Debate Preparations

Obama proving that education and intelligence are unrelatedTonight, Tuesday, October 16, 2012 is the 2nd Presidential Debate of this election season. It’s expected that Obama will strive to do better than he did at the first one or, at the very least, be able to considered as “present” during this one.

Given the “town hall” style of this 2nd debate and Obama’s longstanding dependance upon the TOTUS, this might be one of the boy’s more difficult tasks. To be fair though, his kind are against going outside their expertise so this failing is to be expected.

What remains to be seen is what the debate preparations will encompass.

The preliminary preparations have been completed for some time and this will be the biggest help for Obama’s quest to keep his job and to keep the FLOTUS happy. All that really remains in question is whether they’ve prepared their excuses and figured out who to blame if it should come to pass that Obama fails yet again.

I suppose, if everything goes to utter shit for Obama, he and his cronies and proxies can always make a case that they whole political debate process is racist. 😆

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5 Responses to “Debate Preparations”

  1. Sara Miller Says:

    Looking forward to seeing how it goes myself…

  2. jonolan Says:

    Yeah, it should be “interesting” irrespective of how Obama’s performance is perceived.

  3. Moe Says:

    jonolan, where oh where did Obama’s ‘cronies’ or supporters ever mention race when he lost the first debate? All I heard was Obama himself being blamed. Mostly for “not showing up”. Race comes up on stuff, but the debates? Nope.

    And no worry anyway cuz he won last night.

  4. Alfie Says:

    He Won? Most analysis does indeed give Obama the debate win but breakdowns of policy point and opinion go Romney. I also do not believe the days after of this debate will be as powerful as the first and last.

  5. jonolan Says:

    He did? You seem confident despite the fact that there’s no real results in yet on the matter, only a few preliminary polls. Those do, however, show Obama having squeaked by in the opinions of supposedly undecided voters.

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