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TOPIC: President Obama vs Pretender Romney: 3rd Y2012 Debate
Created by: Z_Z_Krewe
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Tonight American voters can watch the third presidential/candidate debate, which will concern foreign policy. Regarding Willard Romney's experience in foreign policy, it can be expected that he will reiterate his recent knowledge of the subject in five significant demonstrations of his capability:

Step 1: Get the facts wrong.

Step 2: Undermine long-standing relationships with America's allies.

Step 3: Frequently highlight His lack of experience.

Step 4: Assemble a team of ideologues committed to endless war.

Step 5: Mistake America's enemies.

President Obama will need to highlight these conceptual fallacies throughout the debate in order to accomplish a second 'throwdown' of Pretender Willard.

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A certain ethnic culture created a mode of musical performance that resulted in 'The Stomp' dance theme featured in the Olympics, wich is part of a hip-hop dance seen often across America.

Obama/Biden 'stomped' Romney/Ryan in public debates.

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If you put poison in your garbage, you may think the raccoons won't be back. But you may inadvertently create a super-race of toxin-resistant scavengers!

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"... in the rarified atmosphere of a White House where everyone answers him with "Yes Mr. President." "

I am sure I have read and heard accounts in which Obama has had to overrule many bits of advice. Let's not oversimplify. Almost every issue is more complex than what any of us can imagine.

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Poor nutritional choices account for pathetic comprehension of the many issues of an election.

A debate is a face-off, supposedly moderated in fairness and with both parties demonstrating courtesy and grace.

During the first debate, Wicked Willard violated the rules of the debate, interfering with the moderators attempt to direct the issues and enforce the time limits. The bully-boy Willard showed America he can intimidate a moderator who was an old man incapable of providing sufficient restraint to the topics and issues.

Then came Candy and the fact-checking of Romney false accusations toward Obama. Wicked Willard was exposed as a fraud.

Of course, all the crust-eating scavengers perceived the fraud as a hero. What else would you expect from any creature suffering from political food-poisoning and malnutrition?

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"... idiots considered it a thumping, but they must have all been undecideds ..."

Undecided, if you can't tell after 4 years that Obama is the President who works for America, and the Republicans are hell-bent on cashing in what's left of the country, you may be an idiot.

Then you may observe that Romney can fancy himself as Liar in Chief, and he can sound pretty good at it, and so you should just vote for him. You never know how you are going to like something until you try it, eh?

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"No, in that first debate Obama appeared bored and dismissive,..."

I agree this is how Obama appeared. If you have no spare energy for what you're doing, you may appear bored and/or dismissive.

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Zz, perhaps only pizza crust-eating idiots considered it a thumping, but they must have all been undecideds and independents because virtually every one in those categories shifted to Romney since that first debate. Obama hovered around 47-48% of the popular vote before and after the debates. Romney shot from the high 30's and low 40's to slightly above Obama now.

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No, in that first debate Obama appeared bored and dismissive, as if he shouldn't have to be bothered. That's what happens when a person spends four years in the rarified atmosphere of a White House where everyone answers him with "Yes Mr. President." It happened to Bush I (remember him checking his watch?) and Bush II. Not so much with Clinton because he loved talking policy, with anyone, at any time.

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Have you ever had a party on your schedule for weeks, and looking forward to it, and making time for it ...? And then the evening comes, and it's a rather late start, and you just don't have any energy to spare?

That's what Obama looked like at that first debate. There's no accounting for it, perhaps, except that as Prez he probably had lots of other stuff going on.

Sometimes after a couple of hours of laying low at your party, you get a 2nd wind, and you go on to have a great time. But not if the party ends after an hour and a half.

This doesn't really make Obama unfit for his normal job as President, does it? Romney's deliberate and calculated lies will be remembered forever.

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Idiots out walking around having fun together eating pizza crust leftovers would believe that Obama was thumped in the first debate. What more can anyone expect from the brains of news scavengers.

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