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Michelle Obama: "Nervous" for Obama, but "He's a Very Good Debater"

feenches Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 11:46 AM
Oh, I see. Tit for tat from the peanut gallery. Ann Romney's oddly public statement about Mitten's "mental health" is countered with Michelle being "nervous" for HER guy....debating Listen, I know that you clowns have your marching orders directly piped in from Lord Rove's throne in the 2nd floor men's room of the Heritage Foundation, but try to come up with something a bit more creative than schoolyard one-upsmanship
Dramamama Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 12:33 PM
And you lefties have Soros telling all of you what to do! And if you don't you are destroyed by the msm! Your bridge is calling, the other trolls are missing your wit! Emperor O, one and done!
Rock Strongo Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 12:27 PM
Although I'm still awaiting my next directive from Karl Rove, I'd like to congratulate you on your "creativity" for the clever name "Mittens"--that's quite clever. And creative! I hadn't heard that one before. Glad to see you liberals keep it on an intellectual plane that soars above the "schoolyard."
TX Gal Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 12:32 PM
That's really funny. Keeping it on an intellectual plane here on TH. Ha! Have you seen all the names that get made up here for Obama? Liberals can't even come close to competing with TH cons in the category of made-up names.
Rock Strongo Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 12:49 PM
I was just pointing out the hypocrisy of a sanctimonious leftist who calls Romney "Mittens" and then chides conservatives for their lack of "creativity" and their "schoolyard" tactics.

I wouldn't expect you to see the irony, moron.

In an attempt at preemptive damage control, Team Obama has been downplaying the boss' debate skills while insinuating that Romney possesses some kind of unparalleled rhetorical genius -- the point being that it's expected Romney wins the debates.

But in an interview airing on CNN at 7PM tonight, First Lady Michelle Obama admitted that while she's certainly nervous for her husband, he is really good at what he's about to do. Well, at least someone's honest:

"I get so nervous at these debates," a laughing Obama told CNN Chief White House Correspondent Jessica Yellin. "I'm like...