The GOP primary debates give the candidates a chance to become known to the public. The forums have revealed much about the Republican base as well.This video shows that it's not just me seeing this. Speaking of which, here are the previous posts on this subject.
For the GOP's extreme, it seems there is no room for nuance between policy and principle. Will the audience outbursts alienate the rest of America?
In a way, the insensitive and intolerant audience outbursts are just an amplification of the insensitive and intolerant positions of the candidates.
Yet at least one GOP candidate has held his ground. His positions might not be popular with the base, but they are sure to look good with a wider constituency.
Yet one wonders: is there any limit to what the GOP primary debate audience will cheer or boo?
The GOP hope to take America forward. But as the candidates pander to their base, they risk making the Republicans look like a party of the past.
Both Chris Matthews and one of his guests talk about Dominionism
Found the perfect cartoon for "Which deity do Dominionists worship?"
Tell me now, which deity do the Dominionists really worship?
Meta on Rick Perry's Dominionism
Kunstler thinks the Left is ignoring Dominionism; I tell him we're not