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  • Joel

    I wonder if Megyn Kelly has a job by the end of the week.

  • Kelly’s job.was to push buttons, and see what reactions come out. They hit most all the debaters on different points, they don’t all share the same trigger spots. (Wish they’d hit Krispy Kreme on gun issues, maybe next time) But if Donald can’t handle a question from Megyn Kelly, how’s he gonna handle Putin?

    • John, that last line is straight from Kelly’s mouth; bad form, bro.

    • Norm

      Christie has initiatyed a study of NJ gun laws. The idea is to interfere with law abiding gun owners less and criminals more. Of course, the usual NJ bureaucrats are doing the study, so the initial results are predictable.

      • RegT

        Christy is playing election games. When that guy was arrested and convicted for traveling with his gun(s) in the trunk of his car while moving, Christy let him swing in the wind for several months before finally doing something – and only after a huge ground swell of support for the victim.

        He’s a fraud who supports muslims (connected to CAIR and Hamas) in his own administration.

  • Good observation; they are alike in many ways, maybe that’s the rub.

    Big difference is, he’s the star of this soap not her. She says she’s a big girl and can take it, indicating she wants to continue her role. But if she wants to grow up to be a real journalist, she should suck it up and shut it up.

    Regardless of where this story goes, history is being made here.

  • jane

    I doubt Fox would’ve had 24 million viewers if not for Donald Trump being there. It wasn’t The Megyn Kelly Show, after all. Shame Bret and Brit couldn’t have moderated by themselves, sans Megyn and Chris Wallace. This forum should’ve been re-named WHEN GIANT EGOS COLLIIDE!

  • O too must go with the pushing-buttons-real-hard-as-a-test concept. I watch Megyn quite regularly, and I see nothing more on second overview than just that, testing.

    • I too. Derp.

  • Calvin

    Maybe this is the con. Next year during the real debates the powers that be will want someone who will go after the GOP candidate and they think it should be someone from Fox News….Megyn is your woman.
    Was that a conspiracy theory? Sorry, can’t tell anymore.

    • NotYetInACamp

      A conspiracy is a plan. By definition.
      The CIA marginalized it after the JFK assassination by calling people “Conspiracy Theorists” and then making it a joke, or that the conspiracy advocates were kooks.
      Then again: See Alinsky:
      5. “Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon.”

  • NotYetInACamp

    Alinsky Rules.

    5. “Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon.”

  • Pete 231

    Politics is show business for ugly people. No matter how much one adjusts the brightness control on the set, they won’t get any smarter….

  • Bill G

    All camera sluts are “ME, ME, ME” all the time.
    Male or female.
    ie, don’t get between Chuckie Schumer and a TV reporter.

  • Pamela

    I wonder if the lesson has been learned when it comes to candidates. We need to see who is following in on the elected coat tails and how many are going to stay after said elected coat tales are gone. Is there are list of who will be getting tossed out the door once the Oath of Office is taken? How many are now entrenched with their hands in the till?

  • Bill

    If she’s in the arena, why all the whining about Trumps choice of words? Can’t have it both ways. In my elementary school days they’d both be sent to the principals office to be paddled for acting out. They’re sucking up all the oxygen just as planned.

  • B Woodman

    “See? No one can tell when you Repub’s are serious?”
    And that’s part of the Libtard’s problem, they gots no sense of humor.
    And what humor they might have is mean spirited and pointed at others-not-themselves (ie, Repubs, RINOs, conservatives, etc).
    The “others” (above) know that there is life outside themselves, and because of that, can laugh at themselves.

  • JimB

    Mr. Trump is going to be asked many times about the things he has done or said in the past. I think his reaction to anyone. man or woman, who asks a question he doesn’t like will be the same. An attack is not an answer. If he keeps this up no one will listen to him.

    • RegT

      It’s all theatre. Trump – if he is sincere and not simply playing to the conservative crowd – is still only a distraction. The “.gov System” will not allow a viable, truly conservative candidate to be nominated, let alone elected. This is bread and circuses, folks. The Left controls Congress (with the willing support of RINOcrats like Boehner and McConnell), SCOTUS (where Roberts sits counting his thirty pieces of silver), the Federal court system (thanks to the 100+ Obama appointees put into place since 2008), DOJ (the Black Enforcement Bureau), the entire system and cycle of elections (who gets nominated) and voting (i.e. who counts the vote), weaponized bureaucracy (IRS, EPA, etc.), and the media.

      Face it, people: anyone who still imagines we can vote our way out of this is in serious denial. I know that is frightening and depressing, but wishing it weren’t so won’t change the facts. Frankly, even hoping that not voting for RINOs will force them to change their behavior is foolish, too. They have openly shown they no longer care what we think about what they do in Congress, and will continue to openly support the agenda of the Left. There no longer are two parties in this country.

      • B Woodman

        Wasn’t it Stalin who said, “It’s not who votes that counts, but who counts the votes.”

        • John Greer

          A maxim Vlad the Invader practices with impunity.

  • “Address books, video cameras, pagers, wristwatches, maps, books, travel games, flashlights, home telephones, dictation recorders, cash registers, Walkmen, Day-Timers, alarm clocks, answering machines, yellow pages, wallets, keys, phrase books, transistor radios, personal digital assistants, dashboard navigation systems, remote controls, airline ticket counters, newspapers and magazines, directory assistance, travel and insurance agents, restaurant guides and pocket calculators.”

    “What do all these products have in common? They have been victims of big bang disruption.”

    That just might be what we are seeing here, and who would know more about business disruption and innovation than the Big D?

    To the degree that “business as usual” party politics is a huge, lumbering, inefficient, flawed and critically ill process, it’s a good thing to see this shakeup/shakedown take place. And I do believe it is happening, it is intentional, and it is historical. What I don’t know, in the case of the Donald, who I suspect would sell his mama and certainly you and me for a profit, is why…what is the actual and unseen motivation and/or agenda? Is it the “art” of the deal for art’s sake, or for the deal’s sake?

    Or could it be that there is a genuine and benevolent desire on the part of one of the most successful CEO’s in history to use his experience and the principles of business, and after all that what a capitalistic economy is -or was-, to repair and/or replace the operations of government as it applies to our own economic, social, and global future?

    Worth reading, and applying the following in the context of American politics and society:

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/stevedenning/2014/01/07/businesss-worst-nightmare-big-bang-disruption/

    • Ming the Merciless

      Trump want to close the border to illegals and bring back industry from CHINA.

      Should be easy…look what the Chinese are saying THEMSELVES:
      The Epoch Times:
      A Chinese Entrepreneur’s Rude Awakening at a German Manufacturing Fair.
      http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/1711073-a-chinese-entrepreneurs-rude-awakening-at-a-german-manufacturing-fair/
      Editor’s note: The following article was recently published on a website devoted to discussing advanced manufacturing in China. It later could not be found on that site, possibly having been censored or removed by the author. Written by a Chinese businessman, the piece is a vivid account of his experience at Hannover Messe 2015, the world’s largest industrial trade fair, held in April. The author uses his disappointing experience at the fair to reflect more broadly on China’s social and moral malaise. An archived version of the piece, posted to Sina Weibo on Aug. 1, is here.
      https://www.evernote.com/shard/s6/sh/8c29c8a4-d7e5-473c-af33-b695088b502f/a0ac7dd9e9c21dd3256b5b6eee3f0ad3

      This was the fourth time I had attended the Hannover Messe in northern Germany. It is the world’s largest and most comprehensive annual industrial trade exhibition. We were there to promote an e-commerce platform website in Shaanxi. During my stay, I was surprised to notice “Made in China” had been marginalized.

      The trade fair, held from April 13 to April 17, consisted of 25 exhibition halls. On display were mostly traditional products, except for exhibition halls 7, 8, and 9, which displayed high-tech products. Good booth locations were taken by developed countries and newly developing countries, as well as Turkey, India, and former Soviet countries in Eastern Europe. Their booths ranged in size from 60 to 500 square meters (645.83 square feet to 5,382 square feet). Products made in China, however, were displayed in the least favorable areas, with 90 percent of booths ranging in size from 9 to 12 square meters (96.87square feet to 129.17 square feet) only.

      Low-Tech and Unpolished…etc…
      http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/1711073-a-chinese-entrepreneurs-rude-awakening-at-a-german-manufacturing-fair/

  • Bad Cyborg

    OT Riddle

    Q: What do you call 3 million gallons of toxic mine waste dumped all at once into a river?

    A: YOUR EPA at work.

  • B Woodman

    And nary an arrest made, a warrant issued, nor a fine levied. Geeee. . . .. Could it be an extreme case of elitist “Only Ones” Syndrome?

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