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Democrats’ Debate: Questions Not Asked

 
 
Reply Sat 23 Jan, 2016 05:00 pm
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Where is the criticism of Obama for the plight of the black middle class? Even left-wing PBS’ Tavis Smiley recently said, “On every leading economic issue … black Americans have lost ground.”

Not asked: Will any of you utter the words “radical Islam”?

Not asked: Secretary Clinton, if George W. Bush’s getting rid of Saddam Hussein was a mistake, why did you join with the French and British in getting rid of Libya’s Moammar Gadhafi?

Not asked: Secretary Clinton, if ridding Saddam was a mistake, why throw Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak under the bus — and attempt the same with Syria’s Bashar Assad?

Not asked: If Obama’s Iraq pullout was not a mistake, why did Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, Robert Gates and the Joint Chiefs chairman want a stay-behind force?

Not asked: On guns, how many Americans use guns every year to save their lives and the lives of their families? What’s the number? Does it matter? Is it relevant?

NBC claims the Democratic candidates have “big differences.” Really? This was a pillow fight.

Clinton: Let’s “build on” Obamacare.

Sanders: Health care “for all.”

Same difference, slightly different pace.

Not asked: If Obamacare is so wonderful, why does it remain so unpopular with Americans?

Not asked: What’s the difference between “universal health care” and “single-payer”?

Not asked: In 1993, Harry Reid urged Trump-like asylum restrictions, visa fraud punishment, border security, ending birthright citizenship. Was he a bigot?

Not asked: The GOP’s diverse slate of candidates looks like the U.N., while the Democrats’ slate is as white as an Idaho picket fence. If Republicans are the party of exclusion and racial intolerance, why not a single Democrat of color for president?

Not asked: Secretary Clinton, alleged rape survivor Juanita Broaddrick says after her rape by Bill Clinton, you verbally intimidated her. Did you?

Not asked: Bill Clinton said his North Korea deal would “freeze and then dismantle” its nuclear program. Will Obama’s Iran deal turn out better?

Not asked: Democratic icon John F. Kennedy advocated tax cuts, by percentage, far steeper than those of George W. Bush. Was Kennedy wrong?

Democrats supposedly “believe in science.” As in 2 + 2 = we can tax just “the rich” and raise all the money needed for old and new programs.

Not asked: The National Taxpayers Union says Obama’s latest State of the Union proposals would cost $17 billion per year. Who pays?

Never mentioned: San Bernardino terror attack; Paris attacks; Mali attacks; Chattanooga terror attacks; terror attack on Philly cop.

Phrases not uttered: “national debt”; “entitlement reform”; “FBI probe of Clinton Foundation donations and influence.”

Words not uttered: Benghazi; email; stand down.

What we learned from the debate: Democrats have convinced half the country that there’s a free lunch and the Republicans are stopping them from eating it. And “millionaires” and “billionaires” are the new “n” word.

Who won the debate? Obama. Polls find almost two-thirds of Americans believe the country is on the “wrong track,” and the majority of Americans decisively disapprove of the president’s job performance economically, in foreign policy and his health-care law. But there was no real criticism of the president.


Apparently these things do not bother or concern the Democrats. Or they are above the problems 8 years of Democrats have created.

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coldjoint
 
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Reply Sat 23 Jan, 2016 08:35 pm
I guess none of the serious mistakes Killary has made, Obamas poor preformance, and the outright idiotic denial of Islamic terrorism is not worth discussing because it can't be defended by the army of sycophants, which includes the media.

Fact is, the only person that asks these questions is largely on ignore. So to any thinking people out there reading this, take a look. Take a look of some of the bullshit that passes for any serious debate on any of the mentioned. Don't take my word for it, look around.
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maxdancona
 
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Reply Sat 23 Jan, 2016 08:49 pm
@coldjoint,
I think you are seeing the difference between the Democratic debate and the Republican debate. The Republican debate features personal attacks and simplistic bombast.

The Democratic debate focused on in-depth discussion of important policy decisions.

As a Democratic voter, I can assure you that Democratic voters are quite happy with how the Democratic debates have gone... and quite bemused by the Republican free-for-alls.

I don't know of any Democratic voter who wishes our debates were more like the Republican debates.



coldjoint
 
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Reply Sat 23 Jan, 2016 08:56 pm
@maxdancona,
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The Democratic debate focused on in-depth discussion of important policy decisions.


The ones that don't involve national security or highlight their failed policies..
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coldjoint
 
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Reply Sat 23 Jan, 2016 09:03 pm
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Leading members of Congress are ripping IRS officials for erasing a computer hard drive after a federal judge ordered it to be preserved.


Did they talk about that policy decision?
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coldjoint
 
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Reply Sat 23 Jan, 2016 09:08 pm
I see a spam tag has been attached. I see that terror and the economy are going to be handled or not handled with all the ideas coming from one side.

I have never seen so many stupid people who are just plain afraid of the facts in these matters. Losers.
maxdancona
 
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Reply Sat 23 Jan, 2016 09:10 pm
@coldjoint,
This is another thread that is going to be fun to read on November 9th.
coldjoint
 
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Reply Sat 23 Jan, 2016 09:15 pm
@maxdancona,
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This is another thread that is going to be fun to read on November 9th.


It sure will. Cruz and Trump have inspired people who haven't voted out of disgust for big government. They will not be voting Democratic, and they will be voting. It won't even be close enough for the Dems to steal, like 2012.

oralloy
 
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Reply Sun 24 Jan, 2016 12:10 pm
@maxdancona,
maxdancona wrote:
This is another thread that is going to be fun to read on November 9th.

After the way Mr. Obama wrecked his entire second term by doing nothing but throw tantrums about the NRA, the only thing the Democrats need to decide this election is which of their candidates will compose the most eloquent concession speech when they lose.
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oralloy
 
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Reply Sun 24 Jan, 2016 12:11 pm
@coldjoint,
coldjoint wrote:
Cruz and Trump have inspired people who haven't voted out of disgust for big government. They will not be voting Democratic, and they will be voting. It won't even be close enough for the Dems to steal, like 2012.

Don't count Rubio out yet. Third in Iowa could consolidate the establishment behind him and win him the nomination.
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puzzledperson
 
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Reply Mon 25 Jan, 2016 12:19 am
@coldjoint,
coldjoint wrote: "Not asked: If Obama’s Iraq pullout was not a mistake, why did Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, Robert Gates and the Joint Chiefs chairman want a stay-behind force?"

From the Status of Forces Agreement signed November 17, 2008 by President BUSH:

1. All the United States Forces shall withdraw from all Iraqi territory no later than December 31, 2011.

2. All United States combat forces shall withdraw from Iraqi cities, villages, and localities no later than the time at which Iraqi Security Forces assume full responsibility for security in an Iraqi province, provided that such withdrawal is completed no later than June 30, 2009.

4. The United States recognizes the sovereign right of the Government of Iraq to request the departure of the United States Forces from Iraq at any time. The Government of Iraq recognizes the sovereign right of the United States to withdraw the United States Forces from Iraq at any time.

How is President Obama responsible for fulfilling the terms of a formal agreement between the United States and the government of Iraq which was signed by President Bush before Obama was sworn into office?

The Shiite dominated Iraqi government under Prime Minister Maliki was already under the sway of Iran and didn't accept the continued presence of American occupation troops.

I'll have a look at some of your other questions later.

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