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Obama Faces No Easy Debate

Gray Ghost (Mississippi) Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 9:48 AM
Rest assured Mr. Ransom, Obama will blame every one but himself on this administration's foreign policy. He will say that the State Department has already accepted responsibility for the mistakes made in Libya and that he knew nothing about it. He will say that the Middle East is just having "teething" problems when in actuality it is exploding with Islamic radicalism. And I am sure that the Main Stream Media will cover for Obama and agree that he has the greatest foreign policy since the beginning of our republic.
traitorbill Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 10:10 AM
Bush.
Racists.
Rich people.
Republicans.
A tsunami.
A video.

just like any port will do in a storm, any excuse will do for a failed presidency.
Ginger12 Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 10:01 AM
I wonder what Bob Shiffer has in mind to bail him out tonight like Candy Crowley did. You can bet, he'll try to help him. Why in the heck do we have progressive liberals as moderators....we should be having these debates on Glen Beck TV and Fox News instead of MSNBC (the friendly edit your video) and CNN. We know the lame stream medias will cover for him, but at least the debates should be neutral.
pow1000 Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 10:12 AM
Oh yes, Schieffer will turn himself into a pretze to help 0bambi. Romney has to get tough and not let him get away with it.
I also think 0bama will try his trick and wear an earpiece again for so-called "emergencies", like he did before.

And you thought Obama’s economic policies were indefensible.

Wait until you hear him debate foreign policy.

His foreign policy is unique in the history of the American presidency in that it almost completely ignores American self-interest. It can only be described as the first anti-American foreign policy crafted by an American president.   

Our contributor, former Congressman Bob Beauprez summed it up in September: Only America’s enemies are better off than they were four years ago.

Wrote Beauprez:

The question comes up a lot these days, "Are you better off than you were four years ago?"  But, the...