Thursday, October 4, 2012

It's Mitt By A Knockout

Wow.  I have just watched the greatest debate performance in a presidential debate in my lifetime.  Mitt Romney was magnificent. He was on the attack from the beginning until the end.  Romney's most important point in the whole debate was saying over and over how Obama was cutting $716 billion from Medicare to pay for Obamacare. It was important because the president never refuted it, never denied it. How do you like that seniors in Miami Beach.     Obama has just kissed Florida  goodbye with his weak performance on Medicare.

Romney over and over talked about jobs was his most important goal.  I don't ever remember Obama even saying the word jobs. Probably the best line was when Romney talked about all the bankrupt green companies Obama poured money into and said how a friend said that "Obama doesn't just pick losers and winners, he picks losers."

It wasn't just that Romney was in total command of the facts in contrast to the president. The body language was totally all Romney and that had to be apparent to the whole nation. Romney stood tall, smiling looking directly at his opponent, appearing confident. Obama on the other hand was looking down, with a smirk, and looked sometimes that he didn't even want to be there. Mitt Romney was the one on the stage who looked presidential.

Romney not only energized the base like he did when he picked Paul Ryan as his VP, his pleasant demeanor and his talking about how he had to work with Democrats in Massachusetts to get things done, had to big very appealing to independents and undecided voters who will decide this election.

In one of the greatest moments of the debate was when Obama was lying on and on about what Mitt was going to send jobs overseas and Mitt looked at him and said, "Mr President, I've been in business for over 25 years and I have no idea what you are talking about."  Wow!

Romney showed he knew how people in this country were hurting in this country and showed compassion and a promise to help them.  It wasn't just talking points, it was sincere concern shown by Romney.

Thank you, Mitt Romney.   A whole lot of people were praying for you and counting on you to do well to stop the disaster of another four years of this administration, and you came through in flying colors. Bravo, Mitt!

The late great announcer of the St. Louis Cardinals, Jack Buck, used to say as the Cardinals had just won the game, "That's a winner."

Mitt, that's a winner!


4 comments:

bradley said...

Another great, articulate perfromance in 2 weeks then even Harry Carey will say "it might be, it could be, it IS a Mitt Romney home run!"

Anonymous said...

Mitt is the Right man at the Right time. The Chase household was so thankful last night.

Michael, I'll bet you enjoyed writing this article!

Krissy in ATX

Big Mike said...

Holy Cow! Did you see that!!

Big Mike said...

You can only imagine Krissy! This was the most fun I have in writing any post!

Woo Hoo KC!