Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review cheer the CNN Republican presidential debate for good questions, serious discussions and enlightening exchanges.  They yawn as Chris Christie tries to pretend the people don’t care about a disagreement over the government’s collection of our bulk data.  And they have fun with Donald Trump’s change of heart about whether Ted Cruz is a maniac and that he doesn’t know what the nuclear triad is.

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  1. Rightfromthestart Coolidge
    Rightfromthestart
    @Rightfromthestart

    It’s called Senatoritis –‘ I voted for cloture on the issue of appropriating the funding to continue the sub-committee study  on the issue of advancing the motion to send this issue back to the house sub-committee ‘

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  2. Richard Fulmer Member
    Richard Fulmer
    @RichardFulmer

    If Donald Trump is elected President, he’ll know more about diads, triads, quadads, and crawdads than anyone in the world.

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  3. Whoamusanyway Member
    Whoamusanyway
    @Whoamusanyway

    Chris Christie Donald Trump Johnny LaRue isn’t going to try to fool you with any fancy figures or statistics you wouldn’t understand …

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