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30 min. into debate, Romney is shredding Obama to tiny little pieces

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Zombie Surgeon, Oct 3, 2012.

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  1. Rabbi

    Rabbi The Bombdiggity Lifetime Member

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    I dont fault you for seeing it that way. In some ways, I agree. I really dont agree with the "puppet" thing though. Obama should prove the point that POTUS can do a lot...(of damage)

    I would frame the question like this, You will HAVE to live with one of those "lesser of two evils" that is a fact. Maybe that makes it a little more important to you.
     
  2. Peace Warrior

    Peace Warrior Am Yisrael Chai CLM

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    Reminded me of the last klinton-reagan debate.
     

  3. .264 magnum

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    In a number of metrics MA is number one in education. Bang for the buck - likely not, PSAT scores, hard to argue with.
     
  4. Just proves Clint Eastwood was ahead of his time...debating an empty chair...:rofl:
     
  5. Rabbi

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    Clinton-Reagan you say?

    Awesome, just awesome. You are like Biden...or herpes. The gift that keeps giving.
     
  6. :supergrin:.....rut rooo.
     
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  8. Peace Warrior

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    So if one cannot in good conscience vote for the lesser of two evils as presented, one should choose not to vote at all, so as to not vote, by proxy, for "the really bad guy."

    yeah, that makes sense... :upeyes:
     
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  9. 427

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    When did Clinton and Reagan debate?
     
  10. Slug71

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    Well depending on the next two debates my mind might change.
    The only 'thanks' I want is from my daughter though. My decision ultimately affects her life.
     
  11. tsmo1066

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    Reagan and Clinton?

    I believe you mean Reagan and Carter.
     
  12. Peace Warrior

    Peace Warrior Am Yisrael Chai CLM

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    I was wrong, I meant karter-reagan.

    The last that is. The first one reagan lost, but the last one he blew karter away, IMO.
    :yawn: (Same thing over and over...)
     
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  13. Detectorist

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    Mitt will win every debate. Obama does not have a record to stand on.
     
  14. Peace Warrior

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    D'oh!
     
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  15. .264 magnum

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    Oh man my spleen hurts!
     
  16. frank4570

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    WOW! One of the guys on CNN said, "Obama showed up to have a conversation with the american people. But to have a conversation requires both sides to participate. Mitt Romney showed up with a chainsaw."

    Dang, go romney.
     
  17. 427

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    You can vote for the guy who has the best chance to beat Obama, vote for a non-viable third party, or cut out the middleman and vote for Obama.

    Those are the choices.
     
  18. Woofie

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    "Because" isn't much of an answer.
     
  19. .264 magnum

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    It does. Think of it like this. Obama wins and 2/3 more leftist will be appointed to The Supreme Court. Romney wins and maybe it's zero leftists and maybe even a demi-conservative or two.

    That matters to you, me and your daughter. Supremes are the gift that gives and gives for decades.
     
  20. Rabbi

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    The most surprising thing about this is how the left knows it. That is not how this stuff tends to work.

    My knee jerk reation to that is "the left" isnt very much in love with their guy.
     
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