So here are the questions I would ask at tonight’s presidential debate:
Should we cut social security or just kill all the old people?
The Congressional approval rating is only 10%. Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi had a 15% approval rating when we supported him being killed and dragged through the streets. So what does that say about congress?
Why do you think your running mate is the best VP Candidate? Is he more important than your wife?
How many times a day do you masturbate?
What do you do to relax? Besides masturbate?
Can you request an all female Secret Service team to protect you? With big cans? You are the President, so why not? Do you hate women?
Who was the greatest black President, ever? And who was the worst? And why?
I would also ask that fat slob moderator, Candy Crowley a question. “Candy – you consider yourself a serious journalist, but have a stripper’s name. Why not change it? And trust me honey, you would starve as a stripper”.
And this town hall format sucks. It will be a bunch of inane questions.
Obama debate coaches preview Benghazi defense:
That Cutter hack obviously achieves orgasm when lying.
As such, she’d be an Olympic Gold Medalist in marathon orgasms.
Good questions, Walt.
Obama can’t speak about his “achievements”, because either they don’t exist (economic recovery) or Americans don’t want them (Obamacare, stimulus). Instead Obama will try to talk about Romney. We’ll be hearing about Bain prior to 1997, Romney’s tax rates from a decade ago, “47% of people don’t pay taxes”, blahblahblah. Fortunately, this is a skirmish Obama can’t win. Both candidates will naturally claim to be able to fix the economy. On the other hand, if the topic is Romney, the authority is ……Romney. When a debater talks about the opponent, the opponent has the opportunity to talk about himself. Advantage, defense.
We’re looking for Obama to attack desperately. The more interesting question is the media reaction. If Obama shows up with a beating pulse, the media will proclaim a historic comeback victory, “reality overcoming obfuscation”, etc……..
Math IS tough.
That’s nice, but Reagan also increased the deficit and debt/Gdp ratio. you can’t increase prosperity by increasing the size of government. The inefficiencies created by the attempt to do so will lead to inevitable catastrophes. Our current malaise is due to the size of local, state and federal governments. Keynesian Reagan’s policies won’t help this economy.
In fairness to Reagan, he cut a tax cut deal with Tip O’Neal that was supposed to have matching spending cuts down the road that O’Neal knew he would never honor. If my memory serves correctly, trusting O’Neal was one of Reagan’s principal regrets.
Lesson: Never trust a Demoncrat. They will ALWAYS lie.
Edit clean up on last post please. I love iPad, but damn these screen based
Dems were to blame. Tefra was supposed to cut guv spending three dollars for every dollar of tax increases. Dems reneged and spent more.
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