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Colo. 150 feet higher than a mile in the sky amid Coors Light mountains Breathe deep potential leaders CNBC’s Rick Santelli and Jim Cramer are sitting just a few feet away There is only so much oxygen to go around 1 minute The first challenge is physical not verbal Each candidate is introduced: Do they wave nod or both Ohio Gov John Kasich with his hair sticking up like he just woke from a nap dives right in with a nod and wave Most join him But former Florida Gov Jeb Bush former Arkansas Gov Mike Huckabee and Florida Sen Marco Rubio limit themselves to nods Smart move Conserving energy Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina outsmarts them all Nothing No nod No wave She is a rock staring into the camera into the souls of America her face frozen in time 2 minutes First question is a conversation starter: What is your biggest weakness “Good question” says Kasich before walking all over it He launches an attack on neurosurgeon Ben Carson and developer Donald Trump “We are on the verge perhaps of picking someone who cannot do this job” he says as he hints at their policy plans without naming names This is smart too because if he names them they get to respond 3 minutes Several other candidates make the mistake of actually trying to answer the question Huckabee says he “tries to live by the rules” Bush says “I can’t fake anger” He means that he is optimistic but it comes out like an apology for being a lousy candidate Rubio immediately follows saying basically what Bush was trying to say but cogently with flair You can almost hear the patriotic soundtrack as he says “Our greatest days lie ahead” 5 minutes Trump says he is too trusting and he never forgives This sounds like a threat but it’s not clear where it’s aimed Carson doing his best impersonation of Carson says his weakness is he never really wanted to be President until people pressured him to run Fiorina has a quip She says she was told she did not smile enough in the first debate She smiles barely Still conserving energy See Ben Carson’s Life in Photos An early childhood photograph of Ben Carson Courtesy of Ben Carson Campaign Ben Carson’s graduation from Southwestern High School Detroit circa 1969 Courtesy of Ben Carson Campaign Ben Carson with his mother Sonya and his future wife Candy after his graduation from Yale University circa 1973 Courtesy of Ben Carson Campaign Dr Donlin Long director of neurosurgery left and Dr Ben Carson director of pediatric neurosurgery at John Hopkins Hospital with brain model of the Siamese twins separated in a 22-hour surgery at Hopkins Sept 7 1987 in Baltimore Fred Kraft—AP Dr Ben Carson shares his personal story with middle school students on March 17 2000 in Roswell NM Aaron J Walker—AP Dr Dennis Rohner Dr Beat Hammer Dr Ivan Ng Dr Ben Carson Prof Walter Tan and Dr Keith Goh rehearse an operation to separate conjoined twins Ladan and Laleh Bijani from Iran at Raffles Hospital on July 5 2003 in Singapore Reuters Dr Keith Goh (left) adjusts the frame on conjoined twins Ladan and Laleh Bijani as Dr Ben Carson observes the start of neurosurgery proceedings at the Raffles Hospital on July 6 2003 in Singapore Getty Images Ten-year-old Indian twins Sabah and Farah sit beside Ben Carson (C) Managing Director Apollo Hospital New Delhi Anne Marie Moncure their father Shakeel (L) their brother (R) and senior child specialist of Apollo Hospital Dr Anupan Sibal on Oct 4 2005 in New Delhi Raveendran—AFP/Getty Images George W Bush presents a Presidential Medal of Freedom to Ben Carson for his work with neurological disorders on June 19 2008 at the White House in Washington Alex Wong—Getty Images Ben Carson officially announces his candidacy for President of the United States on May 4 2015 in Detroit Bill Pugliano—Getty Images Ben Carson poses for a photo during the Iowa Republican Party’s Lincoln Dinner on May 16 2015 in Des Moines Iowa Charlie Neibergall—AP Ben Carson speaks during the Energizing America Gala at the 2015 Southern Republican Leadership Conference May 22 2015 in Oklahoma City Okla Alex Wong—Getty Images Ben Carson at a political fund-raiser for GOP candidates on June 6 2015 in Boone Iowa Jabin Bostford—The Washington Post/Getty Images Republican presidential candidates from left Chris Christie Marco Rubio Ben Carson Scott Walker Donald Trump Jeb Bush Mike Huckabee Ted Cruz Rand Paul and John Kasich take the stage for the first Republican presidential debate on Aug 6 2015 in Cleveland Andrew Harnik—AP Ben Carson prays during church services at Maple Street Missionary Baptist Church on Aug 16 2015 in Des Moines Iowa Justin Sullivan—Getty Images Ben Carson rides the Sky Glider with a reporter while touring the Iowa State Fair on Aug 16 2015 in Des Moines Iowa Justin Sullivan—Getty Images Ben Carson and his wife Candy on Aug 18 2015 in Phoenix Ross D Franklin—AP Ben Carson is greeted by supporters at a rally on Aug 27 2015 in Little Rock Ark Danny Johnston—AP Ben Carson at a service at Maple Street Missionary Baptist Church on Aug 16 2015 in Des Moines Daniel Acker—Bloomberg/Getty Images 1 of 19 Advertisement 7 minutes Cruz claims he is too agreeable which is a joke that means he is not agreeable New Jersey Gov Chris Christie and Kentucky Sen Rand Paul get back with the program and ignore the question Christie attacks Democrats Rand says he will be filibustering the bipartisan budget bill on Thursday “I ask everyone in America to call Congress tomorrow and say enough is enough” he says 9 minutes Trump who doesn’t like tough questions gets a tough question CNBC’s John Harwood lists off the unlikely policies Trump has embraced from deporting 11 million people forcing Mexico to pay for a border wall and improving the economy with “your greatness” “Is this a comic-book version of a presidential campaign” 10 minutes “No not a comic book” Trump says who goes on to demonstrate all the ways this debate is basically a comic book Harwood tries again He says serious economists think the Trump tax plan has as much chance of causing an economic boom as Trump has of “flying away from that podium by flapping your arms” Trump has a very nice Boeing jet He doesn’t need to flap his arms And besides CNBC is basically a comic book too “You have to get rid of Larry Kudlow” Trump says of the CNBC commentator “who came out the other day and said ‘I love Trump’s tax plan’” Win for Trump 12 minutes The moderators now try to get Carson to admit his tax plan which is to set everyone’s taxes at about 15% makes no sense “It works out very well” he says and then chaos breaks out “I want to comment on this This is fantasy” shouts out Kasich He wins the floor “Folks we’ve got to wake up” he continues “We cannot elect somebody that doesn’t know how to do the job” It’s no longer a comic book It has become a fantasy Or a dream Or a nightmare Can anyone wake up 16 minutes Trump will not stand for this so he starts insulting Kasich “This was the man that was a managing general partner at Lehman Brothers when it went down the tubes and almost took every one of us with it including Ben and myself” Trump says “So you know what You can have him” 17 minutes Carson still wants to answer the question he got about his tax plan He tries to do some quick math on the fly “If you’re talking about an $18 trillion economy you’re talking about a 15% tax on your gross domestic product You’re talking about $27 trillion We have a budget closer to $35 trillion” he says “But if you also apply that same 15% to several other things including corporate taxes and including the capital gains taxes you make that amount up pretty quickly” 19 minutes Fiorina has some numbers of her own “We now have a 73000-page tax code” she says “There have been more than 4000 changes to the tax plan since 2001 alone” Then she says she will shrink the code “Three pages is about the maximum that a single business owner or a farmer or a couple can understand without hiring somebody” she says Is that true Depends on the farmer perhaps Also depends on the comic-book fantasy and who is having the nightmare 20 minutes Now the moderators pick on Rubio “You’re skipping more votes than any Senator to run for President” says CNBC’s Carl Quintanilla “Why not slow down” Rubio is ready Like all his answers he delivers it calmly and smoothly He points out that every Senator who has ever run for President in the modern era has missed a lot of votes including John McCain and Barack Obama “This is another example of the double standard that exists in this country between the mainstream media and the conservative movement” Rubio says For the first time in the night the audience erupts in applause Rubio wins 23 minutes Bush can’t fake anger but he has to fake aggression So he interrupts to attack Rubio on his voting record as if the audience had not just ended the discussion “You can campaign or just resign and let someone else take the job” he says It sounds ham-handed and Rubio pounces “I don’t remember you ever complaining about John McCain’s vote record” Rubio says “The only reason why you’re doing it now is because we’re running for the same position and someone has convinced you that attacking me is going to help you” Dead to rights Applause again The pupil has bested his mentor Bush is speechless 28 minutes Cruz is asked a policy question about the budget deal that is headed for passage in Congress But he erupts in a not very agreeable way attacking the moderators for not asking more about policy “This is not a cage match” Cruz says “How about talking about the substantive issue people care about” Quintanilla points out he just asked a substantive question But Cruz won’t stop his rant “The questions that are being asked shouldn’t be trying to get people to tear into each other” he says as his time expires The moderators move on with the same substantive question for Paul who gives a substantive answer See Ted Cruz’s Life in Photos Rafael Bienvenido Cruz with Rafael Edward "Ted" Cruz as an infant early 1970s Ted Cruz Campaign A young Ted Cruz 1970s Ted Cruz Campaign Ted Cruz in high school at Second Baptist School in Houston late 1980s Ted Cruz Campaign Ted Cruz and David Panton debate teammates and close friends at Princeton University in Princeton NJ on June 5 1992 Robert P Matthews—Princeton University Ted Cruz on election night at Harvard Law School in Cambridge Mass on Nov 3 1992 Ted Cruz Campaign Ted Cruz Solicitor General of Texas addresses the press outside the Supreme Court after defending the redistricting of Texas in Washington on March 1 2006 Kevin Clark—Washington Post/Getty Images Republican Senate nominee Ted Cruz talks to a crowd of local supporters at the Taylor County Republican Headquarters in Abilene Texas on Oct 18 2012 Joy Lewis—AP Ted Cruz Republican candidate for US Senate holds hands with his wife Heidi Cruz as he watches polls with his campaign team friends and family May 29 2012 Nick de la Torre—AP Republican candidate for US Senate Ted Cruz left raises his hand with his father Rafael right while holding his daughter Caroline during a victory speech after being elected in Houston on Nov 6 2012 David J Phillip—AP Ted Cruz speaks during the Republican National Convention at the Tampa Bay Times Forum in Tampa Fla, “He is a good man.

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