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Wednesday, October 03, 2012

How many lies

Will Obama spew out in tonight's debate?

Just about every fucking line he utters, I'd say.

UPDATE:  Wow....  Romney has laid into Obama a couple of times, and damn hard.  Thank goodness.  I was afraid he wouldn't swing when he had the chance.

Update 2:  Obama must think that only teachers are unemployed, because that's all he's mentioning.

Update to the Update:  I feel a hell of a lot better about Mitt Romney after tonight.  He took Obama to the woodshed and exposed him for the empty, pathetic piece of brainless shit that he is.  Obama was physically begging for his TelePromTer after about twenty minutes.  "Uh, uh, uh, well, Mitt Romney wants to kill uh, uh, old women and uh, uh, uh, children!"

I hope the next two debates are like this.

5 comments:

Competitive Advantage said...

I could still remember when Obama had a lot something to say before he was declared as the President of the United States. The promises he made for the country that was buried on the ground, where we didn't see any changes among citizens, hence, the economy faced its downfall. Now, the election is near and our votes are important. Let's choose the right leader for our country. And I don't think if Obama is still the ideal leader for all of us.

Anonymous said...

This was Obama's first ever legitimate debate. For years, the guy has been codddled, and he has never had to answer for his agenda. I have read some Liberal blogs this morning, and they are screaming about how Obama didn't defend himself. Outraged. Now they know what it's like to be a Republican, and watch John McCain's moronic and inept campaign, where he attacked talk radio hosts harder than he attacked Obama. Romney's campaign, for that matter, was pretty anemic up until last night.

Be cautious through. The media is going to spin this once they have had some time to digest it. They got caught off guard last night, but they'll make up a narrative for it.

Ragin' Dave said...

Or they'll skew the polls in Obama's favor and claim that the debate didn't mean much.

Anonymous said...

It's always fun to see the incredibly rare occasion where politics is allowed to exist in its natural state because the media gets completely caught off guard by something. Unfortunately, they have an uncanny talent for spinning and revising history once they have huddled up and gotten their plan straight. Set buckle up and get ready for the massive coounterattack.

Crotalus said...

I'm waiting to see Ryan mop the floor with Biden. >:-D