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Maybe Obama wasn't so bad last night...

 
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Maybe Obama wasn't so bad last night...
Maybe one of the reasons Obama looked so terrible is that Romney's performance was one for the ages. Romney gave what might have been the most remarkable debate performance in the history of modern presidential races.

Romney was focused. He was also in command of his facts. At least twice he counted his five points out for the audience demonstrating his sharp mind. He also devastated Obama's performance by reminding us of the $4,300 "economic tax" we've suffered under Obama.

Later on he smacked Obama's idea of 100,000 teachers by emphasizing the $90 B Obama wasted on failed green energy companies could have been used to hire 2 MILLION teachers.

Then there was the part where Roney said each government program would have to answer the question (paraphrased): Are you so essential that it justifies borrowing money from China to keep your program going?

IOW, Romney took complicated issues and boiled them down so it could be understood by all.

My favorite remark by Romney took place when he said he'd been in business for 25 years and he had no idea what Obama was talking about. Obama sheepishly stood silent because he was tossing out a talking point for which he had no further knowledge.

It was clear to everyone in the room and at home Romney is the expert, while Obama is a little more than an expeller of empty breath.
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10/04/2012 05:51 PM
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Re: Maybe Obama wasn't so bad last night...
The bottom line is that Romney was simply brilliant last night. He could be not just a president but a great president.
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10/04/2012 05:57 PM
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Re: Maybe Obama wasn't so bad last night...
Obama cartered it.
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Re: Maybe Obama wasn't so bad last night...
Maybe one of the reasons Obama looked so terrible is that Romney's performance was one for the ages. Romney gave what might have been the most remarkable debate performance in the history of modern presidential races.

Romney was focused. He was also in command of his facts. At least twice he counted his five points out for the audience demonstrating his sharp mind. He also devastated Obama's performance by reminding us of the $4,300 "economic tax" we've suffered under Obama.

Later on he smacked Obama's idea of 100,000 teachers by emphasizing the $90 B Obama wasted on failed green energy companies could have been used to hire 2 MILLION teachers.

Then there was the part where Roney said each government program would have to answer the question (paraphrased): Are you so essential that it justifies borrowing money from China to keep your program going?

IOW, Romney took complicated issues and boiled them down so it could be understood by all.

My favorite remark by Romney took place when he said he'd been in business for 25 years and he had no idea what Obama was talking about. Obama sheepishly stood silent because he was tossing out a talking point for which he had no further knowledge.

It was clear to everyone in the room and at home Romney is the expert, while Obama is a little more than an expeller of empty breath.
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obama spaced out on drugs...cocaine probably
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10/04/2012 06:06 PM
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Re: Maybe Obama wasn't so bad last night...
Maybe one of the reasons Obama looked so terrible is that Romney's performance was one for the ages. Romney gave what might have been the most remarkable debate performance in the history of modern presidential races.

Romney was focused. He was also in command of his facts. At least twice he counted his five points out for the audience demonstrating his sharp mind. He also devastated Obama's performance by reminding us of the $4,300 "economic tax" we've suffered under Obama.

Later on he smacked Obama's idea of 100,000 teachers by emphasizing the $90 B Obama wasted on failed green energy companies could have been used to hire 2 MILLION teachers.

Then there was the part where Roney said each government program would have to answer the question (paraphrased): Are you so essential that it justifies borrowing money from China to keep your program going?

IOW, Romney took complicated issues and boiled them down so it could be understood by all.

My favorite remark by Romney took place when he said he'd been in business for 25 years and he had no idea what Obama was talking about. Obama sheepishly stood silent because he was tossing out a talking point for which he had no further knowledge.

It was clear to everyone in the room and at home Romney is the expert, while Obama is a little more than an expeller of empty breath.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24883845


obama spaced out on drugs...cocaine probably
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23975430


Obama on cocaine...Is your comment one that's supposed to help Obama in some way?

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