Debate Roundup

A bad man makes everything bad – even things which had come with the appearance of what is best; but the upright and honest man corrects the wrongs of Fortune, and softens hardship and bitterness because he knows how to endure them; he likewise accepts prosperity with appreciation and moderation, and stands up against trouble with steadiness and courage.

Malus omnia in malum vertit, etiam quae cum specie optimi venerant: rectus atque integer corrigit prava fortunae et dura atque aspera ferendi scientia mollit, idemque et secunda grate excipit modesteque et adversa constanter ac fortiter.
Seneca. Epistle. XCVIII

English: Barack Obama delivers a speech at the...

English: Barack Obama delivers a speech at the University of Southern California (Video of the speech) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Part of the reason that Obama looked so bad last night is something we’ve talked about before, he’s an ‘affirmative action‘ hire. He’s never had to perform to the standards that the rest of us have, and last night he ran into a man who has objectively excelled. Mark America nails it here.

Anybody who’s ever raised a child knows that for them to get stronger, they must “take their lumps” along the way.  If you shelter children too much, particularly from the consequences of the choices they’ve made, they don’t learn from their worst mistakes, errors, and simple bad judgments.  The mainstream media has been treating Barack Obama as an affirmative action case for more than four years, and on Wednesday night in Denver, they paid a price:  Unprepared on the facts, and unaccustomed to facing pressing, difficult questions, Barack Obama looked stunned at first, and then annoyed, and finally petulant as he was thoroughly drubbed by Mitt Romney in the first Presidential Debate.  Even Jim Lehrer couldn’t prevent it, despite his obvious efforts to coach and guide President Obama. No amount of deck-stacking on the night could save Obama from his own state of unpreparedness.  This stunning defeat was a demonstration of the real world result of affirmative action, and since the media who has sheltered him is composed of leftists who believe in that nonsense, rather than toughen-up Obama, they will seek to shelter him further.

Continue reading Media Malpractice Leaves Obama Unprepared

Read the link and you tell me, isn’t that exactly what we saw, a confused, out of his depth man-boy who has never had to compete on a level playing field, who didn’t understand that being POTUS is what we used to call “Where the rubber meets the road” a job rooted in reality, not what somebody thinks “ought to be”. I think Mark is right too in that his sycophants and the media (but I repeat myself) will continue to shield him, which doesn’t bode well for him. Welcome to my world, it’s called reality.

Then there’s this from Cassandra over at Villainous Company

 More Romney, Unexpectedly

Veteran pollster Frank Lunz:

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

Though the Editorial Staff are very much enjoying the public spanking meted out last night to pundits on the left who have relentlessly trashed Romney and pundits on the right who have… well, relentlessly trashed their own guy (when they weren’t publicly wetting their pants in fear of the next soon-to-be-forgotten tempest in a teacup), we have to say that we really don’t understand why any of this should be in the least unexpected.

Romney’s whole life is a list of unexpected outcomes. Privileged youngest son of a self made man gives away his inheritance and goes on to amass a fortune worth over 200 million dollars. Sons of famous men – especially youngest sons – don’t usually equal, much less exceed, their father’s achievements.

Republicans aren’t usually elected governor of liberal states. When is the last time we saw a Republican earn so much respect and loyalty from those who have worked with him – even his political opponents – that one of them went on national TV to testify to his character and integrity?

Righty pundits spend way too much time worrying about Mitt’s supposed lack of conservatism. The man’s life demonstrates that in everything he does, Romney has conservative instincts and values. That he’s not ideological about it doesn’t bother us one bit.

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So, while nothing in life is ever certain, we’re hopeful. When it came to the war on terriers, George Bush had an overwhelming array of forces against him and yet – because he focused and refused to give in – he prevailed in the end. We sense that kind of focus and determination in Romney. It’s not to be found in his words, but in his life.

And that’s what really matters.

Villainous Company: More Romney “Unexpectedly!”.

This is somewhat tenuously connected but, it does go to character, which has a lot to do with being a decent president, and that what we were talking about above in regards to Romney.

Via Maggie’s Notebook from Hillbuzz’s Kevin DuJan comes this. Is it true? I haven’t a clue but, I know this, in Chicago, which may be the most corrupt city in the country, you can buy anything you want, or your life can be a living hell. I do know Kevin has been talking about this since before the 2008 election, and has paid a price for it.

Dr. Jerome Corsi has bravely broken the longstanding embargo on talking about Jeremiah Wright’s “Down Low Club” at Trinity United Church of Christ here in Chicago.  You can read his article on this HERE, via WND.

Like “Fight Club”, the first rule of the “Down Low Club” is to never talk about the “Down Low Club”.  If you do, you will be murdered.  That’s not a joke.  There were a string of murders from 2005-2007 that involved men who were killed because they had knowledge of Jeremiah Wright’s Down Low Club and the closeted gay black men who partook in the club’s orchestrated cover-up of their homosexuality.

Read more http://hillbuzz.org/time-to-tell-everyone-you-know-about-jeremiah-wrights-down-low-club-barackobama-presobama-26407

Interesting times, huh?

 

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10 Responses to Debate Roundup

  1. Sherry says:

    FTA:When it came to the war on >>>terriers<<<
    …my schnauzer is heading to the gun shop now…lol!

    Seriously, this is a great post you have compiled!
    So, there is something to this Down Low Club? OMG-Obama Must Go!

    I wonder if Obama had one too many WH Honey Beers the night before? He didn't look well let alone coming off as unprepared. Axelrod said that Obama didn't want to bother with fact-checking Romney. What a hoot1 That's part of what a debate is about!

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    • I really know nothing beyond Kevin’s but, he has been saying similar stuff for about 4 years. And thanks.

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  3. Spot-on analysis. Obama knows nothing about the bottom line or governance of more than an ACORN classroom. The set-up of the debate was the best we’ve had. Short and to the point questions and the same question to both. Leherer would have given Obama more time (which in the end he did have) but Romney was ready refused to let it happen more than once. Some say Leherer lost control, but that only happened when he would have allowed a filibuster, but the decisions was removed from his control.

    We definitely did see a confused man child who was being held accountable. Too bad the offense was so large that the world hinges on it.

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    • It really was a good debate, first one I remember that actually got into substance with a good give and take. (Well it would have been, if both had been prepared).

      And there is the exact problem, the job is leadership of the free world, it’s too important to let amateurs run it, not that anybody is really prepared but at least Romney appears to have principles to guide him, and a working brain, that should be enough.

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  4. mtsweat says:

    Interesting no doubt good friend. Mr. Romney is definitely more than many gave him credit. Possibly even me… although at this stage of the game, I’m all in for any hope and change… as long as it differs from the last four years. I must admit that the 47% plus a few makes me wonder have we tottered over the edge, where those who get a little for no contribution are becoming a majority, but Mr. Romney’s words sounded very American last night. Pray that there are enough who still know and believe upon the principles this great nation was founded upon to get the job done! It seems the Romney/ Ryan ticket has a clue… even without Big Bird.

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    • Yep, I surely liked what I heard. Like Cassandra said he’s lived the life of a conservative, he was about my fourth choice, like he was for so many of us but, I believe he will do quite nicely, as long as we give him a proper Congress. It’s time for even Big Bird to earn his own keep, which I suspect he can do as well.

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  6. “Righty pundits spend way too much time worrying about Mitt’s supposed lack of conservatism. The man’s life demonstrates that in everything he does, Romney has conservative instincts and values. That he’s not ideological about it doesn’t bother us one bit.”

    this is a great quote, NEO. thanks for it.

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