Fox Business News has announced the lineups for next week’s GOP debate and surprise, surprise. Bible thumping Mike Huckabee and Chris “I never met a cupcake I didn’t like” Christie BOTH have been dropped from the Main Debate and moved to the kiddie table “undercard” debate of those running who have a snowballs chance in hell of snagging the nomination.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee have failed to qualify for the prime time Republican debate on November 10, making them the first top-tier candidates to be relegated to the undercard round, Fox Business Network announced Thursday. Meanwhile, former New York Governor George Pataki and South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham failed to qualify for the undercard debate, meaning they will not appear at all when Republicans gather in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, next week. Fox Business, the sponsors of the fourth GOP debate, had stipulated last month that candidates would need to average at least 2.5% in the four most recent national polls in order to qualify for the prime time debate at 9 p.m.
Lindseybelle failed to qualify for the undercard debate?
Whatever will Aaron Schock do with his paisley tux and what will Miss Lindsey do with her inaugural gown?
The National Black Church Initiative which “claims” it includes 34,000 African-American churches and represents 15.7 million black Americans (According to the 2012 U.S. census there are 38,929,319 African-Americans in the United States *cough* LIARS *cough* ) has announced the organization of security for its president, the Rev. Anthony Evans, in light of the shooting at the Family Research Council in Washington, D.C. last month, and to protect its leader from possibly being “harmed by the forces of evil that support same-sex marriage.
NBCI said in a recent statement: “The shooting underscores the violence that has plagued the same-sex marriage debate. The security measures are necessary to protect Rev. Evans and the NBCI stance for Christ and against same-sex marriage.”
The “Reverend” Evans is infamous in Washington DC for his anti-gay antics. At a 2010 D.C. Board of Elections and Ethics (BOEE) hearing , which concerned the proposed referendum on the recently passed marriage-equality bill. Evans demanded of the board members, ”Are you homosexual? Are any of your family members or friends homosexuals? Do you have any hatred in your heart towards the church? Do you have any hatred in your heart towards clergy? If you have answered yes to any of these questions, then you should excuse yourself from these proceedings….”