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The childish republican debate between rubio cruz and trump

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The Debate That Made America Dumber

John Kasich has proven, time and time again, that he is the only true presidential candidate among the Republican nominees. The Ohio governor is the most experienced, and he is the only adult in the pack. He also has the best chance to beat Hillary Clinton, according to a recent analysis from RealClearPolitics.

  • And then there is Kasich;
  • Trump is a man of empty promises—a man without the knowledge to describe specifics and a man devoid of any self-respect or decency to refrain from embarrassing, juvenile outbursts;
  • And they knew there were none;
  • Are they small hands?
  • No clear statement from 2003 has ever been published;
  • Meanwhile Trump one-upped everyone by defending torture, and insisting that the military would follow through with illegal orders if he gave them.

And then there is Kasich. And while he is surely as frustrated as Trump, as opinionated as Cruz and as passionate as Rubio, he has the unparalleled composure to present his vision in a strong but calm fashion. Trump is a man of empty promises—a man without the knowledge to describe specifics and a man devoid of any self-respect or decency to refrain from embarrassing, juvenile outbursts.

This man is childish, he is hateful, and he is the epitome of what America does not represent. A Trump presidency would not only split the Republican Party; it would also allow extremism to flourish and influence to change in the wrong direction.

  • In the spin room afterwards, J Hogan Gidley, a former Huckabee and Santorum adviser, said he had never seen anything like it;
  • They all lack his undeniable class and wisdom.

A Trump presidency would divide the country like never before and tarnish our image around the world. There is no honor in a man who does not stay true to himself and who knowingly lowers his own standards in pursuit of a greater reward.

Kasich represents the party of the future.

  1. Look at those hands. How do you answer Mitt Romney, sir?
  2. John Kasich has proven, time and time again, that he is the only true presidential candidate among the Republican nominees.
  3. John Kasich has proven, time and time again, that he is the only true presidential candidate among the Republican nominees.
  4. No clear statement from 2003 has ever been published. In the spin room afterwards, J Hogan Gidley, a former Huckabee and Santorum adviser, said he had never seen anything like it.
  5. The businessman struggled to square these authoritarian instincts with one of his key selling points. You never see a candidate call another a flat-out liar.

Young conservatives, frustrated with the image of the old, stubborn, tired GOP should hear his message loud and clear. And young conservatives, who are more open-minded socially and less concerned about name-calling, should appreciate his balanced approach. Every time Trump or Rubio or Cruz has mentioned Ronald Reagan and drawn a comparison to themselves, they have taken his name in vain.

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Reagan was strong, charismatic, smart, witty, experienced and lovable—neither Trump nor Rubio nor Cruz deserves to be mentioned in the same sentence as the 40th president.

They all lack his undeniable class and wisdom. Each has brought the image of the Republican Party to a new low.

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Kasich was elected to the Ohio senate at age 26, then ran for Congress almost five years later—serving for almost 20 years. He went on to become president of the House Budget Committee in 1995 and attempted a run at the White House fives years later.

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And he has served as a governor since 2010, winning 86 out of 88 counties in his re-election in 2014—proof that he can win support from both Democrats and Republicans. After losses in Super Tuesdaythe hope for a Kasich nomination relies on his ability to take Michigan on March 8 and Ohio on March 15—a winner-take-all state. If he succeeds, maybe history books will teach students about the time Donald Trump almost became president—and how lucky we were that John Kasich stayed in the race.

  • They said there were weapons of mass destruction — there were none;
  • Ted Cruz—a 45-year-old U;
  • No clear statement from 2003 has ever been published.

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