Wednesday, October 03, 2012

Debate Results...Brutal


When even leftist loons like Bill Maher and Obama's boyfriend Andrew Sullivan are saying Romney won, you know how bad it was.

Even Jim Lehrer interrupting only one candidate and doing his best to cover Obama didn't help.

Money quotes from Bill Maher via twitter after listening to Obama stumble around - "I guess he really does need a tele prompter"

Money quote from Obama fan boy Andrew Sullivan @ 10.29 pm. "How is Obama's closing statement so fucking sad, confused and lame? He choked. He lost. He may even have lost the election tonight."

Link included only because watching Sully melt down is pretty funny. Especially the parts when this odious little tool, against his will, says Romney is coming across like Reagan.

As I mentioned before, Romney has an uncanny ability to channel Ronaldus Maximus when he gets his game on. Tonight, he did.

Barack Obama's meandering and downright dishonest answers bored even many of his partisans, while Romney was on point for the most part, and appeared warm, compassionate, human and most of all, presidential.

One missed opportunity...when Obama kept blathering on about college students and how the feds took over student loans, Romney could have broadsided him with an explanation of exactly how that nightmare is yet another trillion dollar time bomb in our economy, and how Obama and the Democrat's idea for creating the funding for his plan is exactly what you'd expect from them - raise taxes prohibitively on millions of the nation's small businesses.

Expect the Obama media and their tame 'factcheckers' to try and bail President Obama out as best they can, but I don't think it's going to be enough. People saw what they saw and heard what they heard.

But overall, a great night.Governor Romney may just have sealed the deal with the American people, especially if future debates go this well..especially the one of foreign policy.

Paul Ryan's destruction of Joe Biden in couple of weeks should also be both entertaining and constructive as well.

1 comment:

louielouie said...

ff should concentrate on the issues of domestic policy that are important.
hussein's short game is improving, and given a second term so will his putting.
geez, do i have to think of everything?