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  1. Once again, I didn’t watch; with my hearing, I wouldn’t be able to follow it anyway. I think that the last “debate” I watched was between the elder George Bush and Mike Dukakis.

  2. “Barack is back!”

    Indeed, and with the help of Crowley, still lying his ass off. Now if he could just bring back the four Americans he let die, the economy he let rot, the country he led to second class status he’d really be back.

    When Red Bull has a better space program than NASA we know he’s back.

  3. According to Obama, the US ambassadors in foreign countries are not just representative of the US to the world. There’s something far bigger than that, far more valuable. And that something is that the US ambassadors are representatives of HIM. Obama is more important than the US, according to Obama’s own statements. He cannot go anywhere or say anything without injecting a very strong dose of narcissism and a sense of his own Imperial Majesty. He was, in a word, disgusting.

  4. I find it noteworthy that Romney admitted last night that President Obama inherited a serious economic challenge. What Romney does not admit to is that his party, the Republican Party, has refused to work with our President and his party to find ways to assist in recovery, as I have repeated consistently on this blog for almost four years.

    This message is coming home to roost in the current debates, doing damage to the Republican aspirations for power. Americans have been suffering, but they now know better that the Republican Party is the culprit.

    It is this legacy that candidate Romney must overcome to win, a legacy with which he is having difficulty to handle in his campaign and in the debates. His flip-flops and false statement have become his tactics, which have been laid bare in his campaign, and especially in last night’s debate, in my view.

    It is too bad that President Obama did not bring home these important points in the first debate, in which case the election would have been a clear victory for him and his party. I continue to believe that he will win, and have successes as well in some down ballot races, depending on the continuing deterioration by the courts of Republican voter suppression efforts, and provided the OH vote outcome is not manipulated as it has been in the past.

    PS: Our editor said:

    Once again, I didn’t watch; with my hearing, I wouldn’t be able to follow it anyway. I think that the last “debate” I watched was between the elder George Bush and Mike Dukakis.

    I have hearing problems myself, Mr Editor. Sony has a product called: 900 MHz RF Wireless Headphones which solves my problem, as well as my wife’s problem when I watch political talking head shows which she neither cares to watch or even hear. The base unit is connected to the stereo audio output, and the headphones are connected wirelessly to the base, which also serves as a charging unit for the head phone batteries when the headphones are not in use. The sound level is adjustable in the headset. For about $100, you have here a solution, which has worked very well for me. One more point: For shows which we both watch, the TV volume can be set for her, while the headset volume is set for you, thus solving the problem of the TV volume being set to high for here comfort.

  5. Sorry, Perry, but the facts do not agree with you. They almost never do. Obama has lost North Carolina, Florida, Indiana for certain. Virginia, Colorado and Ohio are likely also lost. New Hampshire, Maine’s Second Congressional District, Wisconsin, Meatchicken, Iowa, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Minnesota are all in danger of being lost.

    Obama loses those with a high school education or above, the Independent vote, the married woman vote, the Florida Hispanic vote, the white working-class vote. These are all heavy retreats from the 2008 election. Black pastors are loudly telling their flocks not to even vote for President this year. Catholic priests are railing against the President and his maladministration. Both representing major Democrat voting blocs that Obama has caused to flee his side. United Mine Workers have steadfastly refused to endorse Obama, a Union that endorses almost any donk in any political campaign refusing to endorse the donk President. Mine workers in Ohio standing up and loudly declaring to Obama “You lie!”

    No, Perry, the US electorate is insufficiently Socialist for your desires.

    The US Senate will be Republican-led, and those Republicans will be more Conservative than the current crop of Republicans in the Senate. The US House of Representatives will still be Republican-led, likely with an even larger number of Republicans, and again, those Republicans will be more Conservative than the current crop of Republican Representatives.

    Obama’s path to re-election is looking slimmer and slimmer, but his corruption, incompetence, malfeasance are being more widely known.

  6. ” I find it noteworthy that Romney admitted last night that President Obama inherited a serious economic challenge.”

    What I find noteworthy is that everyone on this blog, every Republican, every Democrat and every independent, all news sources and all talking heads acknowledge Soetoro “inherited a serious economic challenge” but for some reason you and you alone think we deny that fact. Your problem is after you acknowledge he inherited problems you refuse to see he did not rise to the challenge. He failed and failed miserably. He took a “serious economic challenge” and turned it into a prelonged nightmare and basically made it a standard way of life. I expected nothing else from him. A community organizer who never ran anything in his life, never had a real job in the real market and never was held account for his actions. And you still won’t hold him account for his crazy-assed failed policies and anti American belief that everything can be fixed with just a bit more government regulation. That’s nonsense and we all know it, except you. You obviously enjoy $4 gas, 48 million on food stamps and a U6 of 15+ million, and a credit rating drop, and a 1.5 trillion deficet, and our embassies in flames and ambassadors murdered. To you that’s somehow those dirty Republicans fault. Note to Wagonwheel: Soetoro has been in power for four years…it’s his results you don’t like and it has been his responsability to fix theses things. HE FAILED!

    “What Romney does not admit to is that his party, the Republican Party, has refused to work with our President and his party to find ways to assist in recovery, as I have repeated consistently on this blog for almost four years.”

    And you can keep repeating it till your pecker falls off, it’s a lie. Soetoro had all of Congress and his administration during his first two years. He could have passed any damn law he wanted and the Obamacare act proves it. And during the last two years ONLY the house has passed a budget and passed several other laws only to watch them DIE in the Democrat Senate. Soetoro’s own budget DIED in the Democrat Senate. You can keep repeating the lie that it is the Republicans who won’t work with the administration all you want. It just makes you look uninformed and foolish.

    You are blinded by your radical extreme partisan lefitist ideology and nothing will ever cause you to see the truth. Your boy is a FAILURE, a liar and a complete fool. And anyone who votes for him is no better.

    Now go get your obama phone!

  7. It is always refreshing to see Perry post about “voter suppression.” I don’t think he’s ever done that before.

    It’s also nice to see that he still needs a padded room, bringing up the Ohio 2004 election conspiracy BS yet again. Ye gads ….

  8. This message is coming home to roost in the current debates, doing damage to the Republican aspirations for power. Americans have been suffering, but they now know better that the Republican Party is the culprit.

    I’m sorry, but the Democrats held both houses of Congress from 2006-2010 and they’ve held the presidency since 2008. At some point they have to “Man up” and take responsibility for the state of the economy, never mind the fact that
    Obama does nothing but whine about how it was all Bush’s fault.

  9. Romney did well last night, overall I’d give his performance a solid “B”. Still, he could have earned an A, and here’s how. When Obama started attacking Romney’s record as a businessman, Romney should have used that opportunity to get right in his face and say “Are you challenging my integrity as a businessman?” Instead, he let Obama’s smear go unanswered. When he was asked how his policies were different from those of Bush, he should have used that as an opportunity to attack the Democrats for playing a major role in the financial crisis, especially Barney Frank and Chris Dodd. In short, he should have challenged the premise that the financial crisis was all Bush’s fault, which has been the central whine complaint in Obama’s arsenal. And finally, on Libya, he should have a) pointed out that ambassadors and other diplomatic staff work for the American people, not just the president, and b) he should have torn apart Obama’s faux “Outrage” in his statement about whether he was playing politics with the Libya incident. Of COURSE he was playing politics with it, why else did both he and his people spend so much time claiming it was a reaction to an Internet video instead? In short, there were a number of instances where Romney could have been more aggressive, and possibly knocked Obama out, but I’m guessing his handlers told him to play it safe and not take any risks that could jeopardize his lead.

  10. It’s also nice to see that he still needs a padded room, bringing up the Ohio 2004 election conspiracy BS yet again. Ye gads ….

    Left wingers are so narcissistic that it is inconceivable that voters could reject their ideas, hence the various conspiracy theiroes to explain their losses.

  11. Eric wrote:

    I’m sorry, but the Democrats held both houses of Congress from 2006-2010 and they’ve held the presidency since 2008. At some point they have to “Man up” and take responsibility for the state of the economy, never mind the fact that Obama does nothing but whine about how it was all Bush’s fault.

    This is how they “man up” in the Obama Administration!

  12. I just wanted to remind Perry of a major reason why the black population is doing so poorly while the white and Asian populations are not doing nearly as poorly. It’s in the numbers. And it’s a Leftist social agenda item that is destroying the lives of black people. It has nothing to do with life 180 years ago. Nothing at all.

    Read and internalize the article if your dare, Perry.

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