Thank you for following us at #SpectacleDebate for the GOP Undercard Debate. Here is my post-mortem of this debate.
George Pataki – He gave a great argument as to why Kim Davis should have been fired, but in so doing will lose the 1% of support he has in polls.
Rick Santorum – He gave an impassioned defense for raising the minimum wage and by extension the American worker. It does make him stand out, but I doubt it will resonate with most Republicans. But then again Santorum doesn’t give up easily.
Bobby Jindal – He got into it with Santorum over immigration and Graham over the Senate’s Iran vote. But for the most part he stuck with his stump speech. I don’t think he got much out of this debate.
Lindsey Graham – After being barely awake in last month’s Fox debate, Graham was full of fire and brimstone. He was combative and confrontational yet engaging and funny. But he has never been a favorite of conservatives. He won’t be the GOP nominee. But with his strong emphasis on destroying radical Islam, he did make a compelling case for a Republican President to appoint him as Secretary of Defense.
The main debate starts very soon. I’ll be back with a post-mortem on that later this evening.
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