Thursday, October 4, 2012

Obama Fails To Bring His A Game To The Debate


There's always the morning after and it isn't always pretty.  Perhaps you don't remember what happened the night before or maybe you wish you couldn't remember.  I wonder which side of the bed President Obama is waking up on this morning.  After Obama's performance last night I'm guessing he wishes for a mulligan.

In the debate last night Romney appeared confident and displayed strong body language. He made good eye contact with Obama and rarely looked down.

Obama's performance on the other hand was lackluster and rambling. He looked disinterested and bored. Obama rarely looked at Romney, instead he often looked down at his podium and would nod in agreement with Mitt Romney's points.

Today the media is forced to take a good look at the Manchurian candidate and ask themselves what went wrong.  How was it that the smartest man ever to be President of the United States appear to be hesitant and inarticulate?  Obviously this does not fit the Obama narrative of his superior oratory skills.

The press have many different answers as to the cause of this calamity.  Perhaps Obama should have spent less time having a pizza party with his Las Vegas campaign staff, shooting hoops with his friends and taking a trip to Hoover Dam and more time practicing for the debate.

While talking with "Current TV", Gore explained, "Obama arrived in Denver at 2 p.m. today - just a few hours before the debate started. Romney did his debate prep in Denver. When you go to 5,000 feet, and you only have a few hours to adjust - I don't know."

If you ask Michael Eric Dyson you may learn that it was the fear of being seen as an “angry black man” held Obama back from forcefully debating and possibly winning last night’s contest.
One last question, Chris Matthews, do you still get a tingle up your leg when you hear Obama speak?

Romney you have two more debates.  Keep coming to them like you did last night and Obama can retire to his new Hawaiian retreat with his lovely family.  Remember to vote November 6th. 

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