Theodore's World: CNN Poll Shows Mitt Romney Wins First Presidential Debate over Barack Obama by a 67%-25% Margin!

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October 04, 2012

CNN Poll Shows Mitt Romney Wins First Presidential Debate over Barack Obama by a 67%-25% Margin!

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Wild Thing's comment............

I love what he said above in the video. And here is something else that was excellent...
LMAO I LOVE THIS! Quote of the night ....
Romney TO Obama...." Look I've been in business 25 years and I have NO idea what you are talking about."
Romney is on a roll... Gosh I love this man, he is going to be the best President ever!!!!! Mitt Romney is absolutely awesome!!!!!!

Anyone that missed the debate really missed something I have never seen before. It was from start to finish Romney taking on Obama non stop. Obama, kept making faces, angry looks, smirks etc.

Posted by Wild Thing at October 4, 2012 02:55 AM


Our day has come.

After nearly four years of being insulated by a bias and protective press, finally a strong challenge and some stiff criticism to this aberration, this colossal, hugest of American mistakes.

The President was not only unprepared, he was demure, timid, stuttering, and inept.

Proof positive that this self absorbed President has had it so easy and docile in the White House since 2009 surrounded by the fawning and adulation of others. He’s weak and flailing.

It’s been not only an empty chair, but an empty suit. The emperor has no clothes, and as Clint Eastwood well said, this laziest of Presidents "is the greatest hoax ever perpetuated on the American people."

In stark contrast, Romney was prepared, authoritative, articulate, highly in command and lucid with Reagan-like cheerful assurance.

Wild Thing and all readers of this PC Free Zone Gazette in Theodore’s World:

Sean in California, BobF in Missouri, TomR in Texas, Darth, Billy, Marc, Jan, Lynn, Robert, Willy, Steve, James, Eddie, Joel, John, Pete, DaWulf, Avatar, Les, Trish, Dave, Odin, Billy Ray, Ignatius, Cuchieddie, Eddy, Rick, Ron, Glenn, Eden, Myles, Brad, Annette, Linda, Jack, Jim, Lisa, and Mark (haven’t heard from you in a while, we miss you, Mark),

Our long national nightmare will be over soon. It’s time.

It’s our time. It’s our turn to rise to the occasion as this son of George Romney has risen to the occasion. He did so last night, bold and valiant. Leadership, true.

So can we, too, rise. Take time now to write down the names of your neighbors, your friends and your relatives that you can encourage to show up and vote.

We have a month. Make it count. RIse up.

Let’s elect the 45th President of the United States, Mitt Romney.

We are on the cusp of a new American Renaissance. Be a part of it.

We are Americans.

The stars and stripes forever !

Posted by: Carlos at October 4, 2012 06:27 AM

Well said Carlos. I hope you don't mind but I'm going to take your comment here and post it in my friends blog. I did leave out the "roll call" but everything else is there.

Also, Mark hasn't been here in a while.

Posted by: BobF at October 4, 2012 09:48 AM

Once again Carlos has nailed it.

He is right, we all need to take the spirit of this debate and run with it. This is the moment of truth in this campaign.

On a lighter note. My first reaction to the CNN poll numbers. Looks like Mitt may have picked up, 22 of the 47%

Posted by: Sean at October 4, 2012 10:11 AM

Thanks Carlos. Your comments are always like a William F Buckley piece. Except you use language that doesn't require a Phd in English from Oxford to understand.

Romney surprised me. I did not know he had an ability to be assertive and aggressive. We have not had that characteristic in the Oval Office since Reagan. NOW I have optimism. With both Romney and Ryan traveling the conservative road and doing so without apology voters now have a very very clear distinction to base their votes on.

I am very impatient now for the Ryan-Biden debate.

Posted by: TomR, armed in Texas at October 4, 2012 12:50 PM