Is this just a case of candidates saying the most outlandish bull shit to gin up their base of supporters so that they can look good in the polls, knowing full well that the things they say now, have no basis on how they'd plan to govern? There is such a danger in poking that tiger that it should be noted that the anti-gun control rhetoric of 2010 and before caused a crazed man to shoot and kill people gathered to hear Arizona Congresswoman Gabby Giffords speak. That attack resulted in Congresswoman Giffords suffering brain damage and life threatening injuries herself. Extreme pandering is not a game, it can rile up the wrong people to wrong action.
I don't want to understate what I am about to say. I want to anyone reading this to fully understand my points. The only person on that stage last night who made ANY sense, who talked somewhat rationally was John Kasich. I don't take what I say lightly. I can honestly say that I am not sold on any candidate on either side of the aisle right now, I have issues with just about all of them. I say just about all because quite honestly I cannot name ALL of them. It is just way too many to track all and take all of them seriously.
Please Americans, please, don't swallow the crap being said at these debates, look at the records of the people who vie to lead you. If I were to need brain surgery, I would never choose Donald Trump over Ben Carson to do that surgery. If I were to need business advice I would never choose Dr Carson over Donald Trump. If I honestly believed that this country was in need of professional leadership, professional governmental leadership, why would I want a doctor or a businessman to TRY and figure it out, on the fly? We had a "businessman" as President for 8 years already; how did THAT work out for us?