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A Few Debate Questions for Obama That Won't Be Asked

NullifyNow Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 2:56 PM
annfan But why are they ignorant and offensive? I'm just advocating for them what they advocate for others. If what they advocate is not wrong how is my wishing it on them a bad thing? My comments are made to jolt them out of their moral stupor. Only dummies fall for it.
NullifyNow Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 3:44 PM
Honestly, it is such great fun to tell Democrats you wish they were aborted. It infuriates them.

Then I innocently ask "why are you angry?" LOL

They also don't like the question "Why does a person need an abortion". And I act utterly confused and they won't answer me. They won't answer because then they would have to admit to that blob being a human being and they don't want to do that.

LOL. They hate this stuff. It makes them think and they don't want to have to think.

And NO, I don't even recommend an abortion for evil people like Ovomit. Or his witchwife who advocates stabbing a human in the skull and scrambling its brains.

This is because I'm decent and they are evil.

On Wednesday night, left-leaning TV anchor Jim Lehrer of government-supported PBS will moderate the first 90-minute presidential debate in Denver. The forum will focus on domestic policy. Lehrer alone will determine the topics and questions for six 15-minute segments, and then he will control an "open discussion" for each segment.

We know the liberal media bias drill: Make the Republican candidate look like a scary extremist on social issues and a greedy capitalist pig on economic issues. Avoid the Democratic incumbent's record of failure. Run out the clock. Thank you and good night.

Here's my starter list of domestic policy debate topics and...