Republican field update

Jeb Bush wants Margaret Thatcher on the 10 dollar bill, angering the Irish.

John Kasich wants Mother Teresa on the 10 dollar bill, angering Christopher Hitchens fans.

Bobby Jindal is making no deal of his Indian descent, which surely if he at least brought it up would get him above zero percent in the polls?

Scott WalkerScott Walker!

Marco Rubio and a Rand Paul proxy are apparently fist fighting.

Donald Trump and Carly Fiorina — which I guess is what people were watching for at the damned debate…

Fiorina, 61, is not averse to playing the chick card when it suits her. CNN debate moderator Jake Tapper confronted her with Trump’s words, as quoted in Rolling Stone magazine: “Look at that face. Would anyone vote for that? Can you imagine that, the face of our next president?’’ (Trump later said he was referring to her persona, not her appearance.)
“I think women all over this country heard very clearly what Mr. Trump said,’’ she replied crisply.
To that, Trump, 69, perhaps trying to put a lid on the sad contretemps, said, “I think she has a very beautiful face, and she’s a beautiful woman.’’

Apparently presidential candidates should be exciting.  Ben Carson not sticking the exclamation mark after his name, ala Jeb.  (Why he’s falling behind fellow never elected politico Fiorna in pursuit of never elected Trump?)

Chris Christie comes out for the clock inventor named Muhammad.  Good, but for this:
But Christie, a former U.S. attorney for New Jersey who has been hawkish about the need to protect America from terrorism, added that there is a fear across the country that has risen because President Obama, a Democrat, has not made citizens “feel safe.”

Handwriting expert analyzes candidates’ hand-writing.  By some coincidence, finds them to all match their public persona.  Sooo…. Ted Cruz?  “Determined and dogmatic”.  Hillary Clinton’s hand-writing shows she’s “controlling”.  Funny is that Bobby Jindal is feeling “isolated”… like, his campaign?

But less isolated than Jim Gilmore, who  wasn’t invited anywhere.  (George Pataki at least made Bill Maher, and this sets up a ripping debate on the Muhammad with a bomb – clock kid.)

Mike Huckabee going on about the homosexuals… trying to conjure up an “affirmative action” hire.  Rick Santorum compares Kim Davis to a noted victim of Columbine, the victim specially embraced by conservative Christians as martyr.

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