This Thursday the GOP will kick off their 2016 Presidential Campaign. Fox News has narrowed down the field from 24 to 10, although the lower echelon candidates such as George Pataki, Bobby Jindal, Carly Fiorin and Lindsey Graham will be allowed a few minutes airtime before the main event on this coming Thursday.
WHO'S IN Donald Trump, real-estate magnate: 20.8% average as of Saturday Scott Walker, Wisconsin governor: 13.7% Jeb Bush, former Florida governor: 12.2% Marco Rubio, US senator from Florida: 6.8% Mike Huckabee, former Arkansas governor: 6.3% Ben Carson, retired neurosurgeon: 6.2% Rand Paul, US senator from Kentucky: 5.5% Ted Cruz, US senator from Texas: 5.2% John Kasich, Ohio governor: 3.5%. Chris Christie, New Jersey governor.
Rick Perry is on the cusp, although Donald Trump accused the former Texas governor of not looking smrt with his glasses.
The billionaire hasn't spared the other candidates from insult, but his obstreperous behavior has won him favor with the GOP faithful.
I will watch the debate to hear the fools attempt to roll back time to the 1950s, when the white race ruled the country with an iron fist.
Personally would rather vote for this woman.
I'm sure she'll make more sense than any of the GOP contenders.