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Offline R4 TrumPence

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ROMNEY'S SECRET BLOWOUT
« on: October 17, 2012, 03:45:21 AM »


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Re: ROMNEY'S SECRET BLOWOUT
« Reply #1 on: October 17, 2012, 08:46:18 AM »
I didn't join the live thread last night because my wife was watching with me and she feels left out when I join the live discussion.  So let me belatedly point out that I thought Romney creamed OPapaDoc last night on substance.  Romney kept hammering away at the record, and OPapaDoc simply could not refute the arguments.  Many accusations were simply left hanging because the president had to let them go.  This included the Fast and Furious matter. 

At times Obama rambled on and on, particularly when he went off on the subject of community colleges in response to a gun control question.  I almost felt sorry for him at that point, he was flailing so badly.  Finally, the most telling moment for me was when OPapaDoc feigned righteous indignation at the suggestion that he would use a dead ambassador's body for political gain.  I think just about every woman recognizes that when a man gets that angry over something, he is usually hiding the truth about his actions.
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Re: ROMNEY'S SECRET BLOWOUT
« Reply #2 on: October 17, 2012, 09:32:19 AM »
I didn't join the live thread last night because my wife was watching with me and she feels left out when I join the live discussion.  So let me belatedly point out that I thought Romney creamed OPapaDoc last night on substance.  Romney kept hammering away at the record, and OPapaDoc simply could not refute the arguments.  Many accusations were simply left hanging because the president had to let them go.  This included the Fast and Furious matter. 

At times Obama rambled on and on, particularly when he went off on the subject of community colleges in response to a gun control question.  I almost felt sorry for him at that point, he was flailing so badly.  Finally, the most telling moment for me was when OPapaDoc feigned righteous indignation at the suggestion that he would use a dead ambassador's body for political gain.  I think just about every woman recognizes that when a man gets that angry over something, he is usually hiding the truth about his actions.

That's my take as well!

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Re: ROMNEY'S SECRET BLOWOUT
« Reply #3 on: October 17, 2012, 01:40:35 PM »
I didn't join the live thread last night because my wife was watching with me and she feels left out when I join the live discussion.  So let me belatedly point out that I thought Romney creamed OPapaDoc last night on substance.  Romney kept hammering away at the record, and OPapaDoc simply could not refute the arguments.  Many accusations were simply left hanging because the president had to let them go.  This included the Fast and Furious matter. 

At times Obama rambled on and on, particularly when he went off on the subject of community colleges in response to a gun control question.  I almost felt sorry for him at that point, he was flailing so badly.  Finally, the most telling moment for me was when OPapaDoc feigned righteous indignation at the suggestion that he would use a dead ambassador's body for political gain.  I think just about every woman recognizes that when a man gets that angry over something, he is usually hiding the truth about his actions.

Glad to know it wasn't my imagination that Obama was once again talking in circles... he is lost without his binky... something I told Axelrod when he was tweeting how great Obama was doing.


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