Who Won the Debate?


JFK

JFK (Photo credit: Mike Jahn)

Obama was finally ready for friendly fire from Mitt Romney.  I think both men held their own.  Romney had some really good lines like we can’t kill our way out of this and told Obama that attacking him was not an agenda.  Mitt must have got the memo and the meme that he was going to be painted as a warmonger and one who start a war should he win.  I hate wars, rumors of wars and talk of war but I had to listen to this debate. Not just because it was the anniversary of JFK‘s talk to the people about crazy Cuba and ruffian Russia about to sneak attack our shores or our cities.

That is in the past but did Obama really pass the commander in chief test as valiantly as JFK did? I don’t think so.  Mitt had a real look of a winner for the first time.  He has become more likeable.   Finally I think we need some real role models.  White folks have got to step up because Mexicans and blacks continue to have bastard (technical term–no daddies)  babies at a young age and rely way too much on welfare and think it is okay to have a baby at sixteen.

I think that Mormonism is a good model.  It is a better model than Obama’s Mao Mao daddy and welfare and social dependency that will give everybody a fair shot.  He slipped and said that recently.

I am a conservative, independent who was undecided at the beginning of the campaign and I still am because there is no solid conservative in this race. I voted early and straight GOP as I said I would. It comes down to who told fewer lies with a straight face.  Or who told more lies to the camera with a wink and a nod.  Finally, I couldn’t care less if Obama loses.  I am through with him.  And if you use that idiom please note it is comprised of FOUR words, one contraction making it THREE words.  And it is not: “could careless or could care less”  even so-called educated people can’t get my idiom right LOL. You are actually saying the opposite of what you mean when you leave out the “not”.  I think  the use of the negative is tricky for some people. 

Here’s what changed my mind: I voted my values, although I hope the next president can keep the stock market in a bullish mode.  Hopefully Romney can hold up a higher standard of family life and business model and doing the right thing like my kids did: get an education, get a job, get married THEN have CHILDREN! And stop leaving teachers to raise your little bastards and then complaining about the JOB WE ARE DOING.  Don’t make me mad when they touched on how much they love teachers.  Yes we deserved that shout out and now something about it.  Keep these brown and black people from having babies that they don’t care about two years after they are born.  Get some parental education going as well as English classes.  We know everyone has reproductive rights and can have as many babies as they cannot feed.  They also have unreproductive rights AKA choice option to abort aas many babies as they can feed.  The last stats I saw said that married women had more abortions than any other group, especially black married women.  Who knew?

Oh boy, that’s the domestic mess we are in now.

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Meaning of "trough" -- Trough is the bottom of a transverse wave. And generically means a low point or a place to fill. Venus is related to this meaning. Veins are to be filled, and venusian people are loving. The left is more venusian than the right, hence The Trough--where Heloise helps the great and the small. Heloise the politico from Blogcritics.org. Physics preacher, blogger, gardener, beach lover, book lover, writer, author.

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