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Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by thaddeus, Oct 3, 2012.
He looked like a sluggish confused punching bag out there.
He was the junior senator in 2008. IMO, nothing has changed.
I was no Romney fan before, but damn he just got my attention.
I told my wife that I wish Romney would nail The Obomination but expected that the questions would be loaded and Romney wouldn't come on very strong. She said was going in the other room as she didn't care to see it. I was wrong and she never got to leave the room. Romney nailed The Obomination's but to the wall.
The President seemed helpless without a teleprompter and just not used to answering difficult answers after years of coddling by the media. He kept looking to the moderator for help, but to little avail because Romney largely took control of the debate.
Yes, he did!
I think libs over at the huff po are about to jump off the 9th floor after that debate spend some time reading the comments has made my day
I guess y'all watched a different debate than the rest of the world watched.
For a moment, memories of Baghdad Bob came flashing back...
Really? Tell us why are the libs having a melt down on MSNBC among others?
......... 25% said obama won.... you must be one of the 25%... that ain't the rest of the world.
even the liberal news polls have it at better than 2-1 Romney.
You must really be out there
Does the Disorient Express have any stops in reality on it's schedule?
Not a single pro-O comment on FB.
It looks like the generic talking point from the Democrats will be that Obama was too busy running the country to study up for the debate, and that the weight of office may have tired him as well.
Given the physical and mental duress he is under, I think it is incumbent upon us to send him on a long, long, looonnnnnnng vacation...
Tonight was a sea change. After the debate I watched the liberal "reporter" Candy Crowley changing course and pinning spinmeister David Axelrod down by repeatedly asking him, "What went wrong, David".
At every turn Axelrod tried repeating Obama's talking points and Crowley wouldn't have any of it. If CNN is starting to turn on Obama (and I read that its investigation into the Libyan assassinations are straightforward) we may hopefully see the beginning of the Obama Media meltdown.
So now the big question is who among the Radical Left mainstream media will be the first person to demand answers to the Libyan assassinations, Fast and Furious, the suppression of military votes, and a number of other scandals.
Normally debates are back-and-forth, give-and-take affairs, with both candidates fairly well-prepared. Not this time; this was an old-fashioned wood shed beating. Anyone who thinks Obama was anything but humiliated wasn't watching very carefully.
Think I'm biased? Take a look around the Twitterworld; none of the below people are who I would consider right-wing extremists:
Bill Maher: "I can't believe I'm saying this, but Obama looks like he DOES need a teleprompter"
Chris Matthew: "What was Romney doing, he was winning!"
Michael Moore: "This is what happens when u pick John Kerry as your debate coach."
Peter Beinart: "Can david axelrod call a timeout?"
David Gregory: "One hour in Romney is far more energetic and aggressive than the President."
Andrew Sullivan: "How is closing statement so f---ing sad, confused and lame? He choked. He lost."
This debate was on the KEY issue and a lot of people watched and it will change some minds. However, Obama will not be as unprepared for the second one. Romney needs to keep the momentum.
"He's trying to talk to a chainsaw."--James Carville, CNN