|Another debate where Obama and Clinton's names are mentioned more than policies.|
The circus is heading to Simi Valley, California. CNN will do round two of the Republican debate. There will be 11 candidates on stage debating the front runner Donald Trump.
The Ronald Reagan Library will host the event. Once again Republicans will deflect issues. They will be counted on the times they've mentioned in policies or saying the same themes. We will determine who gets the most airtime and the least airtime.
We will have an expected back and forth between candidates and Trump. CNN bowed to pressure. They allowed Fiorina on stage after she succeeded in that rival network's minor league debate.
Jeb Bush is losing footing. He will have to regain the momentum. People are already writing Bush off as a viable candidate. He's well funded and principled. But like Hillary Clinton, Bush has to defend the actions of his dad and brother, presidents respectively. Clinton has to defend her husband and former boss's actions. They were presidents, respectively.
Ben Carson hopes to pass Trump in the next poll. Carson's quiet approach may benefit him. Carson best get his foreign relations skills together, he gonna get some questions about foreign policies. He's in second place. Trump leads with 35% of supporters. Carson has 14%, Bush has 8%, Cruz and Fiorina have 7%.
Scott Walker, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Mike Huckabee, Chris Christie and John Kasich will join the rest of the candidates on stage. They made the cut.
Bobby Jindal, Lindsey Graham,
What I expect on Wednesday night's debate will be the usual word vomit
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What I could hear (but I highly doubt it).
Black Lives Matter
Sick Pay And Family Leave
Financial Aid Reform
Free Community College
Coal Mining Safety
Energy Renewal (i.e. Solar Power, Man-Made and Wind)
Currently, the rival network hosted the first debate. It pulled in 24 million viewers. As Trump puts it, if he wasn't running, that network would only obtain 5 million viewers. It was a train wreck.
This debate is a make or break for the candidates.
|Ronald Reagan is a Republican god.|
Scott Walker was the leader in Iowa until Trump got into the game. Trump stomped out every lead Walker had in the state. Now Walker stuck at 3% is hoping to make a comeback. He's struggling in fundraising and support.
Chris Christie is still on stage. Despite many Republicans souring on him as the governor of a failed state, Christie often brash tone could make interest. The governor wants a round with Trump. But could this bout with Trump and nemesis Paul doom his chances? Christie is at 4%.
Kasich is the Jon Huntsman of the debate. Huckabee is hoping people remember he still exist. He had an opportunity to give martyr status to Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis. He will likely mention that as well as Paul's failure to support her.
Are you willing to watch the debate?