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Old 10-03-2012, 04:44 PM  
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Presidential Debate Drinking Game

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Old 10-04-2012, 12:21 AM   #376
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This is something I can't understand about far-right-wing zealots.

They see Obama as some kind of elitist snobby ass from the slightest, most irrelevant of body tics. It belies an almost crazed hyper-partisan bunker mentality political war where the other guy is an enemy to be hated.

Obama just sucks in debates, and he's not naturally an extroverted guy. Nothing more, nothing less. That usually means you'll never be able to be a politician except Obama's black and can give a terrific speech, which overcomes weaknesses that would usually be insurmountable for a politician.

He's not some evil sociopath.
He's also not a natural leader or a guy who has naturally good ideas about how to get the economy going, how to create jobs, how to provide for the national defense or how to bring people together instead of divide them.
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Old 10-04-2012, 12:32 AM   #377
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If this were a boxing match, I think Romney wins by a split decision. Nobody really landed any heavy punches. One of the ringside judges (Pete) noticed there were some very solid eye rolls and agitation given to Obama by Romney.

Dems are probably a little disappointed in their guy and I imagine patteu is pretty pleased Mitt stood toe to toe with the President even though he's a RINO.
As I watched it, I got a little sad thinking of the rapidly approaching withdrawal date of my friends Direckshun and Literature. But then I reminded myself it's for the good of the country.
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Old 10-04-2012, 12:51 AM   #378
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ha, they aren't random! They are meant to emphasize a word.. should I switch to bolding them? I try to make my text appear like I would speak it aloud... I guess it isn't working.
**** the haters, dude. I do the same thing all the time. I post how I would talk. I'm not writing a ****ing essay for submission to a journal or anything.
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Old 10-04-2012, 05:26 AM   #379
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Old 10-04-2012, 05:38 AM   #380
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It's still surprising to me that the debate was so one-sided.

It just illustrates that for four entire years, the media has never held Obama to account. Once he is asked to stand up and defend his record, he flops. Obama has never been directly, personally challenged on his record.

The same thing happened at the time they were ramming Obamacare through. When challenged on the merits of the policies, his response was "the debate is over." Other times rather than argue he says "well, I won."

He's never been challenged by the press in this country, he has never been asked to defend his record before.

As we saw last night, with a record like his, it's not an easy task.
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Old 10-04-2012, 09:42 AM   #381
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replying to this again, not to pick on pete, but because this is the most amazing, mind-boggling thing to me about this brand-new Obama-hatred phenomena and I've seen this reaction *A LOT* from the right. People who see every slight facial tick or barely-noticeable reaction as an amazingly horrible slight and proof-positive that he's an arrogant disgusting specimen of a human being.

You've really got to be crazily invested far down the deep end of the "the other party is evil" rabbit hole to get here. It's not like Obama went full Gore sighing mode here, he generally smiled, looked down, took notes, and sounded clunky and off in the debate. This is not a reaction to Romney or a slight against anyone, even when he was losing to Hillary and badly needed an energizing comeback performance he performed no better. The guy is simply an introverted thinker who cant speak well without a teleprompter.

Guess what. Over 99+% of the country, including probably everyone hating him, are the same way and would do far worse looking like a stammering awkward fool on the big stage. He obviously loves his family, seems like a decent enough guy, no matter what you think of his politics, why do these far-right zealots constantly have to go convince themselves that Obama is fundamentally a bad person?

Its almost like a soldier going off to war, and having to convince himself that the enemy are all sub-human monsters to morally convince himself that its OK to kill for his country. (which of course, is sometimes necessary, but Obama is not a WWII Japanese soldier)
Dude, he flat out looked outclassed, period. He stood next to a guy with a ton of private sector business experience and looked like a clown without a clue. The fact of the matter is Obama's typical arrogant and cocky stance he takes is being directly contrasted with someone who actually has experience in a lot of what Obama doesn't but yet claims too. Romney reduced Obama to talking pints right from the off.
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Old 10-04-2012, 11:18 AM   #382
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Dude, he flat out looked outclassed, period. He stood next to a guy with a ton of private sector business experience and looked like a clown without a clue. The fact of the matter is Obama's typical arrogant and cocky stance he takes is being directly contrasted with someone who actually has experience in a lot of what Obama doesn't but yet claims too. Romney reduced Obama to talking pints right from the off.
Yep. A boy going up against a man.
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