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    August 07, 2015


    Lewis Green

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    I agree with your analysis of last nights Republican show. I was impressed with Kasich and have always liked Jeb Bush, although he seems to be moving to the Right to get votes. Moderate is his normal positioning.

    Jeanne Byington


    I'd add Dr. Carson to the list of candidates who did well. I didn't know much about him. He was a good debater and calm, articulate speaker.

    Major topics that a President must address and should have been discussed were global warming, overpopulation/insufficient resources for a world already bursting with people and big business corruption/manipulation with mild if any CEO punishment.

    When did it become de rigueur to discuss religion in public? Ethics for sure but religion? Inappropriate at least for the job of US President. [And they didn't ask D. Trump about his--worship of the dollar perhaps?]

    What makes me sad as well as frightened, actually, is that there are no places for liberal or moderate Republicans or conservative or moderate Democrats. Last night there was a gotcha if someone was shown not to be conservative enough on the buzzword topics. Did anyone ask these candidates what they would do if they had a choice between the life of their wife or unborn child--a decision I wouldn't wish on a soul but that can happen? The old saw about Governor Christie hugging President Obama after hurricane Sandy is still in the land. Give it a rest.

    As time goes on, Bernie Sanders becomes increasingly the candidate of choice.

    I was sitting next to a registered Republican who, at the end of the debate said, "I'm voting for Bernie Sanders."

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