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Monday, September 12, 2011

Perry wins the debate in Florida

Republican  Presidential Candidates debate tonite on CNN 
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All the eight Republicans participated - Perry, Bachmann, Romney, Paul, Gingrich, Cain, Santorum, Huntsman. 

However Bachman, Gingrich, Santorum and Cain are a waste of time, but subtly boosting Perry or Romney. Bachman certainly lifts Romney, Gingrich lifts Perry.
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Tea party activists booed on Ron Paul about War issues and Afghanistan. They booed Perry on inoculation to the teens to presumably protect from potential cervix cancer.

Poor singing of National Anthem by Diana Nagy. It was embarrassing. Listen to this one we played at Unity day yesterday by Beyonce’. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=fvwp&NR=1&v=OhrrGu2rcZ4

Moderator assured “fair share” of questions. Either Bachman, Gingrich, Santorum, Cain were a waste of time and it was fair not to give them the time or he was not fair.
The debate was really between Perry on one side, Romney, Huntsman on the other, while the others were useful.
Social Security – Somehow criticism did not stick to Perry, even though he was in a defensive position, he played offensive.
Inoculation to teens – Perry stuck with the guns of being pro-lifer first. Bachman hit him hard. Perry, “I am offended that you criticize for $5ooo contribution against 30 millions?” Bachman said “she was offended for the girl not having a choice”. She got a lot of applause. Santorum hits Perry hard on the same note. The tea partiers did not give the claps to Perry, even though he spoke the plain Bubba language. His winning moment was when he said it was wrong for him to pass the executive order instead of going through the legislature. Wasn’t Bush made the same way? Shove it down the throat? Somehow Perry made it through. If he has more mistakes like that, it may be a major issue.

Gingrich was useful to Perry, but he was dishonest about GE not paying taxes… that was because of Bush tax breaks dummy. Don’t blame Obama for that… sorry to say this, there is a shortage of intelligence among Tea Party members. Check the www.MediaMatters.org, they do the fact check immediately.

Bachman – Obama stole from Medicare – stupid as always. Make some sense lady.
Perry – different tone today on Social Security – look in the face, look in the eye..
no one has the courage to say it like it is.

Romney – Perry said ss is ponzi – after 70 years of relying…

Perry was scaring seniors – did the damage
Romney – got right back – it was ponzi that scared
Huntsman – these two are frightening… instead of finding solutions

Newt – made great points – liked his plan but not rhetoric, safe for senior, let the young manage their own

Perry came out as a straight shooter, he won points when he said he was wrong about the vaccines to the teen girls – he should have gone to legislature. But will use the executive order to wipe out Obama care which got him thunderous applause.
Perry said he is pro-life at least thrice. I have watched the dummy Wolfe Blitzer in the past and have written about how he fails to ask the follow up question. Why did he not ask about the state killing the people? What about the death penalty? Of course, it would have given Perry a few more points. Nothing sticks to that son of a Gun.

Perry is crisp with short answers but has a lot of appeal in his tone.
Most of this was tweeted and posted on face book.

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