Romney did well, but where he hit a home run (bases loaded) was when he touched on the “Apology Tour” …..
Though cheering on the Arab Spring, was certainly NOT part of the Apology Tour, Obama tried to tell us it was a figment of Romney’s Imagination. That was as untrue as many of his other lies, but none so blatant so as to have cost good people their lives. ….. EXCEPT for Benghazi, of course …..
To his disdain, though he denied the entire apology tour and hoped we wouldn’t remember the Strasbourg, France, London, England, and Cairo, Egypt speeches, but we do.
When he mouthed those words, he lost any hope of gathering in of his former worshipers and at that point, and the election was over.
Every person in the nation knows that terminology was not only accurate but they’ve accepted it from the beginning, …… they’ve seen too many news clips and read too many articles about what was said ….. Evidently, voters memory does last 4 years …..
Even though Obama denied it being such, …… and though CNN did their best to spin it, there’s no changing the facts!
Also, tonight was to be focused on foreign policy, and it was; it’s just that the focus groups and those polled, understand how the economy is not only a threat to our stability, they understand how foreign policy and our economy are tied together.
And now, …. with the debate over, the final, most important CNN numbers are in. Though Obama may have won the night, by a slight margin, it was not playing out in the end numbers.
The final toll was based on the important question: “Did tonight move you toward one candidate or another, and if so, which?”
The answer was significant enough, especially with the momentum already being toward Romney. The answer was “YES!”
Now the questions are …….
- How big will the margins be?
- Will there be riots when Romney wins? We’ll see how badly racism is, in the black community ….. certainly, it’s more than in the white community!
- Will the president attempt to put in place methods to subvert the election?