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(Politico)   5 things to watch for in tonight's debate: trolling, smirking, zingers, wingers and humdingers   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, obama, GOP nominee, Jeremiah Wright, lead in, working-classes, presidential debates, swing states, Newt Gingrich  
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2012-10-03 10:51:33 AM  
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Article is uninspired. The average Farker could list 5 more interesting things to look out for tonight

1) Obama reference to Romney's father
2) Romney playing something like "Obama tried hard but it didn't work and it's OK to try something new"
3) Romney being extra touchy with Obama when they shake hands
4) Obama have surprisingly short answers
5) Romney not mentioning Ryan's name once
2012-10-03 10:51:07 AM  
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MayoSlather: FTA: The president does not tend to fare as well going negative. But he has to attack.

Obama doesn't have to attack Mitt; all he has to do is make him be specific and force him off the script. That, or present a paradox to the Romnibot and watch his head explode.

Obama can't attack something as fluid as Romney's stance on...well, just about everything. It's like fighting against water; it can't be done. Instead, he just needs to redirect Romney where he wants him to go.
2012-10-03 10:18:55 AM  
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forgot the bleeps, the sweeps, and the creeps.
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