Iowa GOP Debate - Papillion, NE

Discuss the national Iowa GOP Debate in Papillion, NE.

Who won the Republican Presidential Debate?

Papillion picks Paul
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Al

Bellevue, NE

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Aug 11, 2011
 
Did not blame anyone just had solutions
Martha Jones

Omaha, NE

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#2
Aug 11, 2011
 
Had the best answers and solutions. Really liked them.
Cole F.

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#3
Aug 11, 2011
 
Mr. Cain was extremely well-spoken and confident. He successfully explained away compromising statements. Although Ron Paul remains my favorite on most issues, Hermain Cain was the clear victor in this debate.
Patrick

Omaha, NE

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Aug 11, 2011
 
The only one who spoke about solving issues and not focused on him/her self. Very presidential sounding.
Scott

Papillion, NE

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#5
Aug 11, 2011
 
Best man for the job...we need someone who can beat Obama...Herman can beat him...and he knows how to deal with the budget issues.
JIm

Bellevue, NE

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#6
Aug 11, 2011
 
Honest, strong and trustworhty
Adam

Papillion, NE

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#7
Aug 11, 2011
 
End the Empire, Restore the Republic!

Sound money breeds strong business, end the wars, free trade with the world, and end the private corrupt, Federal Reserve bank once and for all!
Adam

Papillion, NE

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Aug 11, 2011
 
[QUOTE who="Cole F."]Mr. Cain was extremely well-spoken and confident. He successfully explained away compromising statements. Although Ron Paul remains my favorite on most issues, Hermain Cain was the clear victor in this debate.[/QUOTE]
Wrong.
Cain did not say he would end the Federal Reserve, which he was a CEO of... by the way.. our enemy... centralized banks.
Also he worked for Godfathers, selling Monsanto's GMO-cancer foods.
And more importantly, Cain did not say he would end all the wars.
Cain wants war with Iran, so does Michelle.
War is not the answer, either is a paper US currency or world currency ran by the same folks that brought us Bush and Obama.
Adam

Papillion, NE

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Aug 11, 2011
 
Scott wrote:
Best man for the job...we need someone who can beat Obama...Herman can beat him...and he knows how to deal with the budget issues.
Oh he does? Since when?! by helping to defraud the american people of their wealth?

See this is why we're in this mess we're in, cause people like you, have no clue about what the private Federal Reserve banking system has done to our country, and then you say this man is someone that knows how to deal with budget issues? Excuse me..

but do you realize Herman Cain is a former CEO of the Federal Reserve? our enemy.. yea. get a clue!

only man brave enough to stop the Federal Reserve, is Dr. Paul.

Along with ENDING THE WARS... not starting a new one with IRAN!?!
Adam

Papillion, NE

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Aug 11, 2011
 
Al wrote:
Did not blame anyone just had solutions
People say "he had solutions" but can't even list one!
Adam

Papillion, NE

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Aug 11, 2011
 
Martha Jones wrote:
Had the best answers and solutions. Really liked them.
Which "solution" did you "really like" ???

War with Iran... or more poverty?

Ron Paul is the only one who would End the Federal Reserve banking cartel, and end all the illegal wars!
Adam

Papillion, NE

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Aug 11, 2011
 
Patrick wrote:
The only one who spoke about solving issues and not focused on him/her self. Very presidential sounding.
Who was that?

Ron Paul was the only one WITH solutions that doesn't wind us up in more wars, more debt and more joblessness.

Ron Paul was the only man who was Presidential Material. Who cares what they "sound" like, I want REAL solutions, not what looks nice.

You know what SOUNDS nice? Sound money! End the Federal Reserve!
RPS

Omaha, NE

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Aug 11, 2011
 
[QUOTE who="Cole F."]Mr. Cain was extremely well-spoken and confident. He successfully explained away compromising statements. Although Ron Paul remains my favorite on most issues, Hermain Cain was the clear victor in this debate.[/QUOTE]
Cain? As in former federal reserve chairman, Herman Cain. Absolutely NOT!!!!!!!!!!
Jan

Omaha, NE

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#14
Aug 11, 2011
 
I wouldn't trust Cain with anything. He used to be federal reserve chairman. Enough said. It was corrupt when he was running it also.
Cole F

Council Bluffs, IA

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Aug 11, 2011
 
Wow guys, is this something to yell about on the internet?
I was judging the candidates based on their performance tonight. Ron Paul was not the best speaker. He rambled and seemed generally flustered when he needs to be making a better impression with conservative voters. He simply didn't appear presidential.
I will admit I am not familiar with Herman Cain's full history, but I stand by my statement that he peformed quite well tonight, as the totals are showing. Judging from the criticisms by some of the fellow posters, it would seem I've already cast my vote... Far from it fellas.
Also, Adam, if you want to bring more voters to Congressman Paul's corner, you'd be wise to do more than contradict their statements. Explain why Paul is better, not just say that he is. That's Argumentation 101.
Adam

Papillion, NE

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Aug 11, 2011
 
Cole F wrote:
Wow guys, is this something to yell about on the internet?
I was judging the candidates based on their performance tonight. Ron Paul was not the best speaker. He rambled and seemed generally flustered when he needs to be making a better impression with conservative voters. He simply didn't appear presidential.
I will admit I am not familiar with Herman Cain's full history, but I stand by my statement that he peformed quite well tonight, as the totals are showing. Judging from the criticisms by some of the fellow posters, it would seem I've already cast my vote... Far from it fellas.
Also, Adam, if you want to bring more voters to Congressman Paul's corner, you'd be wise to do more than contradict their statements. Explain why Paul is better, not just say that he is. That's Argumentation 101.
LOL you're making FUN of someone for the way they speak the truth huh?

At least it is the truth, not like all the puppets besides him, that want to wage war on Iran, and get us deeper into debt with China.

Ron Paul 2012! End the Empire, Restore the Republic! Not bomb other nations and call it "freedom" instead!
Adam

Papillion, NE

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Aug 11, 2011
 
Cole F wrote:
Wow guys, is this something to yell about on the internet?
I was judging the candidates based on their performance tonight. Ron Paul was not the best speaker. He rambled and seemed generally flustered when he needs to be making a better impression with conservative voters. He simply didn't appear presidential.
I will admit I am not familiar with Herman Cain's full history, but I stand by my statement that he peformed quite well tonight, as the totals are showing. Judging from the criticisms by some of the fellow posters, it would seem I've already cast my vote... Far from it fellas.
Also, Adam, if you want to bring more voters to Congressman Paul's corner, you'd be wise to do more than contradict their statements. Explain why Paul is better, not just say that he is. That's Argumentation 101.
I did..

Why would Americans want to be in more war? Why would you vote for anyone else besides Ron Paul, that is what you have not figured out.

Why should I try to convince you of something you should already be on board with?

I'm merely pointing out the OBVIOUS, all other candidates want WAR, and more DEBT, and not to cut military. That equals MORE death and destruction in our names! You dishonor our fallen heros, they would not stand for this tyranny!
Adam

Papillion, NE

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#18
Aug 11, 2011
 
Cole F wrote:
Wow guys, is this something to yell about on the internet?
I was judging the candidates based on their performance tonight. Ron Paul was not the best speaker. He rambled and seemed generally flustered when he needs to be making a better impression with conservative voters. He simply didn't appear presidential.
I will admit I am not familiar with Herman Cain's full history, but I stand by my statement that he peformed quite well tonight, as the totals are showing. Judging from the criticisms by some of the fellow posters, it would seem I've already cast my vote... Far from it fellas.
Also, Adam, if you want to bring more voters to Congressman Paul's corner, you'd be wise to do more than contradict their statements. Explain why Paul is better, not just say that he is. That's Argumentation 101.
That is all the "arguments" have been.. is "herman cain can solve our problems" but then they don't have any knowledge of his past with the Federal Reserve and it's corruption.

Nobody's yelling on the internet. I'm pointing out, who is a fraud and who isn't.

Would you want people to believe Herman Cain can fix the economy? if him and his friends at the Federal Reserve.. really "fixed" our economy, for that it is broken for us, and serves them.

Would you want me to let you believe that Herman is a good man and would help get us out of this mess, if he was part of the problem to begin with, and these same crooks want to say "i'll fix it" but then they never say they'll end the Federal Reserve or End all the Wars.. no.. nobody is saying the truth but Ron Paul :)

Why would I steer you wrong America? I'm with you, I'm the one that's been telling you for years the 2 party system is broken, that you shouldn't vote solely off of looks or party lines, but on actual policy, not image, money, or fame.
Adam

Papillion, NE

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#19
Aug 11, 2011
 
These Illegal wars are Unconstitutional, until we get out of them we have no business talking about any other candidate but the candidate vowed to get us out of the conflicts!

A good side-effect of ending the wars.. MORE MONEY TO SAVE, not SPEND, lower the DEBT.. end the ILLEGAL WARS!
Will

Bellevue, NE

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#20
Aug 12, 2011
 
The man says, "Yes" and "No" when answering questions. How refreshing

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