Republican (GOP) Debate …. “September 16, 2015 … Primetime”!!


~~September 17, 2015~~ 




The 2016 Republican presidential debates occurred among candidates for the Republican Party’s presidential nomination for the national election of 2016.

Over three hours on the debate stage Wednesday night, September 16, the 11 presidential candidates in Wednesday night’s primetime Republican debate bickered with one another and talked over each other.

The real standout moments came when the candidates attempted to rise above the fray. In most cases, that meant attempting to show an even temperament in a tiff with front runner Donald Trump.


And … if you didn’t know …

The second debate took place at (and was co-sponsored by) the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, which previously hosted two of the Republican debates in 2008 – the first and penultimate ones. This 2015 debate was aired on CNN, and simulcast (simultaneously broadcast) on the Salem Radio Network. Similar to the Fox News-sponsored debate in Cleveland, but with slightly different ranking-criteria, the debate was split into primetime and pre-primetime groups based on averaged polling numbers. Former governor Jim Gilmore did not qualify for the debate.

The primetime debate was originally planned to include the candidates ranking in the top ten, as measured by nationwide polling performed by specific firms, averaged across polls that are released between July 16 and September 10; the rules were later changed to allow candidates placing in the top ten in polls from August 7 through September 10 to qualify as well.

This change was made due to an unexpected scarcity of polls taken after the August 6 debate, which would otherwise have been particularly disadvantageous to Carly Fiorina, who had significantly increased her support in polls taken after that debate but who would otherwise have been kept out of the primetime debate due to her minimal support in the large number of polls taken before the August 6 debate.

Eleven candidates were at the prime time debate.

“As it appears in … full read/full credit”,_2016


We all know this.

I watched the whole “program’ …. the main reason for this post is to include the graphic above.

I have no adequate words to describe what happened there. I will let the professional do their job and do that for you.

I can see Secretary Hillary Clinton, President Barack Obama and Senator Bernie Sanders cracking up and laughing in stitches.



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We ALL are ONE!! 


This is a good question …. “Who will it be?”


~~April 20, 2015~~ 

The cycle has barely begun … as far as I know there’s only one candidate for the Democratic Party.

As of now … I’ve lost count of the ones who have already expressed their intention to run for the upcoming position in the GOP.

All intended in good fun.

Sorry … I can’t help myself. I have to share this graphic! HortyRex©


Evolving list of candidates associated with the 2016 Republican Party presidential primaries for the 2016 United States presidential election

~Republican Party presidential candidates, 2016~

Ted Cruz

U.S. Senator from Texas since 2013; Solicitor General of Texas 2003–2008

Rand Paul

U.S. Senator from Kentucky since 2011

Marco Rubio

U.S. Senator from Florida since 2011

Ben Carson

Author and retired Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital

Mike Huckabee

Governor of Arkansas 1996–2007


~~Formally exploring a candidacy~~

Jeb Bush

Governor of Florida 1999–2007

Chris Christie

Governor of New Jersey since 2010

Carly Fiorina

Former business executive and nominee for the U.S. Senate from California in 2010

Lindsey Graham

U.S. Senator from South Carolina since 2003

Bobby Jindal

Governor of Louisiana since 2008

John Kasich

Governor of Ohio since 2011

Dennis M. Lynch

Businessman, documentary film maker and conservative commentator from New York

George Pataki

Governor of New York 1995–2006

Rick Perry

Governor of Texas 2000–2015

Rick Santorum

U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania 1995–2007

Donald Trump

Business magnate and television personality from New York

Scott Walker

Governor of Wisconsin since 2011


“As it appears in …. full read”,_2016



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We ALL are ONE!!