Sure took ‘em long enough. Instead of trading jabs at each other during Thursday night’s debate, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio finally mixed it up with everybody’s favorite “R” prez wannabe Donald The Mouth. Aka: Little Bunny Foo-Foo.
Here’s a round-up of some of the best punches of the night: GOP Debate: Rubio, Cruz Finally Fight.
With Super Tuesday coming up next week, Thursday’s debate in Houston may be a case of too little, too late. But The Mouth was on the ropes. The megalomaniac wind bag was exposed as – wait for it – a megalomaniac wind bag. A guy who’s long on bluster. Swift on shrill. But seriously short in the Real Solutions department. (No, the Trumpster isn’t a “pragmatist.” He’s a narcissistic used car salesman. Only with more dough. His own plane. A fake university. And four bankruptcies. [Short list.])
Yea, verily, the number of Republicans or self-described “Conservatarians” and their ilk who’re sloshing down Kool Aid de Cuckoo is enough to make your apprentice spin. It’s like the Pied Piper of Hamelin with worse hair.
Even so, it doesn’t take a PhD to come up with a winning strategy here. In fact, your average 7th grader can figure it out. Here’s how to beat Little Bunny:
Expose Donald Trump as Donald Trump.
Still with me? Good. Plenty of cannon fodder there. But in case you’re in short supply, here’s Starter Kit #1. If that doesn’t get your engine running, try Starter Kit #2. If you need more, try this on for size: Chris Christie.
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Yea, verily again. I’m with Nate Jackson of The Patriot Post:
We certainly hope it’s not too late for voters to realize that Trump is not the answer. He’s nothing but insanely idiotic bluster, repeated over and over and over again, ad nauseum. We’ve endured eight months of it. Can you imagine four or eight years? To re-employ one of his phrases, that is not going to make America great again, believe us.
Folks, if you’re looking for a consistent conservative in this race, there’s really only one. If you want a steady grown-up with a proven track record instead of a mercurial flim-flammer, there’s only one. If you’re looking for a candidate who’s spent most of his adult life defending the Constitution – remember that quaint little document never mentioned by Sir Foo Foo? – there’s still only one.
He’d also make one heckuva U.S. Supreme Court Justice.
And he ain’t from New York.