spielberg movie “Lincoln”. That was her trying to defend the Wikileaks. After she said it, the audience bursted out in laughter because it was such a pathetic/amusing lie.

    Here is the video and Trump calling her out on her bullshit!

    #23773
    Amus
    Participant

    From the very conservative Weekly Standard;

    The Debate’s Biggest Loser Was the GOP

    There is one important sense in which Donald Trump “won” the debate on Sunday night: He did not implode. He wasn’t “good,” or attractive, or knowledgeable. He was coarse and whiny and unpleasant. He lied constantly. And he became the first presidential candidate in the history of our Republic to promise that if elected he would attempt to have his opponent face criminal prosecution. Actually, he went a bit further than that, telling Clinton that if he is president, “You’d be in jail.” Which, by the by, should terrify you and be disqualifying all on its own.

    But Trump didn’t have a psychotic break onstage. And clearing that bar might be enough to keep Mike Pence, Paul Ryan, and Reince Priebus from publicly disavowing his candidacy this week.

    And that, ladies and gentlemen, is what a win looks like for Trump these days.

    The three men with the power to force Trump’s hand are Pence, Ryan, and Priebus. And while none of them are foolish enough to think that Trump has a chance to be president, they may decide after tonight that pushing the self-destruct button on the party’s presidential campaign is too risky; that it’s better to try to ride out the storm.

    The three men with the power to force Trump’s hand are Pence, Ryan, and Priebus. And while none of them are foolish enough to think that Trump has a chance to be president, they may decide after tonight that pushing the self-destruct button on the party’s presidential campaign is too risky; that it’s better to try to ride out the storm.

    Which means that there wasn’t really a “winner” at the debate. Clinton was terrible. Trump was marginally worse. But the big loser was the Republican party. Because the worst-case scenario for November 9 is not that Hillary Clinton wins—again, that cake is baked. It’s that if the party does not cut Trump loose, then Democrats also take over the Senate. And carry the House.

    http://www.weeklystandard.com/the-debates-biggest-loser-was-the-gop/article/2004794

    #23774
    bookemdono
    Participant

    Easy to check that Clinton’s recollection and explanation was accurate.

    http://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/politics-government/national-politics/article107190047.html

    A claim from the second presidential debate and how it stacks up with the facts:

    HILLARY CLINTON, in response to a question about her saying that politicians need to have “both a public and a private position” in a 2013 paid speech, said, “As I recall, that was something I said about Abraham Lincoln after having seen the wonderful Steven Spielberg movie called Lincoln. It was a master class watching President Lincoln get the Congress to approve the 13th Amendment.”

    DONALD TRUMP replied, “She lied. Now she’s blaming the lie on the late, great Abraham Lincoln.”

    THE FACTS: Clinton’s recollection is correct.

    #23775
    bookemdono
    Participant
    #23776
    edselehr
    Participant

    Hey Dork, thanks for admitting that Trump is a rapist. Good info to have.

    #23777
    Amus
    Participant

    Looks like Paul Ryan finally grew a pair but still needs to attach them.

    He will no longer defend nor campaign with Trump, but has yet to pull his endorsement.

    In other news, Clinton (nationally) now leads Trump by double digits.
    Getting very close to where the House is in play.

    Time to pack the Supreme Court with “baby killers”.

    #23780

    How come at presidential debates the Republican candidate has to debate not only his opponent, but also the liberal moderators? It would be nice to have a debate without moderators, or allow Republicans to have a say in who is chosen. If one has to be Lester Holt, the other should be Sean Hannity. I’d like to see a level playing field.

    #23781
    jr_tech
    Participant

    And yet, you argue all the time that this board should be heavily moderated… curious.

    #23784
    radiodork
    Spectator

    Hillary blaming her two faced bullshit on an Abram Lincoln movie is the biggest farce ever. Even some of the morning shows today were making fun of her. Nobody believes her bullshit, Period. The problem with Hillary is that she is a poor liar. #blame it on Lincoln.

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