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GOP Race Has More Drama than Reality TV

Friday, 16 Dec 2011 03:06 PM

By S.E. Cupp

As 2011 wraps up and we look back on the campaign preseason, the ups and downs of what’s been a colorful GOP presidential primary have given us plenty of hilarious, bizarre, cringeworthy, and stomach-churning moments, some deserving of the worst (or maybe I mean best?) train-wreck television.

Herman Cain’s alleged sexual misconduct sagas seemed perfectly scripted for Jerry Springer. All that was missing was the chair-throwing and an eleventh-hour paternity test.

The pseudoserious and fully sanctimonious “probe” into the one-time name of Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s ranch might as well have played out on Geraldo Rivera, circa 1988, with an ugly cast of white supremacists and skinheads.

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