GOP Candidates Are Pulling Punches with Hillary Clinton, but They Need to Hit Her Hard. We say they need to go for the jugular vein and attack Hillary and Bill. Everyone knows what they are, makes no sense to mamby-pamby around about it.

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Progressive Hemrrhoid
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Most of the RINOs would rather have the Butcher of Benghazi then Trump, because they’re afraid Trump will cut off their free crap.

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Missile Command
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Missile Command

The RINOs only hate conservatives and Tea Party types. Hilary is OK for them. Thus the kid gloves routine.

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Extirpates

Both the American political parties are extremely dysfunctional.

Rand Paul is wrong that eligibility for election is up to the “Supreme Court”.

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If nothing else make fun of her for wearing a piece of carpet while out for a walk, the woman is batshit crazy like Bernie. She is so desperate that you can smell her coming a block away. The conservatives (?) should attack as a group, both her and her wandering penis of a husband. WE have had enough of the Clintoon Crime syndicate and their bullshit. Put Hitlery in a mental hospital, and send Bill to Pedo Island. She can be elected president of the Massachusetts institute for the criminally insane, and bill will hopefully expire quietly while in bed….

Red Robster
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I don’t think his grey head ought to go peacefully to sheol

poppajoe49
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poppajoe49

Trump is going after her, and I believe Rubio has made a couple of commercials attacking her. I am confident Cruz will also, but he is pacing himself. The rest don’t matter.

bluesjunky
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“The rest don’t matter.”

It’s time Rand Paul got that through his head, instead of throwing a hissy fit for being relegated to the kiddie’s table. The guy has some redeeming qualities, but his foreign policy doesn’t fit with the current realities, and he never caught on with the voters. And I certainly don’t understand the logic in refusing to show up at the debate. That’s free air time, even if it IS a demotion.

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“…makes no sense…” unless you are a RINO squish.