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Posted on 10/03/2012 7:31:12 PM PDT by therightliveswithus
It's a barnburner so far. Who's won?
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FReeped and BUMPED!
If you want to know how badly Obama did, then go to DU, they are devastated, truly, openly, shocked and dismayed, even the accusation of “concern troll” is temporarily set aside, since they are mostly in agreement with the conclusion that Obama was terrible.
Interestingly, a common optimistic response over there is that the media and fact checkers will flip this defeat, into a save, which is scary and another admission that even they know how the media operates.
Watching obama reminds me of the debates between G.H. Bush and Clinton. Bush didn’t want to quit but seemed to be tired of politics. Obama seemed to be trying to find the escape hatch in the floor.
Got a chuckle out of bill maher tweets.
They didn't let Mitt give his closing statement.
Just cut him off. Censored!!!!
Lots of group think here tonight. Romney’s arguments consisted of “I agree with all these parts of Obama’s plans” but then didn’t really specify what he was going to do different other than assertions and mindless philosophical ideas we all know he doesn’t actually believe.
On a purely emotional level, with outbursts and surface being the level by which to judge, Romney certainly won. But on ideas? It was like Hillary on an (R) ticket vs Obama.
I hope someone will put his closing remarks up on youtube and it goes viral.
I agree. Romeny didn’t win, Obama lost. Romney needs to step up his game in case Obama is actually awake in the next debate. Because as it stands now, Romney is about as inspiring as a tepid glass of water.
On MessNBC 57% now think Romney won.
You liberals say the same thing. Can’t you find a different act?