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The Denver Debate: A Second Look

E3Troit Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 11:29 PM
You can thank the Republican party for limiting our options on Iran. If we bomb Iran, wont the US military have to re-surge in Iraq all over again? If we bomb Iran, wont IED detonations against US military personnel go up sharply in Afghanistan? You can kiss goodbye any military draw down in Iraq or Afghanistan if Iran is bombed. Here's what the card-carrying Republicans and the dupes of the Republican party will respond with; "If we need to re-surge in Iraq and Afghanistan, then that's another opportunity for a tax cut....Hooorah!"
normfromga Wrote: Oct 09, 2012 10:21 AM
Not that it would surprise anyone here, but you apparently didn't watch the debate...It was about domestic issues, and your rant is primarily about foreign policy.

You bad, but not because you rant about about a subject, ie, the debate, which you know nothing about; we expect that from liberals.

You bad because you have spilled the beans concerning Obama's speaking points for the next debate.

However, he will probably not deliver them with your finesse.

jwarrior1 Wrote: Oct 07, 2012 1:12 AM
jwarrior1 Wrote: Oct 07, 2012 12:30 AM
Your post belongs in some other forum. I suggest you go there.

The first presidential debate of 2012 is now behind us.

And Republican challenger Mitt Romney won it handily.

No one challenges this verdict. Even President Obama’s most ardent supporters concede it by way of the truly laughable excuses to which they’ve resorted in accounting for the decisive drubbing that their candidate received.

But while the conventional wisdom concerning the victor is sound enough, the conventional wisdom concerning the debate’s loser is not so much.

Obama, we are told, was “off his game.” From Denver’s altitude to personal family issues, every conceivable rationale has been offered by the President’s...