Was the Presidential debate last week the 'Rearranging the Deck Chairs' moment for the Obama reelection campaign? All the signs are there. The empty chair, oops, I mean empty suit debate. Delusional responses from the White House about Obama's debate performance. Overly boisterous cries of how Romney will harm an imaginary bird on a tv show. The wheels on the bus go around and around but the elevator is stuck on stupid in the White House.
Best debate excuses:
1. It was the high altitude - Al Gore
2. #ObamaDebateExcuses contracted virulent strain of #beiberfever
3. My dog ate my notes. Then I ate the dog #ObamaDebateExcuses
4. #ObamaDebateExcuses "He was using that Mormon mind control thing on me"
5. #ObamaDebateExcuses I didn't fail that. Someone else made that happen
6. #ObamaDebateExcuses I was trying deliver my speech, but this guy kept contradicting me with a lot facts. Numbers too. What was that about?
For some more humorous tweets on the debate check out #ObamaDebateExcuses .
The writing has been on the proverbial wall for the Obama reelection for some time. All of it was self inflicted. The most important issue of the past 4 years is the economy. So what is the logical thing to do? Spend money like not just a drunk sailor but an entire drunken navy. Even that's not good enough so we should borrow more money and spend that too. This is the Titanic and we have been listing ever since January 20th, 2009.
The main stream media colluders have done everything they can to protect this administration and lay blame everywhere else but where it belongs. Their plan was working great until last week when arrogant Obama thought all he needed to do was show up. What happened 4 years ago that the main stream media decided Obama didn't need vetting? They are just as much to blame for this mess as Obama. If he had been fully vetted maybe he doesn't get elected hell maybe, (I can't believe I'm suggesting this!), Hillary Clinton would have gotten the Democratic nomination. Things sure have eroded the past 4 years to the point that conservatives pine for the days of having a Clinton in the White House.
My favorite quote about the debate last week came from James Carville. "My point is this — President Obama came in, he wanted to have a conversation. It takes two people to have a conversation. Mitt Romney came in with a chainsaw. He’s trying to talk to a chainsaw.”
If you are one of the few who haven't seen the debate here it is in its entirety:
It is time for a new Captain that will lead us out of these treacherous waters!