A preview of tomorrow’s/yesterday’s California GOP Senate primary debate

Yesterday (Friday) at the Los Angeles Museum of Tolerance, Chuck DeVore, Tom Campbell, and Carly Fiorina faced each other in a debate where the candidates were anything but tolerant of of one another;

Although occasional pot shots were taken at Campbell for being too liberal, the most heated exchanges were between DeVore and Fiorina, with DeVore pushing hard to establish himself as the only true conservative in the room.

Which he was (in my opinion anyway).

Fiorina, as usual, complains Chuck is “misrepresenting her”;

“Chuck DeVore usually gets his facts wrong about me,” Fiorina said after the debate. “I have been consistent in saying I don’t support amnesty, but until the federal government secures the border, there can’t be anything else to talk about.”

Read the above quote again. Either Jessica Terrell of the OC Register mis-quoted Fiorina, Carly flubbed her line, or she can’t think of anything else but amnesty. Hrmmm…

Tomorrow you’ll be able to see the whole thing on ABC at 11am PDT.

Here’s a sample;

By the way, rules for “The Drinking Game” are here, which are somewhet pro-Carly (they came from Carly flack Julie Soderlund), but as noted in the comments;

If Carly Fiorina says she knows how to “create jobs” the last person in the room to shout “yeah, in India” must finish their drink.

Crossposted

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About Erick Brockway

Living in Camarillo, CA, about 45 miles North of LA. I have a son, and two daughters. Working two jobs (welcome to California life), plus a (now retired) reservist in the US Navy Seabees so life is busy!
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3 Responses to A preview of tomorrow’s/yesterday’s California GOP Senate primary debate

  1. I am a secure the border first person too. As I learn more about the Arizona law, I am becoming concerned about giving up personal privacy and database access just in front of a preconceived plan by the current administration to implement amnesty.

    If that is true, then all the papers please legislation will be a loss of liberty with no gain in security.

    Hope I am wrong, but big government never ceases to amaze me in their attempted march over the cliff (the ill conceived patriot act and huge constitutional violations of same comes to mind here!)

    I think Fiorina has the edge here now and came across really well in the debates. This is a fascinating race in a very interesting season!

    Blessings/sc

  2. Stubborn_Facts says:

    I agree with you, Erick. I remember when Chuck Devore was on the floor of the CA legislature fighting it out on the budget question last year…he was tweeting about it.

    I wonder if you’ve seen this Human Events article? Pretty thorough.

    http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=36762

  3. I remember seeing this;

    “Obama Rides to Boxer’s Rescue,” blared the headline of a story in the April 20 Washington Times. The story went on to say that far-left California Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer this year faces the “toughest race of her career.”

    And thinking “Help her the way you helped Coakley!”

    Good article!

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