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Running comments on Republican debate #4

Fox’s promotional film on Wisconsin didn’t mention Republican Senator Joe McCarthy.

Poor Scott Walker, this was supposed to be his big night.

On the minimum wage:

Trump says wages are too high. We’re losing. Suck it up workers.

Carson thinks $15 per hour wage is a high wage. Loud applause.

Rubio says America is great because it has poor people.

Rubio: “we need more welders and less philosophers.”

You can’t make this stuff up.

On jobs:

Canadian Senator Cruz says: Bold Tax Plan, Booming Growth, Remove Locusts, and Sound Money.

Jeb! is looking for a job too. Lower taxes. Repeal all environmental regulations. More pollution means high growth!

Fiorina: take our government back!

Krugerrand: move to a state with a Republican governor or a city with a Republican mayor.

Said with a straight face.

So far: Hillary bad, Obama bad, Democrats bad, taxes bad, government bad, clean water bad. Poor people good.

On immigration:

Trump: we need borders, we will have a wall, and it will be successful. They’ll have to go out, hopefully, they’ll get back. We’re going to be a country.

Kasich: deportation is not an adult argument.

He’s trying to lose!

Trump: Move them out! We have no choice!

Trump: I’ve made billions! Shut up Kasich, you punk!

Rubio: destroy government, kill the philosophers, and this new century will be a new American century.

This debate is no more informative than the other debates. They say the same things, sometimes louder, sometimes less coherently.

On taxes:

That’s it.

Time for an adult beverage and a reading of Plato’s Republic.

Winners: Everyone who watched the World Series of Poker Final Table.

Losers: Brain cells.

Combination

Mr Putin’s imperialist ambition is more nineteenth-century than Cold War, but his false pretenses are drawn straight from the CCCP playbook.

The world’s most famous celebrity squatter suffered another courtroom defeat.

In the wake of the President’s executive order concerning immigration, the Cliven Bundy wing of the Republican Party is quite visible today.

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Me: JLaw could well be Jesus. But Kim Gordon is Lord.

Respondent: That’d make Lawrence the son of Gordon, which would be an interesting twist.

Me: That works for me.