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(The Daily Beast)   Eight things that Obama needs to do in tonight's debate - aside from having a pulse   (thedailybeast.com) divider line 112
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2012-10-16 01:04:00 PM
He needs to tie Romney to Legitimate Rape Akin and every other clown under the GOP Big Top. Keep reminding people it's a package deal.
He needs to remind people that Romney's staff walks back everything Romney says when he's talking to a non-partisan crowd.
He needs to point out that Romney is a Wall Street Sharpie, Not a job creator. Not a talented CEO.
 
2012-10-16 01:04:00 PM

GameSprocket: I think he should bring up the fact that the only people who have experienced Romney's executive ability are polling for Obama with a double digit lead.


Repeat this in every thread, to every Romney supporter:

After four years of his leadership, Romney had a 33% approval rating.

33% Romney is a 33%er. 66% of the state he led thought he was a shiat leader. He ties Bush for having a 33% approval rating on leaving office, but it only took half as long for people to discover he was a shiat leader.

Romney is a 33%er. Repeat as needed.
 
2012-10-16 01:15:02 PM

barneyfifesbullet: C'mon. All Obama has to do is show up tonight.
Most of the media already have their BIG OBAMA COMEBACK VICTORY stories already written. Especially now with Romney pulling away a bit in the already oversampled Dem polls.


I feel like we're all being baited. Every election has to be a nail-biter. Something has to fill up that 24 hours of "news." 

But one thing for sure--the internet is going to melt down tonight.
 
2012-10-16 01:15:30 PM

beta_plus: Be a rude, loud mouth, jack ass who laughs inappropriately at his opponents statements. That's a sure fire way to win.


Hey, worked for Romney~!
 
2012-10-16 01:18:53 PM

I_Love_Cheesecake: Be angry and take no prisoners, Obama!

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Unleash Luther
 
2012-10-16 01:20:13 PM

js34603: Hopefully he's reading this thread before the debate. Lot of astute campaign managers frequent Fark apparently.


Maybe they should; seriously, it seems some of us can actually put the right words together to tell the people WTF is going on. The whole "Keep It Simple, Stupid" theory and all that.
 
2012-10-16 01:38:51 PM

beta_plus: Be a rude, loud mouth, jack ass who laughs inappropriately at his opponents statements. That's a sure fire way to win.


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2012-10-16 02:06:50 PM

spman: bonefish: My dad who was absolutely pissed at me when he found out I registered as a Democrat said it all a few weeks ago. "I was going to vote for Romney, but I can't do that now. The man in a roundabout way called half the country losers. How can a man like that be president?" I thought hell had frozen over.

Seems like everyone has an anecdote about their hardcore GOP friends / family members / co workers that are suddenly swearing up and down that they hate Romney and would never vote for him, and is using this as evidence of his lack of appeal to anyone, but don't kid yourselves, when the chips are on the table, all these people are still going to vote for him.


Republicans vote in lock step despite rhyme or reason?

Stop the presses.
 
2012-10-16 04:55:05 PM

bikerific: He should learn from the VP debate, in which Biden was too pushy, aggressive, and respectful.

He should stay calm, keep his responses even-toned, and rebut with simple facts. Not be too confrontational. Maybe just take some notes.

The media will eat that right up.


You have been favorited.
 
2012-10-16 06:34:49 PM

spman: bonefish: My dad who was absolutely pissed at me when he found out I registered as a Democrat said it all a few weeks ago. "I was going to vote for Romney, but I can't do that now. The man in a roundabout way called half the country losers. How can a man like that be president?" I thought hell had frozen over.

Seems like everyone has an anecdote about their hardcore GOP friends / family members / co workers that are suddenly swearing up and down that they hate Romney and would never vote for him, and is using this as evidence of his lack of appeal to anyone, but don't kid yourselves, when the chips are on the table, all these people are still going to vote for him.


True. But then there's the 3-4 people of Facebook who profess their Romney love whose 20 something kids will lose their insurance when/if the ACA gets axed... But, Romney has a plan for their kids. They will magically find good employment or something? He must really be a true moderate Republican. (much like I voted for Bush over Kerry oops or not?)
 
2012-10-17 02:10:21 AM

unlikely: And if he does all of those things flawlessly AND has Jesus Christ rise up from the void to endorse him, the media will reluctantly raise their evaluation from "Obama got destroyed out there" to "It was a tie but only in the thinnest possible sense, I don't think this was the performance Obama needed."


Called it.
 
2012-10-17 12:18:09 PM

unlikely: unlikely: And if he does all of those things flawlessly AND has Jesus Christ rise up from the void to endorse him, the media will reluctantly raise their evaluation from "Obama got destroyed out there" to "It was a tie but only in the thinnest possible sense, I don't think this was the performance Obama needed."

Called it.


Yup. Now let's see if I called it (I hope not):

BuckTurgidson: And no matter which, the lefties will immediately accept the GOP/media analysis without objection and spend the next three weeks doing the Republican Party's concern trolling for them.


Will the Dems grow a pair, act like winners, and steadfastly assert, highlight, and act on Obama's victory?
Or will they once again let themselves be cowed and concern-trolled to uncritically accept, repeat, and amplify the shenanigans GOP/media "analysis"?
 
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