I tried to have polls at my blog before, but something went technically wrong with Polldaddy.
Now, I am trying again.
About United States Republican Party presidential candidates, who had their second TV debate some hours ago.
The question in the poll is not: Which candidate do you prefer? It is: Who do you expect to get the nomination?
Insulting, demeaning… Wednesday night’s Republican presidential debate in Simi Valley, California undoubtedly left many viewers struggling for the right term to describe a television spectacle of a frightfully degraded character: here.
FOR SOME CONSERVATIVES, SUPPORTING RYAN FOR SPEAKER SPELLS TROUBLE AT HOME The far-right base is spitting venom at members of the House Freedom Caucus for supporting Paul Ryan for speaker of the House. [WaPo]
Media commentary and analysis of the third Republican presidential debate, held Wednesday night in Boulder, Colorado, has focused mainly on the horse-race aspects of the contest for the Republican nomination: which candidates “won” and which “lost,” which candidate expected to pick up big money support (Marco Rubio, from casino billionaire Sheldon Adelson), which candidates may be soon forced out of the race (Rand Paul, Chris Christie): here.