Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Governor Mitt Romney Will Soon Be President Mitt Romney

Mitt does it again with another boffo performance!   This guy is good and that's why this guy will soon be elected the next president of the United States of America.

This was a much more lively presidential debate than the first one with both men attacking each other relentlessly. They were both in each others faces. Mitt Romney more than held his own.

Mitt had to not only hold his own against Obama but also the moderator Candy Crowley. In one of the most biased displays of a moderator yet in a presidential debate, Candy Crowley was the big loser tonight.  Early on she would give Obama the last chance to answer a question and when Romney tried to respond she would cut him off. One time she unbelievably tried to bail the president out with his lie on calling Libya a terrorist attack from the beginning, and actually got some applause from some of the dolts in the CNN audience. So, first the president hides behind the skirt of Hillary Clinton [when she said the buck stops with her], and now he has to hide behind the skirt of another woman.  When are you going to man up, Mr. President?

While some are saying, Obama was so much better than the first debate, which is true as it would have been impossible to perform as bad, Mitt Romney was as good as the first debate. Mitt's only missed opportunity was not going after Obama stronger on the Libya question.  Mitt did mention Susan Rice going on the Sunday shows and saying it was a spontaneous act, but was not as forceful as he could have been asking who was the one who told Susan Rice to go out there and mislead the American people, when it was clearly known by that time that Benghazi was a terrorist attack committed by terrorists.  What's good is that the final debate is on foreign policy and Mitt can focus in on that then.

I think the theme of the debate was the "middle class is being crushed." Romney repeated that phrase over and over again.  I think that is being missed by what I am hearing from the so called expert pundits [even the conservative pundits on Fox News]. I'm wondering if these pundits were watching the same debate I did, the ones that said it was close but Obama won on points. Huh?

Mitt Romney had the two most important lines of the debate that was a big winner for him and in my opinion made him the big winner in the debate:   "We can't afford four more years like the last four years."  and  "We can do better than this."

Mitt Romney once again showed his quick response with facts flowing to counter punch Obama's questions. To me Mitt Romney [acknowledging the one missed opportunity on really nailing Obama on Libya] was the clear winner in this debate and will keep the momentum going onward to a big win in November.

Mr. President!


Anonymous said...

Amen! We all knew going into the debate that Obama would win. Well, you know what I mean. LOL People can be in denial, and there are so many. BUT the dynamics is different. This man is so passionate that he can stear us back in a right direction. What I liked, he believes in God. Obama, believes he is god. He has a studder problem when off his prompter. He looked so small to me.
Krissy in ATX

Big Mike said...

Me too Krissy!! Thank you! God Bless.

Carola Croucher said...

Did O. answer any question? All I heard were campaign slogans and lies.

Mr. Romney not only answered questions posted, but also gave a plan on how he intends to keep his word.

Big Mike said...

Great point Carola. Obama was just in campaign mode not really answering the peoples questions while Mitt gave a vision for the future. Thanks CC!