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RNC Chair Lauds Fox News Business Debate. Guess Why?

In Carson, Fiorina, Fox News Business Debate, GOP Debates, http://schemas.google.com/blogger/2008/kind#post, Kasich, Paul, Rience Priebus, RNC Chair Lauds Fox News Business Debate, Rubio, Trump on November 11, 2015 at 1:46 PM

Rience Priebus spoke after the GOP debate last night about how the debate was the model for the perfect debate format and moderation.  Allow a quick showing of why the RNC Chair went there with his lauding the forum.

Watch from the 21:00 mark through the 23:10 mark. Fiorina was asked about the fact that the US performs much better from a jobs perspective under Democrats than Republican administrations. watch Fiorina’s response She flat-out avoided the question, and the moderator simply moved on without calling her out.

https://youtu.be/aw0Z7mox6HY?list=PLCS5pEJxR7e8ELscu48dgjZuo3Qih8wn8



 Of course, you know why she avoided the question?

A little something for our moneyed readers.

If the RNC is seeking to shape the messages from its lying and evasive candidates, it should seek all debates on Fox News Business.   The moderators were clearly on a mission to offer the perfect platform for GOPism and the moderators did so without serious probing of any points. 


Watch as a well-known anti-Administration/anti-Obama host Maria Bartiromo stretches and burst the limit of credibility with her 40% employment question. 

Fox Business’ Maria Bartiromo Pushes Myth That “Almost 40 Percent Of Americans Are Without A Job” 

Exaggerated Unemployment Figure Includes Children, Retirees, College Students, And Stay-At-Home Parents 

From the November 10 edition of Fox Business’ Republican Presidential Candidates Debate:

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 02:24  

   

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MARIA BARTIROMO (MODERATOR): Governor Bush, almost 40 percent of Americans are without a job and are not looking. Many have given up. That’s what the participation rate tells us. You’ve said your policies will drive the economy back to four percent growth, which we haven’t seen since the year 2000. What specific regulations would you change, and how will that lead to jobs and growth?

Bartiromo knows the details of her 40% leading question.  In fact, the question wasn’t so much a debate query it was misleading information for the viewing public. Thus, a direct example of why Priebus and his candidates want a forum that facilitates misinformation. I suspect only Donald Trump and Ben Carson were unaware the Bartiromo’s query was a conservative message to LIVs (low information voters). 

Posted by Americans United Against T-Bagging John Birch Society Shit Talkers on Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Politifact offers a fact check on Carson’s continued lying. We, actually Carson is simply doing the “Fake It To Make It” thing. He really has no idea of which he speaks.  
At tonight’s debate, Ben Carson said raising the minimum wage will increase joblessness. That’s False. http://ow.ly/Uv5BT

Who does he think he is fooling with this? 

Rand Paul’s commented Income Inequality is worse in Blue states Vs. Red states. 

Paul outed Trump’s rhetoric as nothing more than rhetoric.

Ouch, It took Rand Paul speaking up to clarify that China is not in fact part of the TPP. Posted by Ezra Klein on Tuesday, November 10, 2015 

Marco Rubio received heavy applause first he predominate white and upper-aged audience when we made the completely false statement about difference income between welders and philosophers. It should be noted President Obama has been a major proponent of vocational education since the first days of his Presidency.  

During the GOP debate Marco Rubio made the claim that “welders make more money than philosophers.” That’s not exactly true.

Must read

Fact check!

Rubio said “We need more welders” because they earn more than “philosophers.”Turns out that’s not the case. 

Cruz cut five Federal agencies and only names four.

Oops.

Trumpisms…I am not so sure it was a Trump crowd at all. 

Instead of raising wages, Trump says people “have to go out, they have to work really hard.”

The very, very rich Donald Trump thinks you’re too rich.

Trump said that trade imbalance between U.S. and China tops $500 billion. Mostly False. http://bit.ly/1kLs4p7

Wages

Oh yeah, because that makes soooooo much sense.
Posted by If You Only News on Tuesday, November 10, 2015
 

He’s wrong! Go figure.
Posted by If You Only News on Tuesday, November 10, 2015

So, this is the forum conservatives and the RNC seek?

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