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

wiseone Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 8:36 AM
A couple weeks ago Obama had his @ss handed to him by two Hispanic Telemundo/Univision reporters on Fast & Furious, the Dream Act, and his broken promises in general. And while Romney and Ryan have been afraid to go on the attack about Obama's overall record as a politician, numerous PACs have taken it upon themselves to tell the voting public the truth about this POS. One very effective ad is narrated by a woman who is an abortion survivor. She explains how Obama tried, four times, to have born-alive abortion survivors like herself murdered in cold blood by professional "specialists" with medical degrees (a total violation of the Hippocratic Oath taken by all doctors) when he was in the Illinois Senate.
wiseone Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 8:43 AM
In addition, the Obama campaign is already trying to mitigate a debate outcome of Romney mopping the floor with Obama by claiming that Obama is not a good debater.

While I have no doubt that Obama is a miserable debater because he is a spoiled whiner who thinks he should be allowed to silence dissenting arguments instead of countering them, it is ridiculously hypocritical for all of these Obama worshipers to suddenly claim he has no chance to compete with a mere mortal like Romney and that Obama, who they claim is a some kind of brilliant messiah, lacks the talent to hold his own in an intellectual discussion. As Malkin points out, it is unlikely that liberal troll Jim Lehrer will allow the debate to actually be an intellectual one.
Whitebeard Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 8:48 AM
Wiseone: Here's my tip for Mr. Lehrer. If our creditor's come knocking, and we can't pay (i.e. are bankrupt), you'll be out of a job and PBS will be off the air.
wiseone Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 8:56 AM
PBS should be off the air anyway. It should be unconstitutional for a taxpayer-funded broadcaster to be so obviously one-sided in its politics. This is especially true for a broadcaster that claims to be a non-partisan news agency.
Whitebeard Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 9:02 AM
Wiseone: But they have so many pretty pictures of mountains and lakes and forests and all the wittle animals... Of course, I agree with you; but if we have to have PBS, I think they should not be allowed to air anything political.
Davole Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 8:43 AM
wiseone -

You can't really fault Otrauma for seriously misspeaking 4 times, can you?
rickmcq Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 8:46 AM
"You can't really fault Otrauma for seriously misspeaking 4 times, can you?"

Davole, Those were obviously teleprompter malfunctions! (snicker)
Davole Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 9:11 AM
rickmcq -

It wouldn't surprise me if Snickers are the oficially sanctined Otrauma regime candy - besides the obvious co-relation, they're definitely the right colour.
rickmcq Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 9:29 AM
Davole - Right! And just as nutty!
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...