The GOP Beauty Pageant


Lots of people are freaking out about the upcoming GOP debate hosted by Fox News. Apparently there will be 20 or 30 participants and nobody is sure how to make it fair and watchable.

Here’s what they should do:

Take the big slate of candidates and:

1. Hold a series of weekly televised debates matching up 2-3 candidates at random.

2. Each match-up would last 10 minutes followed by scoring by a panel of 3 judges.

3. After the show viewers could call in to vote for their favorite candidates.

4. In lieu of answering questions a candidate may choose to sing, dance or take a physical challenge.

5. Each week the lowest scoring candidate is eliminated

6. The final 4-5 candidates compete in the primaries.

See how easy that is?



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102 Responses to The GOP Beauty Pageant

  1. Myiq2xu says:

    I’m still on vacay

    • DeniseVB says:

      I can do a supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Open Thread for Tues and Weds ? Then I have a short break coming up in Atlanta snuggling with Erick Erickson through Sunday 😉

      Tell ya what, if I don’t see a fresh thread open by you or the other guys by 6am ET, will pop one up. August are the dog days, no one will notice 😉

  2. Myiq2xu says:

    Monday cray cray:

  3. Dora says:

    Now, this is interesting.

    Exclusive–John Boehner Embarrassed: His Whip Team Couldn’t Find Votes to Reelect Him Speaker Last Week

  4. Myiq2xu says:
    • Lulu says:

      Notice how all three are dressed? Jiggles and tats and lots of skin. Passive-aggressive jerking boyfriend around. LOL.

  5. Myiq2xu says:
  6. driguana says:

    Love the GOP debate idea!! Political bracketology or American Idle!

    • Myiq2xu says:

      Or we could go for it and totally eliminate the bulky, expensive primaries and general election and select our next POTUS that way.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I say put them all in the Big Brother house from now til the first primary. I’d pay to watch that 24/7. Throw Hillary and Bernie in there for a week to really mix things up 😉

        Frank Luntz could be the “hostess” Julie Chen part.

      • 1539days says:

        The GOP is jealous of Democrats who used their superdelegates to pick Obama over Hillary. I say save the trouble of primaries and a convention and let them pick Bush-Rubio now. I won’t vote for them, but the suspense will be over.

    • leslie says:

      I saw Rachel Maddow this evening . . . (It was by mistake.) She was ranting about the debate and that FoxNews was not being transparent on which polls they are using to select what candidate for which debate. I have to say that regardless of what poll Fox uses, Maddow will find fault and mock anyone who watches. Plus, I wonder how she feels that BHO was selected by George Soros. And how transparent that whole travesty 2008 was.
      I found myself yelling at her. As soon as I realized I was reacting to this nut, and the WAY I was reacting, it turned it off. She could still be ranting and ranting and ranting, and I’ll never know. Thank goddess.

  7. Myiq2xu says:
    • Lulu says:

      Why can’t they admit they fucked someone they don’t like or won’t marry them or a child costs more money than they are willing to spend? I could come up with a hundred more reasons I have heard over the decades. The reasons are personal and often ugly and very un-PC. It is easier to lie or make up various self-deluding rationalizations.

      • piper says:

        That would be too easy or hard depending on their character – by lying it relieves the pressure and guilt.

      • Myiq2xu says:

        According to the PP propaganda most abortions are for victims of rape and incest or they are for women who are gonna die if they try to go thru pregancy or for cases of extreme fetal malformation.

        Nobody uses abortion as birth control. Except for rape and incest victims all the women used some form of birth control that failed. All women choosing abortion are mature and have given the decision careful consideration after consulting with their doctor.

        Last but not least, there are no adverse consequences to abortion. All the women who have abortions go on to lead happy, productive lives.

        • leslie says:

          “All women choosing abortion are mature and have given the decision careful consideration after consulting with their doctor.

          Last but not least, there are no adverse consequences to abortion. All the women who have abortions go on to lead happy, productive lives.”

          Except of course for those who aren’t (mature) and who don’t (go on to lead happy . . . lives). Like the daughter of an acquaintance who committed suicide less than 8 hours later.

          I know she was not typical and likely had other mental health issues, but she received no pre- or post- abortion counseling and is dead. She cannot be the only one of the thousands of post-abortion women who suffered mental health issues and/or anguish r/t her decision.

  8. piper says:

    I’m ready to vote – want the pink otherwise I’m writing my name in – just as qualified as some of these candidates. My qualifications – old white woman with several degrees who owns 1 house in an integrated ungated neighborhood

  9. Dora says:

    Ben Carson Doesn’t Understand Black Lives Matter
    “Of course all lives matter.”

    • votermom says:

      Huffpo whitesplains #blacklivesmatter to poor black kid that escaped ‘hood

      • Myiq2xu says:

        Obviously Ben Carson doesn’t know anything about what it is like to be black in America.

        • piper says:

          What could Dr. Carson possibly know and understand since he grew up in a single parent family in a slightly bad Detroit neighborhood with an illiterate mother who was concerned and actively involved with her sons and their education.
          The progressives and white liberals have not only jumped the shark but also fallen into the shark infested waters with this ‘line of bulls****t.’

          • DeniseVB says:

            Not many uppity “white privileged” folks can raise both a brain surgeon and a rocket scientist. Yes, Ben’s brother is a freaking Rocket Scientist.

            I love Carson’s background story. Mom was a maid for several wealthy people and figured out what they all had in common was …… EDUCATION! Both boys were slackers, so she came home and turned off the t.v. and made them read books…..and do book reports on each one even though she couldn’t read them. At some point, their lightbulbs went on.

  10. leslie says:

    I was thinking of cynic and piper yesterday and last night when the storms ravaged Wisconsin and northern Illinois. Down here, the weather was terrifying and was nearly non-stop from about 2:30 in the afternoon, until midnight. First the temps were around 90 and the humidity was very high. The wind was strong and gusting into the 50mph range throughout the day. The mid-afternoon storm began with some hard wind-driven “sprinkles” and then hail. (I had never seen golf ball sized hail in person until yesterday.) I thought my windows would break from the hail. I am thankful they didn’t. Wind tore through trees and overturned or broke several. North of me the winds uprooted trees and tore away roofs. But the lightning last night was the most frightening. I’ve seen lightning storms in the Grand Canyon and have been awed by their power and even their beauty. But not last night. Lightning was everywhere, and rather than inspiring awe – it inspired real fear. I was literally surrounded by it and was reminded of a scene in a movie about the end of the world.
    How did everyone fare in the storms?

    • piper says:

      Thank you for your concern. I’m okay and will give more details after my return from volunteering. 😀 We needed the rain especially after this last heat wave but what a storm.

      Hopefully, Cynic is okay and will check in during the day.

  11. Myiq2xu says:
  12. Dora says:

    Think it’s hot where you are? See what they are going through in Iran! I don’t know how anyone can survive!

    Iran is a sweltering 165 degrees

  13. DeniseVB says:

    The left loves to figure out the Trump supporters, here’s a new one, if you support Trump you’re a racist because he wants to make police departments stronger ! (Though I think JEB! gets it when he said those who support Trump weren’t going to vote for me anyhow).

    • AFVet says:

      Funny,….isn’t that essentially what Romney said about the 47 % ?

    • lyn says:

      The term “racist” no longer has meaning.

    • Myiq2xu says:

      Allegedly some openly racist people were flocking to Trump’s banner. I say allegedly because while they were openly racist I can’t rule out a false flag operation.

      Google “cuckservative” for more info.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Crikesy, which banner should I run to then? Love MOST of the GOP field, and I only LOVE Webb in the Dem field. If anything, I’m a “cuckliberal” 😉

        • Webb is the only sane one in the bunch…right now. HRC is being skewered by the Dems again. Plus – something is VERY different with her now – or then. 😦

  14. Dora says:

    Khamenei Advisor: “Regardless of how the P5+1 countries interpret the nuclear agreement, their entry into our military sites is absolutely forbidden.”

    It just keeps getting worse. What Obama has inflicted upon the world with this nuke deal is an unfolding disaster that will keep punishing the free world for years, if not decades, to come.

  15. DeniseVB says:

    On Cspan2 now, Senate debate on defunding PP.

  16. DeniseVB says:

    Here’s a handy guide on PP funding and their political pac. And they’re non-profit?

    My only experience with free women’s health for the underprivileged was my own daughter’s struggle in her early NYC days. Free Clinics on every corner, where she got everything from BC to sore throat meds. Thankfully, she never NEEDED PP, she kept her baby.

  17. Myiq2xu says:
  18. Myiq2xu says:

    Via AofSHQ:

    The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is spending $1.5 million to bring a “stove intervention” to Africa.
    The project, conducted by the University of Colorado, is attempting to change how people living in the Sahel of Africa cook and light their homes to be more energy efficient.

  19. Myiq2xu says:


    It may be the Summer of Trump, but the publicity-hungry real estate magnate is not the only Republican presidential candidate relishing all his attention.

    Donald J. Trump’s surge in the polls has been met with barely concealed delight by Jeb Bush and his supporters. Mr. Trump’s bombastic ways have simultaneously made it all but impossible for those vying to be the alternative to Mr. Bush to emerge, and easier for Mr. Bush, the former Florida governor, to position himself as the serious and thoughtful alternative to a candidate who has upended the early nominating process.


    Many Republican officials, while acknowledging that Mr. Trump has tapped into the current of anti-establishment anger, believe he has little chance to ultimately win the nomination. The broad attention given to his position atop national polls overshadows more worrisome indicators for him, including the substantial number of potential primary voters who say they would not support him under any circumstances.

    But for the moment he is depriving many of the other 16 Republican candidates of the political oxygen they need to win attention from grass-roots supporters in early nominating states and commitments from fence-riding donors.

    That mainly helps Mr. Bush, who can quietly continue to build his daunting advantages in money and organization while his would-be challengers struggle to break through.

    • DandyTIger says:

      Unless of course Trump wins.

    • lizzy says:

      Boring, mushy marshmallow jebby; sell us down the globalist river jebby; bury us under loving illegal immigrants jebby; speak to me in Spanish jebby. Jebby, the elitist twit. I think not. He meets none of my requirements. He can run forever with no vote from me.

    • 1539days says:

      Jeb seems to relish the idea of losing the general election next year.

  20. Dora says:

    Don’t forget to wish Barry a happy birthday. Ugh!

    Obama Now Writing Love Notes To Himself On Twitter…

    Appears so:

    • DeniseVB says:

      BO spent this past weekend at Camp David with his Choom gang. I suppose family celebration will lockdown DC this Tues for a 5-star trough experience with the Mrs.

      • lyn says:

        You have a way with words. 😀

      • lizzy says:

        I thought Mooch had neither been seen nor heard all summer. I thought she must be blowin’ wads of cash on a summer long holiday fling. DC is impossible in the summer.

        • Mt.Laurel says:

          Word on the street is MO has been getting more work done while they can charge it to us.

          • lizzy says:

            She’s pulling a Michael Jackson? So much plastic surgery her face falls off. Of
            course she never looks under nourished; she just seems to have been photographed with a cinemascope lens.

  21. Myiq2xu says:

    Hillary Clinton Stands With Butchers

  22. driguana says:

    Well I actually sat down and filled out my GOP Primary Bracket. I take bracketology seriously! I got Trump vs. Fiorina for the Championship!!! For the record I’m going with Fiorina but suspect it’s going to be a Trump/Fiorina ticket.

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  26. Myiq2xu says:

    Tune in to CSPAN for the GOP candidate forum in Hew Hampster.

  27. lyn says:

    Makin’ bacon …

  28. DeniseVB says:

    I’m giving up the Big Bang/ModernFamily block for the Cspan GOP forum right now. //snore. Meanwhile over in HillaryLand…

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  30. DeniseVB says:

    I LOL’d this…..

  31. lyn says:

    I didn’t know this.

    • leslie says:

      Thanks, Dandy! I just had a message from my favorite brother about Glo-bull Warning and the stupidity of the GOP. So I just sent him this. 😉

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