Obama may have to get closer to pulling “The Full Biden” than he ever thought he’d have to , both to regain HIS OWN GROUND lost at the first debate, AND continue the new parameters for this second debate with Romney. All the talking points that he clumsily omitted in the first debate, but that were taken up by Biden, will get a second hearing tonight. The question is, can Obama re-invoke them and score points with them, and will that be enough to re-establish some momentum for himself. I kind of doubt it, unless the townhall format somehow is rigged to once again put him in the best light. I tend to think Obama will go down in flames, maybe not so completely as he did the first time, but certainly won’t perform well enough to “win”.Will Obama find the only way to do this is to mimic Biden’s cluelessly off-putting arrogance and disrespect, OR will he
be able to maintain his “cool” and still pull off strong,or at least “strong-sounding” arguments?
Regardless of what happens, the DNC “strategists”, talking heads, and Obama buttboys and buttgirls, will be crowing out a new narrative about how the tide has changed, and Obama has provided a game changer for himself and his ticket. Ultimately, it doesn’t matter what they say-—what matters is election day, and it will be 55%/45% in favor of Romney.
Romney needs to do a preemptive strike against media bias . His opening line should include:If you Candy Crowly interrupt me or allow Obama to interrupt me , if the questions you picked are gotcha questions against me then you prove the media is biased to the American people and every time Candy interrupts him , he should call her out for media bias.