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Monday, October 15, 2012

UPDATE: Anticipating the Next Presidential Debate

Read that graphic carefully. It does not say "FORWARD."

Definition of the word in the graphic:

1: habitually disposed to disobedience and opposition

2: archaic : adverse
I am anticipating sheer nastiness this next debate. This is Obama's last chance to do, as Ryan said, paint his adversary as someone to run from. The very best thing, strategically, Obama can do is simply come off as decisive, aggressive, and yet dignified. But I personally don't think he can avoid going on the attack, however, and that will just make him look bad.

All Romney has to do is keep is cool and keep turning things back on Obama's record. His campaign already seems to be doing just that. It's a win. If Obama turns nasty, he will succeed only in making himself look like someone to run from. But if Obama stays polite although aggressive, Romney can still trounce him on his record.

We'll see.

UPDATE: Well, Mr. Obama was fairly froward in my book, but he wasn't as bad as he could have been. By the way, he talks a good talk and it's easy to start believing him -- the master of that kind of charisma was Bill Clinton.

But I have one question for the President. Actually a statement, followed by a question. What you have done so far is clearly not working very well -- be it regarding the economy or foreign policy or whatever. If your plans that you're offering in this campaign are so wonderful for the future and are different from what you've been doing -- why on earth are you waiting until after the election and not simply DOING THEM NOW?

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