Skip to comments.Report: Obama initially thought he won the debate
Posted on 10/09/2012 4:36:37 PM PDT by Snuph
I keep telling myself that this is unlikely, that even a guy with a galactic ego who surrounds himself with yes-men, cultists, and a very friendly media couldnt possibly have thought he won that debate. At best, his inner monologue was Kevin Kline at the end of A Fish Called Wanda: It was a tie.
But then I remember that his grand answer to Romneys national poll surge was a Big Bird ad, and I dont know. I just dont know.
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I’m certain he still does.
His arrogance wouldn’t allow him to think otherwise. ;-)
I kicked that white boys butt, man.
The “WON” Lost.
And he will be defeated in November.
It must have been fun being the staffer who had to tell him he was perhaps ever so slightly overestimating the wonderfulness of his performance.
More evidence of how out of touch he is.
Maybe he thought that the Harvard Law Review was scoring the debate
I’m finding that hard to believe. I recall his face when he embraced Michelle after the debate and he seemed to be asking ‘what the heck just happened’. He did not look confident in the least.
Well if we apply affirmative action grading, he did finish first in the Halfrican class....
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Consider my feelings. After the debate was over, I, who normally referred to Obama as the "Mombasa MF," began to feel sorry for him. I began to resent Mitt for treating him so roughly!
I felt bad that Obama, whom I had often called the Magic Marxist Mulatto from Mombasa," couldn't take bathroom break, and was crossing and recrossing his legs behind the lectern. I really resented the way the lighting man made his suit look wrinkled, and his face so weird. The lights were in his eyes the whole time so he couldn't look at Mitt and was forced to squint, look down, look away, and caused him to have spasmodic, jerky head motion. Then too, Mitt was being so mean that Obama's hands started to twitch and he had to shuffle papers to try and control them.
It proved to me that Mitt was really a bully. So is Michelle. She looked very mad at Lil Barry after the debate, as if he should have done better. That made me feel sorry for him, too.
This could be like Ted Kennedy's first election. You know when McCormack massacred him in debate, only to make people feel so bad about Ted's problems that they voted for him out of sympathy? Hey, could happen!
I am also ashamed of myself, because after the debate I bought a round of drinks and everyone else at the VFW was cruelly laughing at our POTUS! But thank you, I feel much better now and will e-mail Obama after he leaves office in January. Perhaps we can talk about Big Bird.
Delusions of grandeur...not surprising.
Even Obambi’s bitter end supporters must’ve wished some more substantial rejoinder came out of that debate than the Big Bird jokes, which
were offered because even a day later, he couldn’t account for the heavy fallout for having lost the debate, and couldn’t come up with anything more easily digestible to close the
philosphical divide that exists between him and Romney.
I’m glad Romney brought it up, because plenty of people are probably realizing that Sesame Street in particular is a HUGE moneymaker and in fact, belongs in the Private Sector,
and not being subsidized by the taxpayer: people might even go so far as to ask themselves “If Sesame Street makes so much money, why don’t THEY help out PBS a little?
Only the spin doctors like Stephanie Cutter could be counted on to make hay out of the Big Bird flap, and that’s because they’re being PAID to do so.Big Bird will fade away within 48 hours, as they move on to more important things like concentrating on HOW TO GET OBAMA AT LEAST FORTY PERCENT OF THE VOTES, because realistically, that’s what they’re now faced with.
That image just made me visualize an
“I Dream of Michelle” bobblehead, with Obama rubbing it.
And what is seen ( even in your mind’s eye)cannot be unseen.
I will be more than happy to give him a ‘big bird’ when he leaves.
Two of them, as a matter of fact.
I actually didn’t think it was the rout it turned out to be when I watched it. I knew Romney would do well, and he was right, but I know I’m biased. Only on looking at the focus groups did I see how lame some of Obama’s answers were. So I was pleasantly surprised.
But seriously, if (when) Romney trounces him in the next two debates, you’ll hear media cries of “Romney’s bullying Him”, and all the racism and all the appeals to white guilt and all the “give him another chance” pleas will pour out.