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Obama looked weak, out-of-place next to Romney at debate

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  1. When the debate concluded I was very pleased with Mitt, however I found his performance not particularly exceptional for the simple fact that I have been following Mitt since he announced and in my humble opinion Mitt was just being Mitt.

    It wasn’t until I reluctantly flipped over to MSNBC during a commercial that I began to realize what had happened.

    If, like me, you have been with Rush any length of time you have heard him say from time to time, “The democrats are in full panic mode.”

    Unfortunately, we could only guess about these things because at these times they would continue to glad-face whatever was going on.

    However, Wednesday night, 10-3-2012 post debate I was delighted to find that the democrats were indeed in a full melt down panic!

    Poor Wolfed Blitz of CNN shamefacedly announced the results of their “flash poll.” Registered voters voted 67-25 in favor of Romney.

    The panel, including Beck favorite Communist, Van Jones were blindsided. Van Jones even announced that Romney looked very presidential, though promising to get him next time.

    Admittedly I was blindsided also. It was just Mitt being Mitt.

    Then later Frank Luntz debuted his latest unattached focus group guests, and except for one holdout all 25 or so vowed that they were now planning on voting for Mitt. Luntz was blindsided as well.

    Of course, any group of independents are likely to be mercurial at best, but if Mitt can manage to keep their attention long enough this bodes VERY well for the coming election.

    The theory goes that many of the 50 million who tuned in for the debate had never seen Mitt unchained and once they did, of course they would flip.

    Like many who may be reading this, Mitt was not my first choice, but as I have come to learn more about the man, my appreciation has grown many-fold.

    I can imagine what a shock it must have been to the millions who are just getting started on their path to Romney. In a way, I envy them.


  2. Well, Rich, If Obama looked weak & out of place, it’s because He IS ! Although I was extremely pleased with the very Presidential demeanor of our next president, I am also cogitative that Obama was caught off guard by Ronmey’s ability & believe we’ll see a different Obama next round. So am trying not to get too excited. I believe that Romney put to rest many of the doubts that ‘reluctant voters’ may have & stired the base. We need to keep in mind that the fat lady is barely on stage & could sing off key. I thought rather than smug Obama’s ecxpression indicated he was working on keeping his ‘kool’ & frustration.