Wednesday, October 17, 2012

2nd Debate: Obama by a Nose

»In listening to the morning media feedback, my assessment of last night's Hofstra debate is correct: President Obama won by a few points.

»I will now revise my election-prediction: Barring a situation similar to the one where Al Gore lost to Bush in Florida, Obama will win UNLESS gasoline jumps to $5 a gallon very close to election day.

»Romney's comments about the price of gas are getting yawns this morning. That tells me the Sheeple have rolled over and wallets have become numb to $4 a gallon gas. After all, hasn't talk radio been calling that "the new norm" for the past several days? Such a perception acts on Romney's gas remarks like a muzzle on a gun. $5 a gallon and that muzzle comes off in a huge hurry.


Christine @ Hofstra [picture via Facebook]
Shoutout to WTEN Channel 10 Albany! CHRISTINE BEHIND THE SCENE! A preview of video journalism to come! Too bad their webmaster couldn't make a working link on the station homepage - that's why I had to cross out WTEN and shoutout directly to the reporter! - Here's Christine's FACEBOOK page!

FACT-CHECK NEEDED: "President Obama poured on the #ladyparts pandering during the second presidential debate last night at Hofstra University. He falsely claimed that Planned Parenthood provides mammograms to “millions” of women — a lie that went unchallenged..." Please get back to me via comments/facebook comments...

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Where Barack Obama Won The Debate
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