Domestic Policy Debate

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The next big political event is the domestic policy debate.

Obama, the Chicago Charmer vs. Prince Romney of Massachusetts on October 3rd, in Denver, CO. Be there!

Prince Romney thinks he’s got the edge because of his background as a financial predator and is desperate to land a knockout punch to prop up his stinking poll numbers in the swing states.

Obama will counter punch with heavy doses of reality on Romney’s ‘out of touch’ blind side that will leave him staggering at the podium.

Romney will come back flailing like a windmill in heavy breeze. Very dangerous if the Prince gets lucky and lands a blow.

Who will be the winner? We all are, we live in a great country! Tune in and decide for yourself. 8 - )

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New Jersey’s Republican Gov.

New Jersey’s Republican Gov. Chris Christie, (obviously still giddy from this week’s news that mortgage foreclosures are up 101% in his state,) predicts Mitt Romney’s performance in the first debate will be a game changer!

Meanwhile Mitt Romney’s staff continues to prepare their candidate for the debate. Nothing is being left to chance!

Mitt will be wearing stove pipes on his legs under his pants to prevent him from accidently putting his foot in his mouth. The stove pipe was made in China by a company that was off-shored by Bain Capital. Hopefully the pipe can withstand the enormous pressures that Mr. Romney will be putting on it.

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Oh-oh, Mitt Romney won the debate last night.

If you were too dazzled to notice, (by Gov. Romney’s debating skills,) his message remains the same. Tax cuts for the rich, Medicare vouchers for when you grow old, and a promise that it isn’t going to cost you anything!

President Obama missed one opportunity after another to counter Gov Romney’s talking points and lost the debate. Now that the debate is over, I don’t think the press or Obama’s Presidential campaign will let Romney off so easy.

Congratulations on your debate win Gov Romney, now let’s see if you can win enough votes in the election.

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Ahhhwww Sour Grapes from Gort...

Sticking to the party line well good for you.

Saying the same over and over hoping somebody believes it still doesn't make it true there gort..

btw--The media might be harder on Romney? Really?

"During Mitt Romney's overseas visit earlier this week, 86 percent of the coverage on ABC, CBS and NBC "emphasized Romney's perceived gaffes," according to a content analysis of 21 major news stories by the Media Research Center, which also compared Mr. Romney's trip to a similar excursion made by President Obama in 2008."

Yeah they might be... it might actually make 90% now.

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The Left having a field day...on Obama

I have to admit, for once I have to agree with something Michael Moore said and some of his tweets about the debate were hilarious in ripping Obama's performance to shreds. "This is what happens when you hire John Kerry as a debate coach" and "Fire all debate consultants now" were good, but the "If Romney keeps this up, Obama is going to vote for him" was classic.

Chris Matthews-another blowhard and staunch defender of all things progressive-may have been even better in his analysis and disgust.

Bill Maher: "Maybe he DOES need a teleprompter!"

The media and Team Obama have been going after Romney's positions over and over but at some point your quarterback has to make it happen on the field, and last night, Obama got sacked about 6 times and threw 4 interceptions. Legendary moderator Jim Lehrer played the role of replacement ref and Romney treated him like one, to his advantage. As Matthews said "this is a guy who came to win, to beat the champ, and the moderator, whatever he thinks he is, doesn't matter. What's romney doing? Winning!"

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The absolute value of debates is debateable.

Romney is the messenger who is looking better with a message that stayed the same. It reminds me of the Sugar Ray Leonard v "Marvelous" Marvin Hagler match: Sugar Ray won on points, but definitely did not beat up Marvelous Marvin. While the messenger won the first debate, Romney's assault on the environment, social programs and the 47%, to name a few, is still a loser.

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rollingstone: Hmmmmm

Hagler "didn't take the fight" to Sugar Ray and that was his undoing with the judges. Close fight but didn't live up to the hype either. Considering Chris Matthews had a lot of boxing references in his diatribe against Obama last night, I figured you would have noticed that :)

One debate does not an election make by any means, but Romney was in a position to where he needed a win and he went out and got it. Considering the hyper-partisan environment that we live in today, it's kind of amazing that the CNN poll had 67% saying Romney won, the highest since they started polling debates in 1984. Also, the blistering rants and howling from all the progressives immediately afterwards was telling.

At the end, it's a plus for Romney and a minus for Obama. I expect to see a much more engaged Obama int he next debate and it will be interesting to see the fireworks. Romney has now destroyed Gingrich and Obama in two debates when he really need to win so the next debate should be good theater.

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Did anyone else notice we were mentioned in October's Readers

Digest (page 36) America's Most Interesting Towns? We were NO. 2 Most interesting parade. "For parades on Memorial Day and Fourth of July, golf carts, thousands of them festooned with streamers, banners and cartoon faces-putt-putt through Peachtree City, Georgia to Lake Peachtree for a massive fireworks display." Also nice pic of one of our floats.

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Obama's Freudian "Fair Share"

It seems that the true Obama still wants "everybody to GET a fair share", although he did scratch harder than a cat in a litter box taking Exlax to cover it up!

http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/obama-everybodys-getting-fair-share_...

Note to Obama, if you change that phrase to "We will see to it that everyone in America has the same OPPORTUNITY to EARN their own share of prosperity" it might go over better. You see that is what real Americans believe. -GP

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Hey Obama.. it's October.. Surprise...!

What do you think Michelle is thinking...?

http://cdn.washingtonexaminer.biz/cache/r620-f366f40a01a5917f4c85c3c1878...

According to Al Gore it was the altitudes fault... Obama was oxygen starved.

“I’m going to say something controversial here,” Gore said on his Current TV network’s post-debate analysis. “Obama arrived in Denver at 2:00 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, maybe ….”

Al Gore's "intelligence" on display yet again...

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Axlerod...we need help!

David "The Red" Axlerod is in panic mode, he reportedly has asked the media to help attack Romney http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2212961/Top-Obama-aide-say-debat...

The only question that I have is how would anyone be able to tell if they are helping?

Most of the main street media is already so far in the tank for Obummer they are coming out the carburetor!

And for those who are not familiar with the Commie Brokenrod: http://floppingaces.net/2012/07/12/david-the-red-axelrods-communist-root... -GP

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Steve Wynn on Jobs...

WYNN: I've created about 250,000 direct and indirect jobs according to the state of Nevada's measurement. If the number is 250,000, that's exactly 250,000 more than this president, who I'll be damned if I want to have him lecture me about small business and jobs. I'm a job creator. Guys like me are job creators and we don't like having a bulls-eye painted on our back.

The president is trying to put himself between me and my employees. By class warfare, by deprecating and calling a group that makes money 'billionaires and millionaires who don't pay their share.' I gave 120% of my salary and bonus away last year to charities, as I do most years. I can't stand the idea of being demagogued, that is put down by a president who has never created any jobs and who doesn't even understand how the economy works.

I think he has Obama figured out...

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