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Glass Jaw O-ba-ma

hobmed Wrote: Oct 27, 2012 8:00 PM
I understand the temptation to crow because it looks good at the moment. But lets remember that it is a mistake to disrespect and underestimate your opponent in any competition. Obama is a pro and he may be down but he is not out. So keep your powder dry and remember to vote on Nov 6th. We need to win this clean and fair so we have a mandate to govern this country in nte difficult days to come. Regardless of who wins we are still in a very deep hole and Romney will need all his considerable business skill to get us out of it.
Longplay Wrote: Oct 27, 2012 10:06 PM
My sentiments exactly. This guy can't be counted out and we cannot underestimate the stupidity of a sadly large number of the electorate.
anonymous3218 Wrote: Oct 27, 2012 8:26 PM
You're so right. We also need to win by a large margin to off-set the liberal voter fraud that is bound to happen. I pray the Republican Party is going into this election with that in mind and will question anything that looks off -- EVEN if Romney wins in a landslide. This growing problem needs to be exposed and stamped out (as much as possible) once and for all. The liberal claims of "Fraud? What fraud? There's no fraud here!" grow tiresome. If there is fraud on the conservative side of things, I want that out, too, but conservative values don't lend themselves to such activities.
Bill110 Wrote: Oct 27, 2012 8:25 PM
Already it is being reported of numerous attempts to steal the election. From voter intimidation to rigged voting machines to illegal voting, every attempt will be made to steal the election. The latest report is the plane crash that was carrying ballots for our servicemen. If the Liar loses the election he will do everything in his power to create chaos before leaving office.
sqrt(cos(180)) Wrote: Oct 27, 2012 8:48 PM
You don't think he's doing everything in his power to create chaos right now?

If Peggy Noonan is correct, and the president’s performance in the first debate revealed him to be “[p]etulant, put upon, above it all, full of himself,” then the two weeks since have shown him to own what they call in the world of boxing, “a glass jaw.”

A glass jaw is the inability of a fighter to take a direct hit, one on the chin, a roundhouse. Once hit, a glass jaw boxer goes down and usually doesn’t get back up. If he does manage to get on his feet, he staggers around, lost and confused. for the rest of the...