February 27, 2016

The Fox News Sunday's host, Chris Wallace didn't mince words when he joined Bill O'Reilly, Friday night. He saw what the rest of the world saw and expressed his disbelief that that WA an actual debate.

O'Reilly: Now in the debate last night there was a lot of raucous behavior, a cacophony. Did it mean anything?

Wallace: Let me just say, big picture, I thought it was an embarrassment for the Republican party. There were a lot of shots taken a lot of shots scored, but there was precious little vision and almost no discussion of the issues. What are you going to do, how are you going to improve people's lives?

And if you saw someone acting presidentially on that stage, you got better eyesight, Bill, than I do.

BillO's response was that John Kasich was the voice of reason, which, is not going to help anybody.

They went on to try and analyze the entire fiasco after that, but Wallace's opening statements were devastating.

It doesn't bode well for the GOP, when people see this type of behavior between presidential candidates on a national stage.

And as Sarah P., noted, at one point Carson even implored for someone to attack him so he would get called on.

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