CNN Republican Debate
October 19, 2011 by staff
CNN Republican Debate, The “Western Republican presidential debate” televised by CNN, began with an introduction largely produced they made sure he knew that the debate took place in Las Vegas. A gritty voice narrator ran the current odds for the candidates, their pictures placed on the cards lay on green felt. The poker game in which “there is much at stake!” If Herman Cain, Michele Bachmann and Ron Paul are “wild”! Wayne Newton was in the audience!
Moderator Anderson Cooper was, in this scenario, the dealer representing the house, the Venice Casino. Yes they had their hands full. Mitt Romney and Rick Perry were at loggerheads, Herman Cain was condescended to most of the panels (“I’l coup plans with you, brother,” Perry told Cain – ick), Newt Gingrich, it seemed he was telling the letters, Michele Bachmann was all in on a free attack against President Obama and Ron Paul and Rick Santorum spent most of her time folding.
Leaving the game metaphor, Perry had a bad night. He was booed when he persisted in the education of an old story about Romney hired illegal aliens to work on your property, “was hired illegal immigrants, [which is] the height of hypocrisy.” He was booed again when Cooper asked him a question and he chose instead to respond to something you said Cain, Cooper sneerily saying, “You get to ask questions, I have to answer to [sic] want.”
“It’s been a tough couple of Rick discussions,” said Romney. And this is supposed to be a difficult debate for Cain, who is climbing to the top of a series of surveys and the media had predicted that the executive of the pizza would be the main objective. Wrong again, the media.
Bachmann made for TV good by providing crazy rhetoric. She told me to build a “double wall near [sic] the entire border.”
She said: “I’m going to say you have a problem of illegal immigrants: President Obama. It is his uncle and aunt, who are illegal aliens.”
She said: “I’m Michele Bachmann and this is one night that I hope that what happens in Vegas does not stay in Las Vegas.” Seven Oceans, baby! Where was Clooney?
Gingrich came out stronger in excoriating the concept of so-called “super-committee” and cut defense spending. referring to “historically illiterate politicians from both parties … stupid suicide,” but added: “I am a hawk, but I am a hawk cheap.” It is also a scolding, primly chide his opponents to “maximize the disputes.” What is another term for the “Vegas televised debate.”
Increasingly, Romney is starting to look like a brunette version of Stephen Collins 7th Heaven, with a broad smile and the attitude of a minister, smiling. This position helped him a couple of times, which sounds like a voice of reason. At one point, Santorum began to lose his train of thought in his accusation of Romney as the architect of “Obamacare.” When Romney stopped dithering to respond Santorum, Santorum began to whimper, “You’re out of time, you’re out of time!”
Too much time was taken by CNN this nonsense of people in the audience, on Twitter and Facebook, the same questions that the moderator and Cooper could have asked for more quickly and concisely. This social networking democracy was “out of time.”
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