Wow, last night’s GOP debate was pretty boring, right? That’s what Glenn thought, and he really didn’t see any candidate who “hit the ball out of the park”. He gave his reaction to the debate on radio this morning.
“Pawlenty, stiff; Santorum, a little too forceful probably,” Glenn said. “Ron Paul's like, ‘I don't really care. I ‑‑ you're lucky I'm wearing pants tonight’.”
Stu and Glenn liked a lot of what Herman Cain had to say, but he also had some of the worst answers in the debate. When asked about Afghanistan he said he couldn’t really answer without seeing the intelligence, but as Stu pointed out “But we can't put you in the Oval Office without any indication of where you're going.”
Cain said during the debate, “ My point is the experts and their advice and their input would be the basis for me making that decision.”
“There is the problem. The experts. You are the president of the United States and you have to be the expert. You have to have some sense in your gut from watching this,” Glenn said.
“It took about ten years for our nation to find sea legs. Afghanistan, we've been there long enough. If you can't put it together, you never will. Bye‑bye. Now, if you don't have a sense of either that or we have to rededicate ourselves and say we are in this for the long haul but we're going to redouble our efforts there and I'm going to double the number of troops that are ‑‑ whatever your answer is, you as a citizen, if you don't have an answer within the ‑‑ within these ten years of how you feel about Afghanistan, knowing with the caveat, if I get into the Oval Office and there's information here that I don't know, well, then this may change. But as a citizen watching from the outside, this is what I believe,” Glenn said on Afghanistan.
“I don't think anyone expects that sort of detail but have a general vibe I think is important,” Stu added.
Highlights from the debate are below (courtesy of The Blaze)
Herman Cain on never holding office:
On candidates who weren't there:
Johnson discussing legalizing marijuana:
Ron Paul wants to legalize pretty much everything:
Santorum on Radical Islam:
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