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Wednesday, October 03, 2012


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Obama gave the most passive sounding closing statement I've ever heard in a debate. All that was missing was a yawn.

I'm intrigued to see what happens in the second debate. Is Obama arrogant and/or lazy enough to turn in a repeat performance, or will he actually up his game? Personally, I think only a teleprompter would help him. I'm not being sarcastic; Obama simply does not know how to be on point and inspirational without a script at hand.

Tempus Fugit

I'd love to see him on Celebrity Jeopardy.


Obama clearly, for the first time, had to do work!

Being an affirmative action baby all he has had to do in the past was show up, state his "exotic" sounding name and be awarded a medal.

For this debate he had to do prep work, learn some basic facts - facts, not "talking points" - and he failed at that.

I'm not so sure that he actually knows how to accomplish anything other than pointing the finger of blame at others.

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