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Well, they're both comedians pretending to be journalists, so that works, right? Oh . . . wait . . . ;-)
They'll be lucky if they get a few thousand people. No worries.
Um, aren't colleges not supposed to promote this kind of behavior? I mean, it's one thing to say "it's college, it happens". It's another for the college to approve of it.
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Oh My: The Brutal Post-Debate Focus Group

Jesus20 Wrote: Oct 04, 2012 11:56 AM
Not that it stops the Dems from trying to spin it :-) But yeah, great night to be a Romney supporter. I just loved watching that debate, great time. I should have brought some popcorn. I definitely will for the Ryan/Biden debate.
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Debate Eve Poll: Romney 47, Obama 47

Jesus20 Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 11:33 AM
Guy, stop using reason and facts to dispute the notion that Obama has this in the bag. Some people don't like that. Ok, just kidding, please continue.
Thanks for posting Dr. Brown. It's good to see someone fighting for what's moral and right.
Where have you been for every Presidential election ever? Romney has laid down an outline and goals, he's published white papers. Every President leaves some details TBD after the election. Even the Simpson-Bowles commission left some details to be worked out by Congress and the President. This, Romney hasn't given enough detail is a pathetic attack line from the MSM and conservatives shouldn't buy it.
Where have you been for every Presidential election ever? Romney has laid down an outline and goals, he's published white papers. Every President leaves some details TBD after the election. Even the Simpson-Bowles commission left some details to be worked out by Congress and the President. This, Romney hasn't given enough detail is a pathetic attack line from the MSM and conservatives shouldn't buy it.
I'm all for holding our GOP politicians accountable but we don't need to descend to the level of an Inquisition here.
Can we conservatives get a grip? Shockingly, there are other people out there who Romney has to appeal to, not just us. We know where he stands, he's said it multiple times. Can we just let him appeal to moderates without jumping all over him? The Dems sure know how to do this. Everyone knew that Obama was for gay marriage even as he said he wasn't, it didn't stop people who support gay marriage from supporting Obama because they knew where he really stood on it. Watching the DNC, you would think that the Democrats are hugely patriotic and listen to Toby Keith all the time. They know where Obama really stands, but they let him say stuff like "Gov't isn't the only solution" because they know he has to appeal to moderates.
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