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

Pennsylvania Voter Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 10:50 AM
It should be very interesting to see the amount of actual substance that will be debated. This is definitely a heavy weight contest, Liberty and Freedom versusTyranny. My prediction is that Mitt will calmly take Obama apart on his failures as POTUS for all to see. Obama on the other hand will try and tapdance and shift the debate to class warfare.
fiestyfitz Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 11:22 AM
downtherabbithole Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 11:03 AM
Absolutely right!

As in the Fort Hood Massacre, Afghanistan and the other terrorist plots, to Obama this is just another case of "workplace violence" Screaming Allah Akbar while gunning down Americans is just another 'bump' in the road to Obama. This is Obama's domestic and foreign policy. But hey, Osama's dead, and GM is alive....well not really. Al Qaeda is alive, our Ambassador to Libya is dead and GM is almost dead and Obama has another round of golf and more fundraisers to attend.

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...