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August 24, 2023
Vivek Ramaswamy vs. Nikki Haley was a highlight of the GOP Debate and we NEED a 1-on-1 foreign policy debate
I hate cable news debates. If there are more than three people on stage and they agree on 90% of the topics, it's not a debate. It's a glorified joint press conference. Raise your hand if you support cheese, and ZOMG did [candidate A] hear what [candidate B] said about you on social media?!
Now that platforms like Rumble are decimating the cable news industry, we don't need these joint press conferences anymore. We can have one-on-one debates anywhere in America at any time. All we need is an internet connection and a dispute. That's why I want to see a full 1-on-1 debate between Nikki Haley and Vivek Ramaswamy on foreign policy.
One that is serious and sober on their two conflicting ideologies. And not just screaming over each other.
Me personally? I have a hard time wrapping my head around foreign policy other than smug European countries need to start picking up their portion of defense spending. Overall, there seem to be a lot of sh*tty choices and at any given time we have to decide on which is the less sh*tty. This is why I blog and don't run for president.
And I know not everyone wants to hear this, but there are still an above-average amount of primary voters who skew in Haley's direction more than Vivek's. She got cheered and he got booed last night by the audience more than any of us online would expect.
So instead of five minutes of cheap content, let's get a FULL HOUR between two candidates who represent polar opposite philosophies in the Republican party. Vivek says we are giving too much to Ukraine. Haley says we are not giving enough. Give each candidate ample time to show their work and challenge the other person.
Let's hear someone who has foreign policy experience (Haley was Donald Trump's Ambassador to the UN) versus an outsider who sees what's not working and thinks we should tackle it another way. There are a ton of voters who go back and forth depending on the specific issue. Convince them you're right.
And convince voters WHY you're running for president. Haley's entire campaign so far has been "Hey, maybe I'll get lucky in the state I was a governor." And it feels more and more like Vivek is running to become a MAGA celebrity. He called Trump the greatest president of the 21st century. Great... so why are you running against him?
Let's see Vivek vs. Haley on foreign policy. Let's see a governor vs. a senator/vice president on draining the swamp. 2024 is the most important election of our lifetime. We need to treat the primary as if it is. That means getting off of the tired and failed cable TV model.
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