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The Republican Debate–CNBC Liars and Candidates’ Best Lines

John Harwood, Dan Rather School of Yellow Journalism graduate

John Harwood, CNBC debate moderator, idiot, professional liar, graduate of the Dan Rather School of Yellow Journalism.

Here is an idiot. Unfortunately, he is also a liar. Doubly unfortunate for his network and the rest of us, he was a “moderator” of the latest Republican Debate on CNBC.

 

His name is John Harwood, graduate of the Dan Rather School of Yellow Journalism. In my opinion, he’s not even a good liar.

 

Becky Quick

This is Becky Quick, the token female moderator of the debate, chosen by CNBC for looks and boobs and loyalty to Hillary Clinton.  Easily intimidated, easily led, and extremely poor at throwing liberal lies at a wall and making the shit stick.

 

 

Carl QuintanillaThis is Carl Quintanilla, the token Latino moderator. Because every member of the Mainstream Media knows the Black Vote is already in the bag. If “black lives matter” so much, WHY ARE THEY CONSTANTLY TAKEN FOR GRANTED?

 

 

 

Marco Rubio

Marco Rubio

” I know the Democrats have the ultimate SuperPac. It’s called the mainstream media.”

“Last week, Hillary Clinton went before a committee. She admitted she had sent e-mails to her family saying, “Hey, this attack at Benghazi was caused by Al Qaida-like elements.” She spent over a week telling the families of those victims and the American people that it was because of a video. And yet the mainstream media is going around saying it was the greatest week in Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

It was the week she got exposed as a liar. It was the week that she got exposed as a liar…”

 

Ted Cruz

Ted Cruz

“You know, let me say something at the outset. The questions that have been asked so far in this debate illustrate why the American people don’t trust the media.

This is not a cage match. And, you look at the questions — “Donald Trump, are you a comic-book villain?” “Ben Carson, can you do math?” “John Kasich, will you insult two people over here?” “Marco Rubio, why don’t you resign?” “Jeb Bush, why have your numbers fallen?”

How about talking about the substantive issues the people care about?”

 

Rand Paul

Rand Paul

“This is the unholy alliance that people need to know about between right and left. Right and left are spending us into oblivion. We should use the debt ceiling, as precisely to Don, to force upon them budgetary reforms.”

“Is there going to be any change in the House with new leadership? I frankly don’t think there will be much change because I think what’s going to happen is you’re going to get more of the same. People in Washington think they were sent there to be adults and govern and do all this. Well, you know what I’m worried about? Not keeping the government open. I’m worried about bankrupting the American people.

We’re borrowing a million dollars a minute. That is important. And that’s what we have to contrast. Keeping the government open and continuing to borrow a million dollars a minute.”

 

Chris Christie

Chris Christie

“I mean, let me be honest with the people who are watching at home. The government has lied to you and they have stolen from you. They told you that your Social Security money is in a trust fund. All that’s in that trust fund is a pile of IOUs for money they spent on something else a long time ago.

And they’ve stolen from you because now they know they cannot pay these benefits and Social Security is going to be insolvent in seven to eight years. We’re sitting up here talking about all these other things; 71 percent of federal spending today is on entitlements, and debt service. And, that’s with zero percent interest rates.”

“Now, let me ask you a question everybody, and, this is for the guy, you know, who owns a landscaping business out there. If somebody’s already stolen money from you, are you going to give them more?”

 

Ben Carson

Ben Carson

“Well, obviously, you don’t understand my views on homosexuality. I believe that our Constitution protects everybody, regardless of their sexual orientation or any other aspect. I also believe that marriage is between one man and one woman. And there is no reason that you can’t be perfectly fair to the gay community.

They shouldn’t automatically assume that because you believe that marriage is between one man and one woman that you are a homophobe. And this is one of the myths that the left perpetrates on our society, and this is how they frighten people and get people to shut up. You know, that’s what the PC culture is all about, and it’s destroying this nation.”

 

Mike Huckabee

Mike Huckabee

“I don’t think it’s so much about when the government orders a corporation to do something. In fact, that’s part of the problem. If you saw that blimp that got cut loose from Maryland today, it’s a perfect example of government.

I mean, what we had was something the government made — basically a bag of gas — that cut loose, destroyed everything in its path, left thousands of people powerless, but they couldn’t get rid of it because we had too much money invested in it, so we had to keep it.

That is our government today. We saw it in the blimp.”

“Let me tell you, Donald Trump would be a better president every day of the week and twice on Sunday, rather than Hillary. I’ve spent a lifetime in politics fighting the Clinton machine.”

 

Carly Fiorina“Every election we talk about this. Every election we talk about Medicare and Social Security reform. It never happens.

I would like to start with a basic. Let us actually go to zero- based budgeting so we know where the money is being spent. It’s kind of basic. There is a bill sitting in the House that would actually pass and have us go to zero-based budgeting so we know where every dime of your money is being spent instead of only talking about how much more we’re going to spend year after year after year.

My point is this. While there are lots of good ideas for reform, we have never tackled the basics. And we finally need to tackle the basics to cut this government down to size and hold it accountable. So let’s start by knowing where your money is being spent by the federal government.”

“You know, every election we hear a lot of talk. We hear a lot of good plans. We hear actually a lot of good intentions. But somehow for decades, nothing really has changed.”

 

Donald Trump

Donald Trump

 

“Super PACs are a disaster. They’re a scam. They cause dishonesty. And you had better get rid of them, because they are causing a lot of bad decisions to be made by some very good people.

And I’m not blaming these folks — but I guess I could.”

“Very good people are making very bad decisions right now. And if anything comes out of this whole thing with some of these nasty and ridiculous questions, I will tell you, you had better get rid of the super PACs, because they’re causing a big problem with this country, not only in dishonesty and what’s going on, but also in a lot of bad decisions that are being made for the benefit of lobbyists and special interests.”

“Our country doesn’t win anymore. We used to win, we don’t win anymore. We lose on trade. We lose with ISIS. We lose with one of the worst deals I’ve ever seen negotiated of any kind, that’s our recent catastrophe with Iran. We don’t win.

Let me give you one quick example. These folks, CNBC, they had it down at three, three and a half hours. I just read today in the New York Times, $250,000 for a 30 second ad. I went out and said, it’s ridiculous. Nobody — I could stand up here all night. Nobody wants to watch three and a half, or three hours. It was a back sacrifice, and I have to hand it to Ben.

We called Ben, he was with me 100%. We called in, we said, that’s it. We’re not doing it. They lost a lot of money, everybody said it couldn’t be done. Everybody said it was going to be three hours, three and a half, including them, and in about two minutes I renegotiated it so we can get the hell out of here. Not bad.  And, I’ll do that with the country. We will make America great again. And, thank you everybody. Just for the record.”

 

Then the idiot, John Harwood (channeling Dan Rather) said, “The debate was always going to be two hours.”

 

Trump said, “That’s not right. You know that’s not right.”

 

Trump’s right. The dispute over the length of the debate made all kinds of news leading up to the debacle. Maybe John Harwood should do a little research before he opens his fat, lying mouth.

 

The full transcript of the debate can be found here.

 

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