Leftists Gone Wild Against Obama

Following Wednesday’s historic presidential face-off in Colorado, supporters of America’s failed president have already begun their journey through the Five Stages of Grief.

It’s a necessary part of healing.

After Republican Mitt Romney gave Barack Obama the most savage beat-down of his political career during the presidential debate in Denver, Obama-worshippers are understandably despondent. Incidentally, it was quite possibly the only beat-down the coddled radical who is unaccustomed to being challenged by anyone has ever experienced.

Most Obama idolators will eventually recover but those who don’t may turn on Obama. Many TV talking heads, like the ones discussed below, are already turning on Obama. That’s what happens when one’s god falls short and reveals himself to be merely human. Look at what happened to Daniel Dravot in Rudyard Kipling’s novella, The Man Who Would Be King.

People don’t like learning that their messiah is no messiah.

According to the Kübler-Ross model, there is denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance.

Even though most Obama zealots are in the denial or anger phases they remain outwardly consistent, clinging to their religious belief that America is an irretrievably racist nation. In a sense, they believe that Obama is too good for rotten old America.

On debate night as the Left saw Obama going down in flames, MSNBC blabbermouth Ed Schultz could not accept that the great prophet of hope and change was weighted down by his record of failure and hopelessly outgunned by Romney. When in doubt, it’s about race:

“It was just very frustrating to watch a guy [i.e. Romney] lie to the American people and not be counter-punched because we’re afraid he’s going to be called an angry black man. When I see the president, I don’t see a black man. I see a president who has inherited an untenable position and turned it around to a great positive to where we are right now. He has brought it down to 8 percent unemployment without any help from the Republicans.”

Of course Obama helped to cause the massive spike in unemployment that he is now supposedly helping to ameliorate, but that’s a discussion for another day.

The same night one of the Left’s most televised pseudo-intellectuals, academic fussbudget Michael Eric Dyson, suggested that the real Obama would have skewered Romney. But the real Obama was nowhere to be seen as the president allegedly held back during the debate.

“Lest we forget this, lest we pretend that that doesn’t make a difference, the specter hanging over his neck that, ‘I can’t come off as too vigorous because then it looks like I’m being an angry black man.’ And because of the angry black man phenomenon, Mitt Romney is able to be a vigorously engaged man who’s able to play to his strength.”

Bill Maher, who gave $1 million to a pro-Obama super PAC, posted a distress call on Twitter in mid-debate, writing, “I can’t believe I’m saying this, but Obama looks like he DOES need a teleprompter.”

Alas, Maher showed minutes later that, like so many other left-wingers, he too remained in denial. Although “Romney won the debate, Obama had the facts on his side,” he tweeted. It’s so sad when people who don’t grasp economics have to reckon with reality. Painful, really. They need our understanding and support.

Former Vice President Al Gore blamed the high altitude of the debate forum. On his Current TV network, Gore said that “Obama arrived in Denver at 2 p.m. today – just a few hours before the debate started. Romney did his debate prep in Denver. When you go to 5,000 feet, and you only have a few hours to adjust – I don’t know.”

Self-described “communist” Van Jones did his best to cover for his former boss. “I think he took Romney too lightly. I think he did not expect Romney to be able to throw that kind of heat,” he said. “Romney was able to ‘out-Obama’ Obama. On the connection piece, on the authenticity piece, on the being able to tell the story.”

After the debate, the logorrheic Chris Matthews skipped to the bargaining stage in which the patient argues that an approaching trauma can somehow be postponed. On MSNBC he apoplectically critiqued Obama:

“There’s a hot debate going on in this country and you know where it’s being held? Here on this network is where we’re having this debate. We have our knives out, we go after the people on the facts, what was he doing tonight?! He went in there disarmed, he was like, ‘oh wait, an hour and a half, I think I can get through this thing and I don’t even look at this guy.’ Whereas Romney — I love the split-screen — staring at Obama, addressing him like prey. He did it just right. ‘I’m coming at an incumbent. I got to beat him. You’ve got to beat the champ and I’m going to beat him tonight. And I don’t care what this guy, the moderator, whatever he thinks he is because I’m going to ignore him.’ What was Romney doing? He was winning.”

If somehow Obama fights harder, redoubles his efforts, watches and learns from the skilled debaters on MSNBC, he’ll be able to turn it around, an exasperated Matthews said. If not, he’s toast. “If he does five more of these nights, forget it,” said Matthews.

Former faux conservative Andrew Sullivan seemed unhappy as he live-tweeted the debate. “How is Obama’s closing statement so fucking sad, confused and lame? He choked. He lost. He may even have lost the election tonight.”

At 10:31 p.m. he tweeted,

“Look: you know how much I love the guy, and you know how much of a high information viewer I am, and I can see the logic of some of Obama’s meandering, weak, professorial arguments. But this was a disaster for the president for the key people he needs to reach, and his effete, wonkish lectures may have jolted a lot of independents into giving Romney a second look.”

Romney commanded the stage. “This was Romney the salesman,” Sullivan wrote. “And my gut tells me he sold a few voters on a change tonight. It’s beyond depressing. But it’s true.”

Strangely, Michael Moore seems to have the healthiest perspective of the bunch. Five weeks ago he accepted that Obama was doomed:

“I think people should start to practice the words ‘President Romney.’ To assume that the other side are just a bunch of ignoramuses who are supported by people who believe that Adam and Eve rode on dinosaurs 6,000 years ago is to completely misjudge the opposition.”

Michigan’s answer to Leni Riefenstahl (but without the cinematography skills), offered merely perfunctory criticism of the debate process on Wednesday. “Fire all debate consultants now,” he limply tweeted, giving some the impression he still cared. “This is what happens when [you] pick John Kerry as your debate coach.”

Most Jimmy Carter supporters from 1980 have reached the acceptance stage but many Al Gore supporters from 2000 have never moved on. Poor things. For many, it can be a long, painful process.

Let the healing begin.

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  • SHmuel HaLevi

    In a way I am sorry to have seen what happened. Not because of Mr. Obama being soundly whooped but because of what it means to the country. When a people elevates stage tricksters with a history of deceit to be their leader, the outcome cannot be long in showing. It was a terrible disaster for those that placed their fate in the wrong hands. Mr. Romney drove through the President as he would have toyed with a Junior High mediocre student.
    Is that the best that the US can offer as a leader? I asked many months ago.
    I hope it was only a temporary lapse, otherwise that is the portend of far worse things to come.
    I prefer to give Mr. Obama an opportunity for a graceful exit and so allowing the healing of the people, the government system, the White House… and us, allies with the best intents.

    • Bob Daugherty

      Actually I would like to see someone throw him and his wife out the front door Wednesday morning 11/7 put them on a plane to Hawaii never to be heard from again.

      • deprogrammer

        Ah, so you want Obama "disappeared"? I can see why you got so many thumbs up since it fits the gangbanger mentality found among good FPMers.

        • Pontotoc Bill

          Typical libtard who imagines everything to be a threat to his views and political "savior".

          Nice, but you still need an education.

          • deprogrammer

            And you seem to need some education in basic literacy. I know it's hard to sort out all the barely veiled threats on a site dedicated to rage and hatred but you should at least try.

          • Drakken

            What's the matter? Your poor little precious leftist feelings get hurt? Here, I'll contibute a quarter for your self esteem counciling.

        • Kufar Dawg

          What did your muslime despotic hero say at the UN fool? "The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of of Islam" WTF is that supposed to mean?

        • gray man

          are you stupid? no really, are you stupid?

        • SCREW SOCIALISM

          Hey comrade deprogrammer,

          "disappeared" is different in the US. The US is not Soviet Union, Iran, Cuba.

          • deprogrammer

            Right it's Guatemala, El Salvador and Saudi Arabia.

      • SCREW SOCIALISM

        Why should Hawaii be burdened by them.

        Back to Indonesia or Kenya.

    • kafir4life

      I'm hopeful that for the girls sake, that Moochie has been looking at schools in Chicago (not those union run public schools, they can afford a decent education for their children). It's going to be difficult for them to change schools mid-year after their father gets fired from his job. A lot of American children had to endure much the same (without the huge pension and benefits) as the Obama girls will experience.

  • Danny Caplan

    I don't want Republicans to make too much of this debate. There is still a long way to go before the country decides to vote for Mitt Romney. Right now, Romney is about even with Obama. Even after the debate, Obama may perhaps still hold on to a slight lead. It just goes to show how much the media are capable of helping him win. Conservatives should work even harder now, volunteering and donating as much as they are able. The voters should expect the rest of the debates to be much closer, and they should be ready for an October surprise. One thing that would help, would be to try to expose Obama's involvement in Fast and Furious, and try to send videos to each other and their friends on the subject. Obama would lose some support if voters had a sense that Fast and Furious is the sort of thing they should look forward to if Obama is re-elected. Keep things in perspective, this too shall pass.

    • guest

      really, is the titanic coming back too???

    • Bert

      According to judicialwatch.com the Obama gang has already made extensive preparations to steal the election. They are pushing for dead and ineligible voters to vote while suppressing the military vote. A major concern of mine is the electronic voting machines. It may be possible to program these computers to switch some of the votes to Obama and then erase the switch instructions. Remember that voters will have NO proof that their vote has been accurately tallied. Remember who we are dealing with.

      • Kufar Dawg

        I get the feeling voter fraud is going to be the order of the day for the DNC and the 2012 presidential election.

    • http://www.resonoelusono.com/NaturalBornCitizen.htm Alexander Gofen

      "After Republican Mitt Romney gave Barack Obama the most savage beat-down of his political career…"?!!

      What a degenerated nation America became if the article and commentators seriously discuss possible tricks of rhetoric in the debates while one of the debaters is MERELY A THIEF AND FORGER! Yet Romney extends his hand to the THIEF (!), keeps maintaining the taboo on the ugly truth about the thief, and does his dirty business as usual. America has fallen beyond repair. I regret that I live to see this…

  • Banastre Tarleton

    In the all important electoral college Obama is way ahead

    • guest

      no, just media hype

      • Banastre Tarleton

        The polls were accurate 4 years ago , so why not now

        • deprogrammer

          Because it doesn't fit the FPM fantasy.

          • objectivefactsmatter

            It's just a little bit too complicated for you to understand today. Wait a few weeks.

          • deprogrammer

            I know to the FPMer in good standing all that matters is tactical advantage. If the electoral college favors the repubes boy then it's valid. If it doesn't then it must be destroyed. If the polls support the repube's boy then they are valid if not then it is all rigged. Quit the fantasy world the FPMers have made for themselves.

          • SCREW SOCIALISM

            Comrade deprogrammer,

            You must think that Obama deserved his Nobel Peace Prize, awarded BEFORE he did anything in his role as President.

            If anyone needs to be deprogrammed, it is YOU.

          • deprogrammer

            I didn't believe he deserved it then and I don't now.
            So could you please set aside the FPMer approved tactic of changing the subject and actually muster the attention span needed to address the points I actually raised?

          • deprogrammer

            What's the matter didn't I conform to your prejudiced view of everyone to the left of Augusto Pinochet?

          • objectivefactsmatter

            "I know to the FPMer in good standing all that matters is tactical advantage. If the electoral college favors the repubes boy then it's valid."

            Um, no. Objective facts matter.

            "If it doesn't then it must be destroyed. If the polls support the repube's boy then they are valid if not then it is all rigged."

            If you read other comments you would see I already explained objectively why the polls are not universally supported by non-partisans either.

            That's an awful lot of 'tough' talk for someone who has no facts at all to share. What's your point again? I sense nothing but projection since you have nothing but bogus analysis based on no facts at all.

            Read a bit more before stepping on proverbial land mines.

        • objectivefactsmatter

          "The polls were accurate 4 years ago , so why not now "

          Because 2008 was unprecedented in voter turnout, with Obama motivating people who never voted before. The pendulum has clearly swung, and this has not been accounted for. Instead, the projections of the polls show an expectation that Obama will motivate even more new voters on top of those that saw him in 2008 as messiah?

          This is not realistic.

    • Bob Daugherty

      It's all BS, don't believe what your hearing or reading. If anyone thinks they are going to hear the real numbers from our so-called free press, they are dreaming.

    • BS77

      no , only in the leftard libstream media is he ahead.

    • kafir4life

      Hasn't Obama been suing polling firms that don't show him in the lead?

  • Kevin

    It won't matter to the "diversity-is-our-strength-crowd," where how one looks is more important than what one does. Liberalism is a cult. All Obama will have to say is, "What you going to believe–me or your lying eyes?"

    • davarin

      All Obama can say is "George Bush"

      • SCREW SOCIALISM

        Actually all the DNC can say is "George Bush".

        If Obama has a second term, God Forbid, he will blame his failures on "George Bush" again.

        It's Time For A Change.

      • deprogrammer

        Kind of like how Bush tried to blame Clinton for economic collapse and Bush's own incompetence on the foreign stage.

        • Drakken

          Were you high when you completely talked out of your azz because your mouth knows better?

  • guest

    lets face it, obama is a empty suit, who is lost without a script, or a teleprompter, he truly has to go…….

    • guest

      Amen…………he is showing, the morons, who still believe in him, waht fools they truly are, and how they have been taken in…..

    • Banastre Tarleton

      But it was obvious 4 years ago AND YET he still won ,over a true and trusted patriot J McCain

      • Andy

        If it had been obvious he would never have got in. We were fooled. We were not so much voting FOR the man. We were voting for change.

        • Zionista

          "we"? I didn't vote for the empty suit that got his a$$ kicked – I knew enough about hussain obamao in 2008 and tried to warn others that he'd be a disaster.

      • Iron Yank

        It is somewhat understandable that a person who doesnt follow politics much could vote for him the first time when he has no record to scrutinize. But seeing what he has done the last four years you'd either have to be a complete idealogical homer to the Dem party or just a brain dead drone to vote for this guy again. Its downright scary that we have so many drones in this country who can vote.

      • Kufar Dawg

        Um McCain came out publicly against the mere suggestion of an investigation of Huma of of the Umma and her ties to the Muslime Brotherhood while castigating his fellow Republican Bachmann for suggesting it. This alone suggests to me McCain is no longer a "trusted patriot".

      • objectivefactsmatter

        It wasn't obvious to enough people. We hope it is obvious to enough people by the time they vote.

      • gray man

        Patriot or not, McCain was / is an idiot, and no conservative. That is why he lost.

      • SCREW SOCIALISM

        BT, Your problem is that Obama has to run on his record.

        Obama LOSES.

  • pierce

    Either Obama was not prepared for the debate, as I think is the case, or Barack, as is his custom, mocks his opponent, because he is all knowing. He, and only he, knows what is good for America, even though he has failed to right the American Economy, and if allowed to continue, will continue to fail. Time for a change in leadership, the great Egoist has let us down. He can no longer blame George W, or the Republicans.

    • SCREW SOCIALISM

      If Obama was not prepared for the debate, is he prepared to be POTUS?

      No in both cases.

  • cruiser navy 67

    The facade is over, Obama had no more lies left.

    • Jon_Babtist

      Obama had no more lies left – I wish I could agree. That is all he has left. That is all he has ever been.
      That is all he is. From top to bottom, from past to future, from alpha to omega, from Barry to Barack it
      is one ongoing con man lie. Look deep enough into virtually anything he says or any fact of his bio and
      you will find a thread that unravels a thousand lies.

  • Stern

    Isn't this amazing? Obama comes up looking bored, resentful and most definitely not presidential, and it's all Romney's fault. He tried to taunt Obama into looking like "an angry Black man". According to James Carvell, he (Obama) came for a conversation, but Romney brought a chainsaw. Um, Mr. Carvell, this was A DEBATE. For the presidency. You know? If you want to win the job, you have to show that you deserve it, not by "talking nice".

    In the most simplistic terms, Obama lost – and it's all the fault of those darn neocons, Tea Partiers and – wait, it's coming – the Joos.

  • burt

    most of our high school kids could do BHO's job – id est reading on teleprompter articles written by professionals….the difference – privately they wouldn't blatantly lie.
    __________________________________________________

    iilii <——————— my middle finger salute to our MSM still in awe,
    on their knees before FuBar Ack Hussein, in an incredibly strange body twist (their heads still deep inside his arshe)

    • http://www.themadjewess.wordpress.com MAD JEWESS

      Yeah, Yimach Shemo Vizchero to the MSM.
      I hope they all file chapter 11 w/ NO mercy from the judges

  • EthanP

    The fate of all false prophets

    • http://1389blog.com 1389AD

      There's a reason why the Judaeo-Christian tradition strongly condemns idolatry. Aside from being wrong, it's just plain stupid.

  • Jamie

    I betcha they'll leak the questions to Obama a few days in advance of the next debates, especially seeing that the "moderators" will be from CNN and CBS. The liberal progressive biased media will not let Obama doze off again, like he did in the first one. There is no doubt in my mind that Democrats will play really, really dirty. Their socialist agenda must not be stopped.

  • tagalog

    So for the Left the real Obama was not present at the first debate, and for Obama himself, the real Romney was not present at the debate. Wow, we had TWO empty chairs! If only I'd known.

    So it seems that for Lefties, if they lose the issue (whatever it might be, in this case a debate), it wasn't real. Have I got that right?

    • Guest

      Yes because they don't live in reality! Lol

  • Toecutter

    Ain't it a bitch when one of the Green Gods comes crashing back to Earth? Listen to the Lefties squeal, watch them squirm. Wait until they scream…

    Then the fun will begin.

  • tagalog

    A debate is a stylized form of trial by combat, much like a court trial, except that a debate includes almost exclusively closing argument without any of the eliciting of evidence. The winner is the person who causes the most damage to his opponent. The weapons that accomplish that damage are (1) knowledge of the relevant facts, and (2) the power of argument.

    Obama knows that and so does Romney. Romney armed himself and Obama did not. So Carville saying that Romney brought a chainsaw to the debate is a metaphorical way of stating the case that existed accurately, except that Carville didn't say that Obama brought a rubber sword.

  • tagalog

    I am SO looking forward to the Biden-Ryan debate!

    That is going to be a hoot!

    • WilliamJamesWard

      It will be the best comedy ever and Biden will supply zingers that will last 200 years……….I am
      already laughing…………….William

  • a.men

    Empty suit barry obama looked hungover in the debate. Very jaundiced and unhealthy looking like a crackhead !!

    • Kufar Dawg

      I imagine the mendacious hypocrisy of supporting islamofascism worldwide while claiming to be a promoter of freedom would wear anyone down, just look at shrillery!

  • Andy

    My guess is that he is getting the jitters about the next debate and by then with whatever preparation and help he gets from the low-life Axelrod, he will fall apart altogether. We will see him begin to stutter. When they get into foreign policy and if Mitt takes off his gloves, Barry Hussein will be toast – the romance with Islam, the bowing and scraping to the Saudi king, the support for Arab Spring leading to the murder of our ambassador, the romance with the Muslim Brotherhood and all the terrorist linked folks in the White House and other government departments, operation Fast & Furious and the latest – the Muslim sensitivity training demanded of enlisted men in Afghanistan – a truckload.

  • Andy

    Anybody who wants a good laugh, read the comments by readers in the New York Times – the hand wringing, the rationalizing, the shaking of fists, the general hysteria. It does the heart good to see leftist nasties suffer.

  • gerry

    Around the world the U S is seens as a jokerun by a pathological liar,a super power becoming a third world country,massive debts and deficits,voter intimidation as well as fraud.The Chinese believe that the country will become a failed state,this remind me of a Russian who predicted that the country will disintegrate.

  • gman213

    Careful how you spend your money there Bill. Seems like you cast it to the wind in the face of your idol.

  • Tpartywariror

    POTUS is lost without his TOTUS (teleprompter of the United States)

    • Stern

      Huge smile.

  • "gunner"

    i filled out my ballot last night, as the debate ended. my wife is hand delivering it to the town clerk's office as i type this. romney got my vote, as he would have anyway, but his performance, versus obama's set in stone. i saw the truth of obama, a weak man, a hollow man of no real substance. unable to look his challenger in the eyes, head cast down in defeat. if, as i hope, romney wins election i will not be looking at him as the "god king" obama's followers proclaimed him. i do not expect romney to still the rise of the oceans, or heal the planet, only to begin setting my country back on its proper path as a nation of free men and women, with government as servant, not master, with the constitution as our guide and fundamental law.

  • Kufar Dawg

    What does Bill Maher have to say about the zero's comment to the effect that there must be "no future" for those
    who "slander" the holy prophet of islam? Or is Bill Maher still the hypocrite who equates the dangers of the Christian right w/islamofascism?

    • trickyblain

      He does say that all religions are equally silly. He does, however, make a point that Islam is far more dangerous than the rest.

      • Kufar Dawg

        You wouldn't know this by listening to him, he regularly deprecates Christianity while soft-balling any and all criticism he makes of the RoP. And what HAS Bill Maher said about Obama's seeming advocacy of islamic blasphemy laws at the UN? Or for that matter any of the lieberal talking heads on the MSM?

        • trickyblain

          I saw this episode a couple weeks ago: http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2012/09/23

          In terms of the "seeming advocacy of islamic blasphemy laws," I really don't see how one can come to that conclusion unless omitting the vast majority of his speech.

  • Paul

    Why do you call them "progressives" ? That has a positive connotation.
    Call them "Illusionists"
    The crap these lefties are spouting are illusions
    so call them what they are !!

  • http://www.facebook.com/mladen.andrijasevic Mladen Andrijasevic

    Now imagine how we in Israel feel with such a naïve president appeasing Iran!

    Matthias Küntzel – Antisemitism, Messianism and the Cult of Sacrifice:The Iranian Holy War http://www.madisdead.blogspot.co.il/2012/09/matth

    • http://www.themadjewess.wordpress.com MAD JEWESS

      Mladen: Obama is NOT naive.
      He knows what he is doing; destroy, destroy, destroy

  • Ricky Michael

    When your one political sucess is Obamacare, you are doomed. It's like trying to shave your face with a chainsaw. Ouch!

  • Thomas Wells

    The mess is the message.

    • http://www.themadjewess.wordpress.com MAD JEWESS

      Too right!!

  • pyeatte

    "Michigan’s answer to Leni Riefenstahl (but without the cinematography skills)", or the photogenic appeal.

  • Save America Fund

    You should put a world wide donation fund together for the removal of this inept criminal out of office. We’d all pay Trillions to see world wide coverage of this low life getting tossed out on his ass. Caption on the screen says ‘The future does not belong to those who piss off the free world’.

  • WilliamJamesWard

    After Obama gets the boot by the voters, it can be claimed with validity by the next 100 Presidents
    that all that goes wrong is "Obama's fault"………The mess for Romney and the Nation is daunting,
    depressing and possibly devistating. If the American Spirit is not revived and all slugs shown the
    way out I am sure nothing short of Divine intervention make restoration possible. Pray Romney is
    up to the challenge and that good people come to the foreward……….Get rid of the professional
    politicians……………………………………William

  • Sunbeam

    Obama is not the right President for the United States. Thus he must be shown the exit door. I don't think he must be given another four more years, as we've seen how it's been like this last four years. He has been bias in his attitude towards the American people by and large due to the root where he came from. The main media should not help him run his discourse as evident of his fail foreign policy, and of the homeland immigration. What further proof do ordinary Americans need to justify this weaknesses before the whole nation comes to its realization?

  • Jon_Babtist

    One can't defend the indefensible.  4 years ago he could wax eloquent with his mendacious BS and it was harder to challenge. Now Romney will shoot his lies and distortions out of the air like clay pigeons. Finally after what seems like an eternity of this fraud droning on and on with his unchallenged dreck, he gets a well deserved smack down. And for those who think he is going to be the come back kid and reign supreme in future debates, they don't understand what happened.

  • Comrade Jim

    Al Gore has a point. Airheads don't function well at high altitudes.

  • Guest

    There is no such thing as a 'real Obama".

  • ROGERGB

    The Obama experiment failed a long time ago. It is time for them to start packing and hopefully leave the country. Maybe he can go try to destroy another economy like he has done this one.
    Even though I did not vote for Mr Obama I did pray that he would be an awesome President. He has divided the country like I have never seen in my 65 years. If he would have put as much effort into creating jobs instead of shoving Obamacare down the throats of 62% of the country that did not want it. Now we are seeing what Nancy Pelosi told us about passing it to see what is in it and we do not like it any better now.

  • David Conn

    To anyone with a trace of economic discernment and historical knowledge it is obvious that Obama was nothing but a glisteningly charismatic and narcissistic artificiality carefully groomed by impassioned radicals and then propped up for more than five years by a severely leftest media establishment, only to be further protected by a teleprompter. And in ninety minutes we saw revealed to the American public, without all these props and radical friends, a man ill-prepared for anything other than to be the Western world's greatest defender of Islam. Read JONESTOWN, ITS PORTENT HAS ARRIVED, written in the winter of 2007-2008.

  • jmz

    the saddest part about all this is you have a large froup of people who still support obama and actually think these excuses from altittude to racism to teleprompter are legit reasons. Its hard to imagine how these obama supporters who fully believe they are better than us in every way, not feel ashamed in makeing these excuses. understand forget partisanship, and forget that there is still alot of time and more debates comming in which anything can happen. they fact that they think a person who makes these excuses and who needs these excuses is qualified for the highest office in the land running the most powerful nation in the world shold offend EVERYONE! im no obamam supporter but even I feel sorry for him for having to have these worthless people as supporters. "all men are created equal" is the foundation of our fantastic country. but 1 moment after creation the differences arise exponentially. and ill be dammed if i consider thes people tobe my equal or better than me. i could drop 1000 iq points and still be smarter than them…and yes i mean 1000

  • Frank

    Now we know the "WHY" he is hiding his past and spending Millions of Dollars.

  • http://www.facebook.com/marvin.fox.526 Marvin Fox

    I watched the debate but I didn't need to. I knew who I would vote for because I knew the history, failures, and strengths of both, as well as any other fly-over land citizen could know. Romney is the best man for the job of administrating the government of a powerful Republic. Obama is so unqualified for the job, I would not have blamed him if he had called in sick.
    The biggest problem I have with traditional political debates is the treatment they get by the Media. Debates are treated more like sports event, with much of the same language used, than an important event having to do with the national future. Most are not debates, they are question and answer sessions controlled by questionable a Media participant. It would be easy to do better.
    Marvin Fox

  • FactsRule

    All of a sudden the term Black is back. I still think that if every previous president was Black, Obomber would be the first White president.

  • WilliamJamesWard

    The snake oil salesman having sold his oil and it turns sour in the stomachs of the duped, he sits
    back and prepares his new pitch, which of course will be nothing new, just modified shuck and jive.
    His supporters have ruined their reputations it they had any and will stay in denial and look to
    someone else to blame their failures on while Obama can truly say "The Devil made me do it."
    William

  • http://1389blog.com 1389AD

    I do not believe that Obama can ever do substantially better in a debate than he did in that one.

    Barack Hussein Obama doesn't have anything to learn with, and even if he did, he'd be too lazy to use it.

  • John

    A single night of victory won't undo 60 years of marxist infiltration and destruction of virtually all of our cultural institutions. Neither will 4 years of a possible Romney presidency. How do you "deprogram" several generations of American who have been brainwashed?

  • http://www.themadjewess.wordpress.com MAD JEWESS

    Good, glad these evil Bolshevik sub-humans are turning on each other.
    Hopefully, they will just start eating each other.
    Cannibal Liberals
    Yimach Shemo

    • Toecutter

      Quite right. Obama and his Illuminati mafioso are hard-core Bolsheviks. Stalin must be laughing his arse off.

  • Toecutter

    ‘People don’t like learning that their messiah is no messiah’ – quite correct. The Lefties hate it if you find fault in their arguments or even (how dare one) have the gall to question them. The fact is; Lefties think they have a moral superiority over everyone else. Don’t question a Leftie, for their massive ego may get tarnished. We don’t want to upset the little pets, do we, lest we stop them from creating the conditions to kill us all.

    I see this sort of pious twaddle all the time in Australia. Atfer all, we’re saddled with the same kind of mediocre, Bolshevist cretins.

    And which of the 13 families of the Illuminat of Obama a member of?

    • Toecutter

      Typo…
      I mean’t;

      And which of the 13 families of the Illuminati is Obama a member of?