First of all why in the Hell are we not talking about the ECONOMY more? Can then moderators stop trying to start fights between the candidates and start focusing more on the key issue facing the nation please?
Second, all I hear today is that Mitt Romney won, and that he sounded presidential. Please! He sounds like a politician, as in programmed. Nothing against Romney, I will gladly support him against President Zero, but have we not yet learned that “sounding presidential” matters little when it comes to being presidential?
Why is Ron Paul wasting our time? I mean besides to feed his overactive ego and to take time from candidates who actually might win the nomination? Get out Paul, please!
Why is John Huntsman there? To remind us what an arrogant ass looks and sounds like? Sorry, but this guy is a joke. Expect his next gig, after he stops pretending to run for president that is, to be an analyst on MSNBS or maybe CNN. He will be the token useful Idiot Republican who curries the favor of the Liberal media by running down the GOP as a bunch of yahoos.
Rick Perry, buddy, come on! You should be cleaning Mitt’s clock, step it up!
Michele Bachmann? Or is that Mike Huckaphoney in a dress, what a disappointment you are! You are acting like a spiteful politician with a personal axe to grind.
Newt Gingrich I love your answers, I do. I just wish you had character, and a chance in Hell at winning. But alas.
Herman Cain. That a man of his qualities has little chance to win is a tragic commentary on our political system.I hope the eventual nominee taps Cain for a cabinet position.
Rick Santorum? Why does he set off my douchebag meter? Is it his weasel like face? I cannot find fault with most of his answers or positions, but I just find something incredibly irritating about him. Perhaps he comes across as a bit too much of a Social Conservative, and that tends to aggravate my Libertarian side.
Another thing that bugs me is that Karl Rove is on Fox every what, five minutes sharing his “expertise”. Enough already.
Finally, he thing bugging me the most is that these debates are more about attacking the front-runner, or each others books than they are about allowing the candidates to share their plans for addressing the key issues. Ah, yes, that is what I am missing, substance! I loathe talking points, I want depth, substance, I want details about what these candidates will do about the issues facing America.