When the audience boo’s a candidate, that can’t be a good sign, can it? But in Saturdaynight’s Republican debate, one of Mr. Trump’s best moments was when he called out the audience’s bias (also known as buy-us) toward the candidates. Unlike the rest of the candidates who come with strings attached, Mr. Trump declared his independence from DOnors who tell candidates what or what not to do.
Another interesting event was classic in the political arena. There stood Senator Cruz after the scandal of the Iowa election and the other candidates (except Mr. Trump and Dr. Carson) did not stand up against these sordid ethics but rather chose to harass Senator Rubio who had honestly been improving in the polls. And when Mr. Trump stood up for Dr. Carson in his closing statement, he was met again by boo’s from Camp Cruz.
So what’s my point? When someone chooses to boo or harass you, welcome to the Honor Society. For candidates like Cruz and Clinton who actually do wrong are cheered while the right (pun absolutely intended) are boo’d.
I will consider this blog a success if anyone is booing me now.