Throwing flags

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10 thoughts on “Throwing flags

  1. Richard

    MSNBC is calling a foul tonight.

    Chris Mathews has got to get the SNL opening slot this week with his “This was not an MSNBC debate. We Have our Knives out every night attacking. This was a slaughter. Romney attacked and attacked and Obama just stood there looking down”.

  2. Todd Zaino

    Take Obama away from his telepromptor and he folds up like a cheap suit. Barry looked bored, upset, and totally out of his comfort-zone last night. Dear Leader couldn’t even look at Mitt last night. The curtain has been pulled back and Obama was totally exposed last night.

    If you think last night was comical…wait until Uncle Joe goes up against Ryan next Thursday…talk about a must see train wreck.

  3. Todd Zaino

    15 yard penalty on Barry for trying to tell Jim Lehrer to move on to any other topic…besides the economy. Barry used to love to use car analogies in the first two years in office. Last night poor Barry looked at Mitt as he was his father and he just cracked up his dad’s brand new car…time to hand the keys over there Barry.

    The circus is leaving town, time for adults to clean up the mess of the last four years.

    You can’t make this stuff up!

  4. Todd Zaino

    I am confident that once the debates talk about Libya, Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan,, Egypt, Israel, and Fast and Furious…that Barry will perform much better than last night…oh wait a minute…that’s all a hot mess as well.

  5. Todd Zaino

    For Patrice

    Media allowed Obama to slide
    About Libya he clearly lied
    Best debate I ever saw
    Barry’s got a glass jaw
    Mitt’s going to win in a landslide

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