- Michele Bachmann
- Newt Gingrich
- Jon Huntsman
- Ron Paul
- Rick Perry
- Mitt Romney
- Rick Santorum
- Gary Johnson
- Fred Karger
- Andy Martin
- Jimmy McMillan
- Tom Miller
- Buddy Roemer
- Matt Snyder
- Vern Wuensche
Isn't that what was said about Herman Cain, who was the frontrunner for a while?
Isn't that what was said about Newt Gingrich, current frontrunner, when most of his campaign staff deserted him this past summer?
Isn't that what Ron Paul supporters say about every other candidate?
Isn't that what every other candidate's supporters say about Ron Paul?
This is where Donald Trump screwed up. When most of the big names declined to show, he canceled. He should have invited the lesser-known candidates to show up. Who knows? We might be seeing Jimmy McMillan or Vern Muensche leading in Iowa.
We need to have a debate where all the candidates show up. That would be interesting. Imagine hearing this exchange:
Chris Wallace: Mr. McMillan, how would you handle the threat of a nuclear Iran?That would be fun. But perhaps I'm being unfair to Chris Wallace.
Jimmy McMillan: The rent is too damn high! I say it again, the rent is too damn high!
Gary Johnson: Let me add, Chris, that the war on drugs has caused the rent to rise.
Buddy Roemer: The high rent favors the 1%.
Chris Wallace: Can I just go back to asking questions of Newt and Mitt? Please?
Plus, we could actually have Obama there in a dunking booth. Whenever there's a question about Obama, the participant can either answer the question, or get a ball to throw at the plunger, trying to dunk Obama in a tank. With sharks. With frikkin' laser beams.
We would be glad to sponsor such a debate, as long as someone else will pay for it, but still put our name on it. Here's what we need: a venue, a moderator, and a panel.
So, what ideas have you to make the debates more fun?