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A Historic Debate Failure

Drifter33 Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 11:43 AM
Obama was the "wet noodle". A chief executive who can't articulate a plan is no executive at all. A chief executive who needs 3 days to study the particulars of his very job needs not hold that job. Obama himself said it best: "...They are making me study...", and "...it's a drag..."
christiancon Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 11:50 AM
Obama has and had a plan. Its exactly what he wanted. The problem is it cant be defended. Remember the healthcare debate? Cant know whats in it till we pass itThe problem for Obama is that common sense still resides in many Americans and he lacks that and abhors it. No Obama is right where he wanted to be. He doesnt want employment other than government employment nor does he want freedom except government freedom to control- those two he has succeeded beyond his woldest dreams. He just didnt think there would still be this many Americans who saw through it all.

By the time of Thursday night's debate between Vice President Biden and Congressman Ryan, the polls will reflect the early consequences of President Obama's disastrous debate performance from Wednesday night.

Mitt Romney had a superb night and the contrast between his calm and in-command performance and that of a flailing, rambling president could not have been sharper, and indeed it could not have been more disorienting for the Chicago Gang running the president's re-election campaign.

The day after the president's face-plant in front of 67 million viewers, the geniuses behind the nation's dismal economy instructed the president to go ugly,...