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What ABC-NBC-CBS-NYT-CNN-WASHPO-LAT Can’t Hide: Debate Changed Everything

Rondoman Wrote: Oct 08, 2012 10:29 PM
I cannot help but believe that after the VP debate, there is going to be real panic. Obama has not yet shown his true nature, the one that is an angry insecure child with a temper. I cannot believe he will be able to keep that in for another whole debate. His cowardly refusal to offer any rebuttal to Romney, preferring instead to wait until he was alone with his liberal brain-deads to accuse Romney of lying has to have Obama fuming. I would not be surprised at all to see him lose control and reveal himself for the childish brat he really is. Ryan and Romney should be energized and confident.
Texas Chris Wrote: Oct 09, 2012 8:06 AM
R&R need to goad him into it, tho. And do so without looking like they're doing it.

The earth moved in Denver last week. A chunk of realist landscape broke through the media’s gloomy, impressionist artwork, as Mitt Romney dominated Barrack Obama in the first presidential debate.

All the king’s horses and all the king’s men insist one good performance by the challenger and one off night for the president don’t really change anything. But in fact, they change everything.

The race is recast for several reasons: Everything voters believe—or have endlessly heard-- about the candidates was called into question. Romney’s dismantling of the president wasn’t just a win. The...