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Catch the "Real" Obama, the Night's Big Whiner

dahni Wrote: Oct 05, 2012 4:55 PM
Obama had nothing to offer in the debate that he hasn't lied about for 4 years. It took his polspinners overnight to find something for him to say, and all they could come up with was Big Bird!. wow. lol
NewJAl Wrote: Oct 05, 2012 9:31 PM
All he dared to lie about, with Romney slapping him down at every misrepresentation, was said, the next day, before fawning useful idiots, with Romney not able to contradict him. It was as if Romney had said nothing while Obama stared at his notes during the debate. What he directed towards Romney was not challenged as he yelled it out to the cheering college kids.
Building your whole reason for being upon the dreams of your father is not working out too well. This is especially true, now that un-rewritten History shows Socialism in action in Greece, bringing chaos and riots. But he will happily bring us there, and look how many will go along. The fiscal cliff comes closer every hour and Bill Ayres and Jeremiah Wright will cheer.
Jerome49 Wrote: Oct 07, 2012 10:07 AM
I watched the interviews with Univ. of Wisconsin students in Madison following Obama's speech. They were asked if they thought it was "fair" that teleprompters were not allowed in the debate. Most all of them thought teleprompters should have been allowed because Obama struggled without them. Apparently, these students werwe not concerned with what Obama himself could say on his own. I'm sure these same students would think it "fair" for professors to give 'take home' tests that could be completed by a team of hired experts who could pass the test for them. That way, like Barack, they could graduate from college without having learned anything, but how to cheat.

Nothing displayed Barack Obama’s Achilles’ heel better than when the night's big whiner complained the next day that we don't know the "real" Mitt Romney. The man who can't explain his own Christianity without ifs, ands or buts has a lot nerve even if he is lacking in common sense.

"The man on stage last night, he does not want to be held accountable for the real Mitt Romney's decisions and what he's been saying for the last year," Obama, the man who doesn't want to be accountable for anything, said yesterday after the debate. "And that's because he knows full well...