Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Republican Debate was tonight, did you watch?

Yes kids, Fred D. Thompson made the other candidates look like wooden statues. In case you didn't know it, the Republican candidates debated tonight.

It was very intriguing and told me a lot about what they are going to be standing on.

Mitt Romney was interesting but calling for lawyers to decide if the President can bomb Iran? Are you kidding me?

Rudy Giuliani also called on lawyers to decide if the line item veto should be used. These two guys are big city slickers who rely on lawyers just like Democrats and they both tried to outdue each other on who taxed who's people more or less, looked like both of them are too much taxes for me.

Gov. Huckabee and the others just looked like character actors on a stage shared by the big 3. Sorry but Fred showed himself very good for his first debate. Here are some of my favorite lines from Fred tonight:

An intense spat between GOP rivals Mitt Romney and Rudy Giuliani over taxes and spending took some of the focus — and the heat — off Thompson and overshadowed the other six Republicans on stage; Thompson was literally stuck between the two as they sparred.
“I’ve enjoyed watching these fellows. I gotta admit it was getting a little boring without me, but I’m glad to be here now,” Thompson said.
“This is a lot like ‘Law & Order,’ senator. It has a huge cast, the series seems to go on forever, and Fred Thompson shows up at the end,” Romney, the former Massachusetts governor, quipped to laughter.
Thompson nodded and smiled — then shot back slyly: “Not bad, not bad. And to think I thought I was going to be the best actor on the stage!”

I will continue to support this man until shown differently!


Mick Bryson, Music Teacher said...

What channel was it on? I scanned through all that we have around 6:30pm and didn't see it listed. The only thing I saw was McCain doing some town meeting Q & A. Good luck w/ DirectTV. I hope you are swimming in the HD deep end.

Bill's Waste of Air said...

hey mick,
it was Tuesday afternoon at 4 and 6 on msnbc.
pretty low key publicity.
Its early I guess.