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CBS Republican debate transcript – part 1

CBS News Republican Presidential Debate Transcript Rushed Partial Transcript FEBRUARY 13, 2016 ANNOUNCER: 09:00:43:00 Tonight, live from the Peace Center in Greenville, South Carolina, CBS News brings you the Republican presidential debate. (APPLAUSE) (CHEERING) JOHN DICKERSON: 09:00:55:00 Good evening. I’m John Dickerson. This holiday weekend as America honors our first president, we’re about to hear from six men who hope to be the 45th. Candidates for the Republican nomination are […]

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CBS Republican Debate Transcript- Part 2

CBS News Republican Presidential Debate Transcript Rushed Partial Transcript: Part Two FEBRUARY 13, 2016 JOHN DICKERSON: 09:18:22:00 Senator Rubio, (CHEERING) (APPLAUSE) just– 30 seconds on this question, Senator Rubio. Are those the questions you would ask? SEN. MARCO RUBIO: 09:18:31:00 No. I think there are three major threats that you want to immediately get on top of. Number one is, what are we doing in the Asia Pacific region, where […]

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Republican Debate ‘Cage Fight’ at Peace Center in Greenville, SC

It is Ironic that the most important Republican debate of the election would be taking place in this quaint upstate South Carolina town known for its southern charm, sweet tea and hospitality.  Greenville is about to host a gloves off, no holds barred, cage match at the ‘Peace Center’ for the GOP nomination between Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio for the Presidency of the United States. We were […]

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A Not so Sweet Southerners View on Greenville, SC Republican Debate

What will Greenville’s GOP debate leave us with?  A good ole fashion southern show down or a dance all around the issues hoe down? When some teens who will be voting soon were asked their thoughts on this year’s election they said “they didn’t really care who won as long as French fries got back into school.”  Too bad Christie dropped, that could have been a first year guarantee.  Fiorina […]

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1984 was a strange year. That combination of youth and semi-bipolar that causes one to volunteer on an ambulance for 100 hours a week, plus the not-infrequent paying job. Between that and childbirth, some years later, I still need the occasional nap. I was Queen of Odd Jobs, in the early-80’s. I did inventory. I did home healthcare. I gave out samples of Diet Pepsi, with this hot new product […]