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The Undoing Of The Storybook Man

downtherabbithole Wrote: Oct 05, 2012 9:33 AM
I sent my thanks to Jim Lehrer for providing a bias-free platform for this debate. The man, despite his liberal background, was honorable as a journalist and moderator at age 78. His questions were fair and each candidate had ample opportunity to put forth their plans and policies. There are so few who would endure the progressive wrath for doing the right thing. (See below)
Bencheeseburger Wrote: Oct 05, 2012 10:19 AM
I do not think Lehrer provided a "bias-free platform." He was better than I expected but still his liberal veins popped through. He surely helped His Nibs with answers on more than one occasion. I did like this debate that he conducted because I liked the free flow of it. I found that most interesting. The time limitations are always annoying but this was much better.
Seawolf Wrote: Oct 05, 2012 10:44 AM
Lehrer tried to shut Mitt off too much for my taste and also allowed numbnuts to ramble and obfuscate which is his style..If you can't convince them with facts, dazzle them with bullshii te...that's the obama way.

It was the Puss in Boots eyes.

If you've seen the "Shrek" movies or the spin-off cartoon starring the storybook cat voiced by Antonio Banderas, you know what I'm talking about. Whenever Puss in Boots really needs something from someone, he flashes these enormous kitten eyes that melt anyone in their path. Whenever my daughter really wants something, she tries to lay them on me, and I have to say, "Stop trying to give me the Puss in Boots eyes ... you can't have chocolate cake for dinner."

I knew Barack Obama was miserable...