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Obama….He’s had 4 years.
The first two, with COMPLETE CONTROL of the nation’s affairs, by his party.
And yet, what do we have to show for it?
Watch, learn, and believe. We don’t have to live like this.
Put aside obama’s visit to the “Candy” store, and his continual non-answers to important questions. Put aside much of the rest of it, and you’re left with the facts.
And they are thus:
The next debate will focus on foreign policy.
We will be reminded that osama bin laden is dead. Mitt should make sure he pays respect to that fact, but also point out that Chris Stevens is also dead, and was killed by the same group osama bin laden once commanded.
Above all, Libya will hang as the darkest shadow over that entire event, and all of the apology tours and bows to foreign leaders all around the world cannot diminish the pall 4 dead Americans in Benghazi will cast upon obama’s so-called “foreign policy”.
Shit’s about to get ‘real.
A bit of a final reminder of what the obama administration finds funny, per Joe Biden:
Now that we know that obama plans to “be more aggressive” in the 2nd presidential debate, his behavior should fall somewhere along these lines:
1. He will carry on as before, believing he’s “winning”, when, in fact, he’s tanking faster than a Kopechne in the back seat of a Kennedy-driven car.
2. He will be his TRUE self…Arrogant, sniping, disrespectful and condescending.
3. He will be OVERLY aggressive, making Joe Biden’s debate performance seem like Martha Stewart baking up a batch of ex-con cupcakes.
I think we’ll see a noxious mixture of options 2 and 3.
And if Romney is smart, he will do EXACTLY what he did before: Stand his ground, make his points and source his material,…Firmly, steadfastly, and confidently.
Then, he can simply watch and wait, while obama’s version of the “joe biden laugh track and melt-down special” plays out.
I’m not sure I have enough popcorn in the house for THIS main event.
I’ve been a bit busy and therefore didn’t have time to put up a pre-VP debate post. But, better late than never, here’s a post-VP debate piece…
I don’t really think I could add to what Erick Erickson over at RedState says:
An Insignificant Hour and a Half of Joe Biden Braying Like a Biblical Donkey
By: Erick Erickson (Diary) | October 11th, 2012 at 10:33 PM
I really do personally like Joe Biden, but he came across as a braying Biblical donkey tonight on stage in Kentucky. It was made worse by a moderator who lost repeated control of the debate.
Up front, I have to say I’m hung up on one big thing. Joe Biden said the intelligence community got it wrong in Libya, but he says we can trust those very same people on Iran. That’d be a gaffe, but Joe Biden says he always says what he means.
I really don’t think this debate changed anything and would really be surprised if undecided voters stuck around the whole time. Joe Biden was insufferable and Paul Ryan came across very earnest, but never having debated on this stage showed.
I think Ryan’s demeanor will play better at home than a rather manic and angry sounding Joe Biden who by the end was yelling and smiling at everybody.
Click on over to read the rest of Erick’s piece.
I think the person (or persons) that will make news in the coming days, thanks to Joe’s BS on Libya, is our intel community. If I were David Petraeus about now, I’d be contemplating not only a carefully-crafted leak, or series of leaks, that will reveal much truth about how this administration conducts itself on matters of national security, but…I’d also be writing up my resignation, to be delivered a few hours before the next debate between Mitt & O.