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MY PREDICTION - Obama's New Debate Strategy
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[quote:PravdaDemocrat:MV8yMDExOTk4XzMzODA4NjA1XzZBMzU1QTJE] Obama's problem is that he now has a RECORD to defend, that is indefensible. He can't just shuck and jive his way out of answering questions, like he did in 2008, and tried to do in the debate disaster. [b]HE IS SUPPOSED TO BE THE LEADER.[/b] And he has no idea HOW to lead. [/quote]
In the next two debates, Obama will take a page from the book of his much-admired role model: Ronald Reagan.
In the 1984 presidential race, Reagan had to debate Michael Dukakis who had actually hosted a popular debate show out of Boston in the 1970s.
Dukakis threw every fact in the book at Reagan, but Reagan would just shake his head, smile that idiotic smile of his, and utter something like "There he goes again!" ( which he'd used against a much smarter man, Jimmy Carter, in 1980).
Ronald Reagan had a terrible relationship with truth. He lied with a charming smile on his face, doing his best to disarm and dismiss smarter and more competent men who opposed him.
He once uttered a revealing Freudian slip. Intending to say "Facts are stubborn things" he said: "Facts are stupid things."
Ronald Reagan served two terms as president.
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