GOP wants next debate to be like Star Trek Gladiator Games



I was reading an article which suggested that GOP insiders wanted the next debate to have fewer participants, so the top anti-Trump contenders would have more time to focus on attacking Trump. Then I realized what this reminded me of: the classic Star Trek episode Gamesters of Triskelion!

In that episode the well coiffed Captain Kirk (Donald Trump), the foreign born Mr. Chekov (Ted Cruz), and the soft-spoken African-American Lt. Uhura (Ben Carson), beam down to a planet where the population is enslaved and forced to fight in gladiator games. The civilization is run by three intelligent sponge creatures called Providers who want to see Kirk (Trump) beaten down, led by a yellow sponge (Karl Rove), a red sponge (Reince Priebus) and a green sponge (Mitch McConnell). They force Kirk (Trump) to fight gladiator style, three one on one, with the battle moderated by an stern, emotionless being named Galt (Megyn Kelly) who has energy blasts spurting out of his eyes.

When one of blue skinned Andorian thralls is wounded (Rick Perry) or defeated (Scott Walker), they are quickly replaced with another. The final battle pits Kirk (Trump) against three opponents, a tall, beefy brute named Lars (Jeb Bush), a handsome young man who tried to rape Uhura (Marco Rubio), and Shanna, an artificial looking slave girl with a tin foil brassiere (Carly Fiorina). Kirk (Trump) even has a scene with Shanna (Carly) where he shows her her reflection and tells her what a beautiful face she has!
Providers "bet" on the outcome with "quatloos" (contributions to Super PACS), funding opponents (Perry, Bush, Walker) with millions of quatloos for their battles.

The uncertain terms of the next Republican debate are setting off a wave of anxiety among middle and bottom tier campaigns, with several lashing out at the Republican National Committee for failing to provide clarity on how many candidates will appear on stage.

A senior adviser to another Republican candidate also expressed suspicion that the party was looking to winnow the field of candidates. “Insiders in Washington want to limit the debates because they want their two favorites, Bush and Rubio, to take on Donald Trump,” the adviser said. “They’re whispering in [RNC Chairman] Reince Priebus’s ear that, ‘The stage is too big, make it smaller.’”

I would argue that Carly is also one of their new favorites, which would make it three to one. I applaud the idea of fewer participants in the debates, though of course not their reason for calling for one. If they can winnow down the opposition to Trump to one major candidate, then perhaps I can write an article comparing it to time Kirk fought the low-energy reptilian Gorn (Jeb Bush), the shrill Janice Lester (Carly), or Balok, the baby-faced alien (Marco Rubio).



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