Days of Change

But I’m Still Sick From the Last Debate | October 27, 2015

We’re actually just a few months away from the Iowa caucus and the more important New Hampshire primary. Winning both puts one in good shape for getting the nomination. Right now, Ben Carson has a good chance of winning Iowa while Trump is likely to win New Hampshire. Trump’s current advantage is that he doesn’t have the baggage of a candidate who “goes negative” on his own party because he’s a negative person in general. Everyone who supports him is great, everyone who doesn’t is a “loser.”

Since the last debate, Carly Fiorina has gone from standout to also-ran. In fact, any gain she had seems to have been completely absorbed by Carson. Most of the professional politicians are in the low to mid single digits. Tomorrow’s debate will do little to change the lineup. I think the only thing that’s left is for someone like Jeb Bush to go hard on Trump, kind of like he did this weekend. It’s not good governance, but it seems to be good campaigning to say the other guy is a stupid clown and that if you don’t vote for me, you’re a clown, too. At fourth place, he has nothing much to lose.


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  1. Pundits have hitched their establishment wagon to one-ish term Senator Marco Rubio. He has about as much political experience as Barack Obama, but more than Trump or Carson. I’m not a Jeb supporter, but he needs to take a stand and I really don’t like Trump personally.

    Comment by 1539days — October 27, 2015 @ 9:56 pm

  2. Someone better stop the Dems before they finishing turning the greatest country the world has ever seen into Mecca West. Hillary will continue with obama’s Islamization of America–a clear sign that liberalism is a psychosis.

    So far, Trump is the only one even coming close to the issue.

    Comment by Mary — October 27, 2015 @ 10:27 pm

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