15 years ago
Anonymous

Did anyone watch the Republican Debate today?!?

I missed the last part on immigration...what was Guiliani saying about it? I got the part where he said that illegals should have ID's and showing some kind of proof of who they are, but what else did he say? I tivo'd it and it cut off right in the middle of what he was talking about!! plus, tell me ur opinions on what you thought about the debate tonight...
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15 years ago
Anonymous
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The Debate was well organized.. If FoxNews is biased then they were not holding back hard questions to Republicans. They were asked some tough questions. So when are the Democrats going on FoxNews?
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15 years ago
Anonymous
I was particularly impressed with the way Ron Paul not only declared that he wants to get rid of the Departments of Education, Energy, and Homeland inSecurity, but also with how he embarrassed Police State Rudy by showing how ignorant Rudy is of the causes of 9/11. Ron Paul has actually challenged Giuliani to a foreign policy debate (which I doubt Mobster boy Rudy will accept). He also showed Hannity to have no common courtesy. The true Conservative appears to have won a second debate easily. First they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they fight you, then you win. The leftist Neo-Cons that have taken over the GOP are already fighting Ron Paul, hoping to stop him. About a week or so ago, they were contemplating switching to the Democrats and voting for Hillary or Obama. Our next president needs to be somebody who believes in limited government, personal responsibilty, and avoiding entangling alliances. The last thing we need is another president who doubles the size of the Department of Education, passes anti-Capitalist drivel (such as Sarbanes-Oxley), expands entitlements (Medicare Part D) and starts a Woodrow Wilsonesque perpetual war for perpetual peace. Fortunately, we have a choice for president and we can elect a 10-term Congressman who has never flip-flopped. We can elect a 10-term Congressman who intends to get rid of the IRS and Federal Reserve without replacing the revenue (by cutting government spending), end the unwanted and unpopular War, stop the North American Union (which has been backed by the president, as well as the governments of Canada and Mexico), and work to strengthen national defense instead of weakening it (he definitely won't send the entire National Guard off to a war on the other side of the world or arrest and jail Border Patrol agents for doing their job).
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15 years ago
Kevin J Davis
The debate just set in stone my vote for Ron Paul in '08 http://www.ronpaul2008.com All the other candidates gave cookie cutter answers P.C. corporate answers. Dr. Paul was the only one that stood on the constitution
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15 years ago
Anonymous
i let one of my (why do i even have friends?) liberal friends convince me it was not tonight. i missed it !! boy, do i ever need to get rid of that one..........
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15 years ago
Anonymous
NO!! WHO WANTS TO LISTEN TO LIES?
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