Hey there, you; I know you. You’ve probably already heard about the Republican Debate tonight, haven’t you? You’ve probably scrolled through Facebook, and seen your liberal friends profess their aggressive intolerance for the Grand Ol’ Party, or perhaps the trending #GOPdebate hashtag caught your eye on Twitter. You may not have watched it, but you think about politics quite a bit, don’t you? The politics of the U.S government, the politics of the international world, and the politics of your relationship with your college hallmates. But hey; you ever think about voting? No? Yes?
If you responded no, you should be. If you responded yes; well, here are a few key points from tonight’s Republican Debate that should enthusiastically increase your drive to make sure the United States is not run by somebody unfit for the position. In fact, disregard my previous question completely. No matter who you are and what you think about voting, it is important to recognize the events that ensued tonight.
Fiorina and Rubio really ought to let the others in on their secret strategy to actually prepare for these debates
— Dan Pfeiffer (@danpfeiffer) September 17, 2015
— The Hill (@thehill) September 17, 2015
Huckabee literally just equated abortion to slavery. This is the twilight zone #GOPDebate
— deray mckesson (@deray) September 17, 2015
Rubio: "You can't defeat ISIS with intellect" you gotta run in there & shoot and ask questions later. You know, like we first did in Iraq.
— Negin Farsad (@NeginFarsad) September 17, 2015
— Rula Jebreal (@rulajebreal) September 17, 2015
Naming your mother, daughter, or wife to put on the $10 bill isn't endearing so much as it shows you can't name women leaders in US history
— Rebecca Leber (@rebleber) September 17, 2015
— Megyn Kelly (@megynkelly) September 17, 2015
Trump silent Everytime candidates talking about actual policy. #GOPDebate
— Jessica Pepper (@peprulz) September 17, 2015
— Daniel José Older (@djolder) September 17, 2015
— Jennifer Vally (@JenniferVally) September 17, 2015
It's like candidate spaghetti. Throw a handful against the wall and see what sticks. #GOPDebate
— sybs (@cmtsu3262) September 17, 2015
Why do people bother fact checking a #GOPDebate? You might as well fact check Game of Thrones.
— Everyone's Grudge (@paulengelhard) September 17, 2015
— Donna Brazile (@donnabrazile) September 17, 2015
Women from U.S. history
People who watched
— pourmecoffee (@pourmecoffee) September 17, 2015