Okay, here some people debating about how to run the nation. They seem pretty serious about things so it's good to give them a listen, right/
The debate sucked compared to the last CNN debate in terms of format. The topic was more fascinating this time around, and the candidates largely demonstrated a better grasp of Syria and Terrorism, but the thing devolved into a uncomfortable shouting match on multiple occasions, the time went by slowly, and only the crowd succeeded in stumping Trump.
Rand Paul (thought I'm not a fan) did well.
Fiorinia and Bush seemed (to me) to do badly.
Everyone else seemed meh.
Not my favorite debate.
> only the crowd succeeded in stumping Trump
Yes, because it takes multiple people to stump 1 Trump...
I'd like to think that Trump's point was proven about Cruz being insane with this debate though...
>[actually talking about the USA]
Dear US citizens,
Please stop presuming that the rest of this site lives in the same nation as you, 4chan is an *international* site accessible from around the world.
Thanks, a concerned anon.
I watched it, pathetic.
We created that fucking mess and the answer is more if the same foreign policy?
There's other things going on in this country.
Why is CNN defining the narrative?
Doesn't that make them the real power?