Watching this debate, I kept thinking that this one was more like a presidential debate than any of the previous ones. Chris Wallace did the best job of moderating: keeping the audience and the participants in adherence to the rules and moving to the topics he had chosen. In some cases I wished he had not been so strict, but, in the end, he was fair.
It was more like a first debate should have been rather than a last.
So there I was thinking the last shall be first. Where does that come from? I finally had a chance to visit the rest room and was thinking Matthew. Well holy moly!!! Look!
16 So the last shall be first, and the first last: for many be called, but few chosen.
Seriously! It IS Matthew 2016.
The last debate was more like a first debate, and that says something about this entire contest. This last one is really the first chance we have had to hear anything much from Trump on issues.
The first question was about SCOTUS appointments. Not 30 seconds into the debate Donald said he was not going to appoint any nasty women who hate him like the Notorious Ruth Bader Ginsberg. It did not go better for him from there. I do not know why anyone was saying the first 11 or 25 minutes he was in control. Seriously? He was off on his me-me-me-me-me within the first minute!
After the debate who waded into the crowd? Who stayed onstage like a football huddle? Who ran to the cars?
With Hillary! Yes we are! >>>>
Who won the debate? Could it be the person who said she would accept the results of the election?
Many are called. Few are chosen. Let’s choose Hillary!