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#NeverHillary Lost During CNN Wisconsin Town Halls

The Wisconsin town hall hosted and broadcast by CNN was billed as an opportunity for real Wisconsin Republican Primary voters to put questions about the issues they care about to the candidates. 

But as we’ve seen with most of the other media-controlled “debates,” what we got was questions about Twittter, should a guy no one ever heard of until six months ago be fired from a job with a campaign and who said what about whose wife first. 

CNN Town HallThese are not questions real America cares about. 

Don’t get us wrong – we don’t blame Ted Cruz for being furious about the Trump campaign’s attacks on his wife, and his reaction is understandable and completely appropriate. 

John Kasich thinks his campaign manager is “tweet-happy?” That insight will undoubtedly help voters decide which candidate will rally Western Civilization to win the war Islam has declared on us. 

Trump’s campaign manager has been charged, but not convicted, of simple assault for grabbing a reporter – and Trump chooses to stand by him – what does that tell us? That Trump is a loyal friend, that jerks hang together, that Trump is so dependent on Lewandowski he can’t let him go, that Trump believes you’re innocent until proven guilty? 

If Lewandowski was a star for the Green Bay Packers people in Wisconsin would care. No one outside the professional political world ever heard of Cory Lewandowski until six months ago, and unless he has family there, no one in Wisconsin cares what happens to the guy. 

But as Republican Primary voters they care mightily about jobs, the economy, terrorism and national security, the conservative cultural agenda and putting the federal government back within strict constitutional limits. 

And they care about beating Hillary Clinton in November. 

However, instead of knowing what the candidates think about Hillary Clinton’s email or her position on the issue du jour we do now know what Ted Cruz’s preferred snacks are: "Between cookies and cheese, you could have a great party there." 

The best one can say about that question was that it offered further proof of how quick on his feet Cruz is, since he managed to work “cheese,” the signature product of Wisconsin, into the answer. 

Or maybe he really likes cheese, but who cares? 

In his book TAKEOVER CHQ Chairman Richard Viguerie devoted an entire chapter to the outrageous stupidity the Republican Party has displayed in handing over their presidential primary debates to the establishment media.  

In “The Party of Stupid Puts the Media in Charge of Their Debates” Mr. Viguerie said:

If the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over while expecting a different result, welcome to the nut house of the establishment media-sponsored Republican presidential debates. 

What would you call a political party that hands the power to set the agenda during its presidential primaries to its sworn enemies in the liberal media, then doubles down to give the power to set the agenda in the waning days of the general election to a self-perpetuating “commission” of Washington, DC, progressive insiders? 

Some people might call that the national Republican Party— 

I call it the Party of Stupid. 

The purpose of the Republican primaries is for the Republican Party and its adherents to choose the candidate that best represents the Party’s platform – and is most likely to defeat the Democrat.  

Nothing that we saw Tuesday night told us anything about how Trump, Cruz or Kasich is going to defeat Hillary or Bernie and restore limited constitutional government. 

In the aftermath of CNN’s “town hall” one has to ask again, why, despite years of evidence of the folly of giving that much power to the establishment media, did the RNC agree to let its candidates be subject to a three-hour long influence operation aimed at trivializing the remaining Republican presidential candidates on national TV? The only answer is that the establishment GOP remains the Party of Stupid.

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AMEN!

"...If the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over while expecting a different result, welcome to the nut house of the establishment media-sponsored Republican presidential debates.

What would you call a political party that hands the power to set the agenda during its presidential primaries to its sworn enemies in the liberal media, then doubles down to give the power to set the agenda in the waning days of the general election to a self-perpetuating “commission” of Washington, DC, progressive insiders?

Some people might call that the national Republican Party—

I call it the Party of Stupid..."

If we don't smarten up soon, we can kiss America goodbye!