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I'm watching the debate and wow at how bad the president got owned.



October 05, 2012 – Comments (4)

 Okay I came across  the first debate  and  I'm watching it and  I'm  12 plus minutes into it and omg...

Obama is getting crushed  by  Romney.

 Funniest thing is Obama talking about using the money he'll save from ending the wars around the world, when they aren't even budgetted for in the first place.

IMHO  Romney is making  Obama  look like quite the unprepared fool.

But hey today Obama  has come out to protect  Bird Bird  and maybe Elmo too.

Can someone please buy a vowel for the president so he can try to solve the puzzle of  too many people out of work  and  an economy  addicted to  overspending.




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#1) On October 05, 2012 at 8:23 PM, awallejr (35.54) wrote:

Yup if it was a contest where a trophy is awarded I say Romney deserves it.  I do have to say I love Obama's subsequent campaign remarks about Big Bird needing some smackdown.

And Lordz tell that to Norquist.

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#2) On October 06, 2012 at 12:39 PM, blake303 (28.54) wrote:

They were both underwhelming. Expectations were so low for Romney that taking one night off from sh!tting the bed like he has rest of his campaign was enough for the pundits (read morons) to grant him the victory. Only a coward attack a childrens program and support current levels of military spending while suggesting they are serious about fixing the deficit. Romney clearly doesn't understand his own policies or care about lying about his positions on the fly. That's not to be misconstrued as support for Obama's performance. They both sucked. Lehrer was even worse. 

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#3) On October 12, 2012 at 4:13 PM, shiftins (< 20) wrote:

I couldnt agree more blake. Just because you are a better sales man doesn't mean you are selling a better product. 

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#4) On October 27, 2012 at 11:56 PM, wowcdkey (< 20) wrote:

I do agree

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