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Obama Awakes—But Can’t Stop Mitt

Stephen288 Wrote: Oct 18, 2012 1:01 PM
"It’s not hard to imagine a mournful, poetic, impassioned concession statement" It's almost impossible to imagine any kind of graceful concession from this loathsome, narcissistic fool. He will be in a rage that we miserable peons dared to vote against him. If he says anything at all, it will be a bitter, sarcastic screed predicting a return to "the mess I inherited," and either predicting or overtly inviting his black supporters to riot as they have been threatening to do. I desperately hope we get to find out.
Hannah9 Wrote: Oct 18, 2012 2:38 PM
Or he may refuse to leave the White House, on the grounds that it is too dangerous for him to leave in the face of some trumped up crisis. "The country needs me for my leadership and stability, and I will not recognize the obviously rigged election results."
pow1000 Wrote: Oct 18, 2012 3:04 PM
LOL, I wouldnt put it past him and his lovely wife Moochelle.
Jay Wye Wrote: Oct 18, 2012 7:07 PM
in that event,it should get too dangerous for him to go out in public. it should be "open season".
Jay Wye Wrote: Oct 18, 2012 7:08 PM
BTW,in that event,the Secret Service are under NO obligation to protect him.
In fact,it would be their DUTY to escort him OUT of the office.
Lietuva Wrote: Oct 18, 2012 10:51 PM
If he tries that, he wouldn't last a minute if he ever went outside.
This column appeared originally in THE DAILY BEAST.

Forget about Barack Obama’s eagerly awaited emergence from his first debate coma: the biggest question about the second candidate confrontation centered on whether Mitt managed to maintain his undeniable momentum.

After all, a flurry of pre-debate polls showed Romney as the newly minted frontrunner—especially a Gallup survey that gave him a commanding 50-46 percent lead among likely voters in all twelve swing states, including such purportedly impregnable Democratic bastions as Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and (surprise!) New Mexico.

Did the Mittster do anything to disrupt or accelerate his apparent progress toward...