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Old 10-03-2012, 10:40 PM   #25
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Default Re: Obama v. Romney Debate 1 of 3 IGT

People seem agitated Obama didn't do more. "Why didn't he mention 47%?" "Why didn't he go on attack more on Romney's Lies?"

Someone on twitter was describing it perfectly. Obama was playing a "prevent defense". He just didn't want to make a mistake. No stupid moments, no game changers.....Obama knows he's winning so he just didn't want to f-ck anything up. Nice, safe, boring, sleepy answers that no one can use against him.

So even if Romney "wins" debate, there's really no game changer here.

Actually, when the internet gets through with Romney, you'll see how all his lies are going to come back to haunt him.


And now we'll hear all about Romney and Big Bird tomorrow.

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