Oct 03 2012

Debate Win: The China Test!

Published by at 9:31 pm under All General Discussions

Romney just won the Tea Party/Libertarian vote. EVERY damn program should be re-validated. Every damn one.

And the question must be, is this program so important that we need to borrow money from China AND burden the next THREE generations with the the IOU to keep a program alive.

This test does what we need: shrink government to its BAREST necessary size.

Win: Romney!

Update (9:40 Eastern): Romney one again when  he made the statement he has been in business for many years, and no one gets a tax break moving jobs overseas. Obama does need an accountant! That was almost as good as the “I knew john Kennedy and you are no John Kennedy” debate zinger.

I also want to note the education system in this nation only began to fail when it began addicted to federal dollars.

Update (9:50): I am pleasantly surprised. Dr. Milquetoast (Romney) actually has a great passion when he is in policy wonk mode. The passion the man has never shown yet. Obama’s aloofness is hurting him big time (not to mention he is backing the albatross of ‘big government’). And the passion of Romney is in balancing government (read “reducing its power to make mistakes”), which has a huge edge in 2012.

Update (9:55): Oh Lord, Obama walked right into it. He basically said if you are oppose government intervention  (a huge majority), then Romney is your man! Woohoo.

And what is with Lehrer? He keeps trying to save Obama from himself.  Normally he has more self control.

BTW: there is a great internet discussion going on a Hot Air. Nearly 3,000 comments already! Ok, all 1o of our regular readers need to run over there and get into the debate!

Update: (10:15): Wow, Romney has Obama not only on his heels, he has Obama pissed. McCain NEVER rattled Obama like this. Smoking!

Final Update: Good lord, Romney wiped the floor with the President. The left can spin all they want, but that was a disastrous first debate if the Tea Party, Moderate, Libertarian CENTER is your target. Look for a serious (and irreversible) shift in the polls this week.  The silent insurgent voter is going to be all of a sudden interested and engaged.

Final, Final Update: I did like the debate format – a lot!

Final, Final, Final (I mean it, I am going to bed) Update: CNN snap poll of registered voters who watched 67% Romney – 25% Obama winner. Wipe out Romney.  CNN delayed their focus group to an hour after Fox to hide Obama debacle. Fox focus group shows huge shift to Romney.

What was a tied race now becomes a blow. The Incompetent-In-Chief implodes in next debate as pressure from a real challenger blows his cool. This election is over. Fox News focus group proves the undecideds all moved to Romney – Obama not going to get them back.

October Surprise: Libya. 6 days of incompetent cover up (blame the vide0) after weeks of warning and attacks means Obama cannot defend against next 9-11. Good Lord, they failed in LIBYA to see the warning signs!!!!


8 responses so far

8 Responses to “Debate Win: The China Test!”

  1. jwb says:

    Obvious demonstration of the Obama Presidency: without TOTUS, there is no POTUS.

  2. Frogg1 says:

    Undecided voters in focus group swing sharply toward Romney; Frank Luntz: ‘I’ve never seen anything like this’; CBS post-debate poll shows big win for Romney


    VIDEO: Frank Luntz Debate Focus Group


  3. oneal lane says:

    Good debate, Romney scores. However, this election is far from over! Heed Sarah Palins warning. “The Chicago mob that runs Obama will not go down easy”.

    Watch out for dirty tricks, and a willing media!

  4. kathie says:

    Romney is a serious, critical thinker. Hip hop is out…..thoughtfulness is in.

  5. Redteam says:

    Debate. Romney clear winner. Election, still gonna be hard to win for Romney. Dimocrats have a lot more dead voters than Repubs do. Watch the critical precincts in the swing states. They will find a lot of ballots in the trunk of cars (miraculously all for Obama) kinda like all the ballots that kept falling out of the sky for Franken in Minnesota. That and all those dead people that voted. The Dims are good at stealing elections and it will be hard to fight that machine. Remember, they almost stole the 2000 election but they counted on the courts too much instead of dead voters. They won’t make that mistake again.

  6. lurker9876 says:


    Since you live next door to Virginia, I’m wondering if you have a read on the ground in regards to the WARN notices being deferred due to unsigned indemnification of legal fees. And what is the general feeling of the defense employees in Virginia in regards to the budget sequestration?

  7. AJStrata says:


    Actually I live in Northern VA and am I life long native of the state. I am not aware of any WARN notices, but I do know everyone here is aware of the sequestration impact – so no notices doesn’t mean squat. This area lives and breathes inside-the-beltway-discussions, so of course everyone knows about the sequestration impact on the military and are royally pissed off.

    Lack of media coverage, or pretending the cuts are not coming at the top, is a dumb and useless effort. Best known ‘secret’ out here.

  8. lurker9876 says:

    Yeah, I was wondering about the ground “feelings” in spite of Obama’s efforts to convince defense contractors to delay their WARNs.

    Whether WARNS are issued or not has no impacts to the unemployment rate until January. Anything can happen during the lame duck session.

    So the people of VA are still so aware of Obama’s shenanigans and are very angry with him? Then VA should be in the solid red column no matter what Obama does, if that’s the case?

    Someone told me that indeminification pushed by Obama should be signed via a legal contract. Either I’m surprised that a major defense company decided to delay WARNs or they already got a signed contract.

    Something is fishy here.