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September 17th, 2015

Who Won, Lost CNN 2nd GOP Debate in 2015?

Who won or lost the 5-hour long, 2nd GOP debate in 2015 on CNN last night? The biggest loser was host/moderator Jake Tapper. He was simply dreadful. The producers of the CNN debate also get a big ′L′ for their foreheads due to the format. Seriously, it was lopsided with only 4 candidates on the afternoon debate followed by 11 candidates for the main event. Yet, time-wise, the ′Funky-Four′ got to split up nearly 2 hours of face time. Seeing as how CNN bent their own rules to allow Carly Fiorina on the evening debate, they should have bumped at least two or three from prime-time to drive-time. While many of the professional pundits are claiming Lindsey Graham won the ′Kiddie′ debate, I think Bobby Jindal won that one, hands-down! He was ′high-energy′ and far more passionate about going after Planned Parenthood than Carly was during her ′big moment′. As predicted, Donald Trump was attacked during both debates by nearly everyone. But Trump came through just fine with both the Time Magazine and Drudge polls giving him the win.

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September 16th, 2015

Donald Trump Faces Debate Gauntlet

Expectations are running high tonight as Donald J. Trump faces a gauntlet of attacks at the 2016 GOP debate on CNN. The prime-time event begins at 8pm EDT, preceded by the ′Kiddie Debate′ at 6pm. Eleven Republican Party candidates will square off this evening, with only four debating during the cocktail hour. Everyone expects the 3 moderators and ten other candidates to assault Donald J. Trump, who has been leading the GOP presidential polls for the past 65 days. This debate will be the last one for 2015 before the real voting starts. For many candidates, tonight is ′do-or-die′. After Rick Perry suspended his campaign last week, several others face the chopping block. Their only hope is to somehow take Trump down a notch. But can they?

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August 31st, 2015

Memo to CNN – Let Carly Fiorina Debate!

Republican presidential candidate, Carly Fiorina, is upset with CNN. The second 2016 GOP debate is coming up soon and CNN appears to be delegating Carly once again to the ′kiddie table′ as Fox News had. Both cable news networks had decided to determine which of the 17 Republican candidates would make it on to the prime time stage based on national polling data. The latest average from Real Clear Politics shows Carly has moved up the pack into 7th place. Chris Christie has dropped to 11th place, earning him a seat with the losers. However, as things stand now, Christie will join the prime time debate because CNN is using an average which includes polling data from earlier this year. This freezes out Fiorina, who is currently slated to be on the debate at 6pm EDT, not at 9pm with ′the adults′.

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August 14th, 2015

Al Gore Considers 2016 White House Run

You know Democrats are getting desperate when they start talking about dusting off Al Gore to run for president in 2016. The guy who claims to have invented the Internet, and won a Noble Peace Prize for predicting that New York City would be under water due to global warming by now is back in the news. As the FBI probe into the Hillary Clinton email scandal is underway, the DNC is getting nervous about their front-running candidate for the White House. Just based on what we currently know, it does appear that at the very least, Hillary Clinton, while serving as Secretary of State, violated at least one provision of Title 18 of the U.S. Code, Part I, Chapter 93, Section 1924 pertaining to the mishandling of classified material.

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August 7th, 2015

Fox News Tries to Trip the Trump at 1st GOP Debate for 2016

Roger Ailes and the Republican Party establishment did their best last night to derail the Donald Trump express, but to no avail. All three Fox News Channel co-hosts for the 1st GOP debate – Bret Baier, Chris ′Meatloaf Jr.′ Wallace and Megyn ′Martha Washington′ Kelly, all took cheap shots at Trump. But The Donald came through and several sources, including the Drudge Report, handed Trump the victor′s crown. Nice try, lightweights! Go earn $10 Billion dollars and try again. The other 9 candidates on the prime-time stage were rather boring, mostly just repeating their usual talking points. Rand Paul probably had the best line of the night when he told Chris Christie to go hug Barack Obama again. Ben Carson was okay but largely ignored by the Fox News moderators. Scott Walker and Ted Cruz also did reasonably well. But Donald Trump was the main target for the Establishment and they went after him with a vengance.

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October 25th, 2012

Gender Gap Gone, Romnesia or Obamaroids?

The latest polling data shows that the gender gap between women supporting Barack Obama and Mitt Romney is all but gone. Months and hundreds of millions of dollars worth of attack ads against Romney, attempting to paint him as a mean, rich man out to deny women abortions and contraceptives are now all for naught. His debate performances have been enough to persuade women voters that Mitt Romney is a nice guy who cares about them. So have voters developed Romnesia, coined by Obama referring to Mitt′s many policy position changes? Or is America suffering from Obamaroids, coined by the Great One, Mark Levin, referring to the pain in the butt Obama has been to our nation for the last 4 years?

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October 23rd, 2012

Who Won The Last Presidential Debate? (Full Video)

So who won the third and final presidential debate last night at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida? Mitt Romney certainly edged out Barack Obama during the 90-minute battle over foreign policy. Obama got no real help from Bob Schieffer, the moderator, unlike in earlier debates. He attacked Romney as not being ready to be Commander in Chief several times, but the arguments did not score. Romney achieved what he needed to do. First, to end any propaganda about him being a war monger, ready to bomb Iran on Day One of his administration. Mitt skillfully disarmed Obama twice, beginning with Romney′s best line of the night, ″We cannot kill our way out of this mess.″ This nullified Obama′s spiking the ball about killing Osama bin Laden and other Al Qaeda leaders. Romney also parried well accusing Obama of using personal attacks to cover his lack of an agenda for the next four years. Now we shall see how this impacts the upcoming presidential polls for the remaining two weeks.

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October 23rd, 2012

Who Won the Foreign Policy Debate – Romney or Obama? Odds for the Presidential Election

As many people witnessed, last night a foreign policy debate was conducted between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. Who won this debate, if anyone? Let’s look at the numbers from the debate and from this morning; then, we’ll try to figure out what these numbers can tell us about the election, which is now only 2 weeks away.

As always, we’ll show the numbers from right before the debate, right after the debate, and from this morning. The results show a lot about what bettors are thinking.

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