Trump gets RNC to disinvite National Review as debate partner

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    Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2016/01/national-review-rnc-debate-donald-trump-218098#ixzz3xzGFiGxA
     
  2. Technarchy macrumors 603

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    I like it.

    Personally I want the system disrupted and prefer infighting and gridlock over a wall of smiles from a unified good old boy club and establishment types.

    The Tea Party has largely been absorbed into the NeoCon establishment, so having Trump come along as a real anti establishment candidate that pisses everyone off is a blessing.
     
  3. jnpy!$4g3cwk macrumors 65816

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    So, are you a traditional (change-slowly, pragmatic) conservative (can't be), a neocon hawk (I guess not), a religious conservative (doesn't seem so), or, a libertarian (more so on that?)? If you are not most or all of these, then, why are you a Republican!?
     
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    How could they moderate and still be unbiased? This ain't MSNBC.

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    The other recent piece by National Review's Rich Lowry that's in Politico now, Battle for the Soul of the Right, is a scathing comparison of Trump and Cruz, with Trump catching the flames. No wonder the RNC rescinded the invitation to partner in the upcoming GOP debate, but then as Lowry said, they expected that.

    Can pretty much hear the hiss and crackle of the kindling in that one.
     

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