The Ultimate “Tell” That We Are Winning and The Left is Nervous

The trolls are back and they are angry.  You would be amazed at the comments that get caught in the spam filter that are really just Lefty trolls.

Funny they ALL disappeared after the first debate.  They must feel awful confident Obama is going to be able to walk and chew gum this times since that is all he will have to do to be proclaimed the winner tomorrow.

It is a metaphysical certainty Obama will be declared the winner tomorrow so don’t even sweat the upcoming media love fest for Obama.  Anything he does will be better than the disaster that was his first performance and that’s all they will need to write the rejuvenated Obama comeback story they so desperately want to run.

The mask slipped in the first debate and over 70 million Americans saw the naked truth of an incumbent President with no plan for a better tomorrow.  Just a tired listless empty chair repeating hollow platitudes.  No media spin tomorrow can change that no matter how desperately they will try. They have a lot invested in this President and they will keep pouring good money after bad all the way through November 6th (and maybe beyond).

Pay them no mind.  Keep knocking on doors, keep making phone calls and keep convincing friends and colleagues to vote.  The rest will take care of itself.


  1. Medicine Man
    Posted October 15, 2012 at 9:33 pm | Permalink | Reply


  2. Posted October 15, 2012 at 9:33 pm | Permalink | Reply

    It’s absolutely true that no matter how Obama does in the town-hall tomorrow he will be declared the winner, and will be declared by the MSM to be on the come-back trail. What I am wondering is how much the public will buy the MSM spin, and how much the 2nd debate will effect the election? Are minds already made up after Romney trashed Obama in the first debate, or will the MSM spin after the 2nd debate have a big effect? My worry is that since Romney was able to create such a huge sea-change after the first debate, the electorate is still kind of wobbly, and the 2nd debate (with the help of the MSM) will create another big sea-change in Obama’s direction.

    • Kevin
      Posted October 15, 2012 at 10:18 pm | Permalink | Reply

      You’re right, Obama could fall asleep and the Alinsky Media would say how great he was, and how it’s the Obama of 2008 that we’re now seeing again.

      Since the poll numbers have switched to Obama, watch for all the polls to come out and show Obama leading, or gaining after this debate. Also, interesting to note, Hillary fell on the sword for Obama and is taking blame for the lack of security at the Consulate in Benghazi.

      The left is pulling out all of the stops to do damage control for Obama.

      • Kevin
        Posted October 15, 2012 at 10:19 pm | Permalink

        Since the poll numbers have switched to Romney** typo

  3. Pete
    Posted October 15, 2012 at 9:33 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Obama can’t change: his record or who he is. His record is awful and everyone knows it. He’s a bumbling speaker off-TelePrompTer and will uhh and ahhh his way through 90 mins. The left may wish he wins but they’ll be even more dispirited.

    Also, Romney’s numerous debates against Gingrich and Santorum (who are vastly superior to BHo) will serve him well. The panic on the left will accelerate.

  4. yong
    Posted October 15, 2012 at 9:40 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Messina sent out this morning a memo about “real Romney Translated”. A Do-over debate! Kinda hard to do that since the format is different and may not get the question you want, unless the debate is a setup.

  5. Posted October 15, 2012 at 9:51 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Agree completely. The media has been exposed as well – and we’ve seen that in polling that shows public trust in them has fallen off a cliff. The media spin doesn’t matter. Romney was able to prevent the Obama campaign and the media from being able to write the narrative about him during the last debate. People didn’t see some kind of vampire capitalist standing next to the President – they saw a guy offering solutions and optimism, someone who did care and who was very knowledgeable. Obama didn’t recognize him because he bought into his campaign’s caricatures. That’s what happens when you live inside a reality distortion field like he does.

    I think there’s a real chance Obama comes off badly again tomorrow night. The media won’t play it that way, but if he goes on lectures as he is prone and turns questions into talking points, he will have issues with swing voters. Romney needs to stay away from talking points, be honest, and engage questioners. Be sure to thank them by name for their question and look at them while answering. He’s much better at this than most people think and he’s so smart that he can give honest, concise answers on the fly. Obama’s just a talking points machine that has no idea how an economy works. He probably still thinks his Blackberry (what decade does he live in?) runs off fairy dust.

  6. Posted October 15, 2012 at 9:52 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Howard Fineman wrote an advance obituary in Newsweek titled “Who to blame if Obama loses.”

  7. shane
    Posted October 15, 2012 at 10:00 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Big tell of the impact of this debate will be the ratings. 68 million watched the first, how many made up their mind for good and will instead watch the Yankee game?

    BUT DO NOT rest on laurels, Obama VERY MUCH can come back and VERY MUCH can win. Romney has to be on his A+ game for 21 straight days.

  8. Ranger375
    Posted October 15, 2012 at 10:09 pm | Permalink | Reply

    I don’t think that what Romney accomplished in the first debate will be undone. Having said that everyone needs to work harder than ever. It is going to be very close – I think. Maybe not but take nothing for granted.

  9. Medicine Man
    Posted October 15, 2012 at 10:14 pm | Permalink | Reply

    I agree that the undecideds are less influenced by what is told to them that what the see and hear. Case in point. Unemployment dropping 0.3% to a 3 year “low” of 7.8%. I don’t believe it had much of an impact, not because it wasn’t plastered everywhere on the news, it is because there is a disconnect with reality. If Romney does well tomorrow, it will translate no matter what the spin.

  10. valleyforge
    Posted October 15, 2012 at 10:33 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Obama is no Clinton. He doesn’t deliver impromptu answers well even in his own townhalls. And this one will have no partisan crowd eager to lap up scripted Republican bashing or self-congratulatory preening.

    But likely it will be viewed a draw in the instant polls, with even a 2-point Obama tilt declared a resounding victory by the usual suspects. It will be a few days before we see real wvidence of how poorly it played with swing voters, as we are just finding with Biden’s performance today.

  11. AussieMarcus
    Posted October 15, 2012 at 10:34 pm | Permalink | Reply

    I’m not so sure about the media spinning Obama “wins”.

    They could have spun hard that Biden crushed Ryan but they didn’t. Most of them were fairly honest about it being a tie/Ryan narrowly type deal.

    Plus if it looks like Romney might win, the media will need to curry favours with him in the next few weeks.

    • TeaPartyPaul
      Posted October 15, 2012 at 11:20 pm | Permalink | Reply

      Your are right on Aussie…after reading all posts…i replied to yours. They will want their interviews, discussions, questions answered by the next president. Tomorrows DEBATE is HUGE though, Romney does very well it is game over….he makes a major gaffe or mistake and the race can swing the other way just slightly.

      • spottedreptile
        Posted October 16, 2012 at 1:03 am | Permalink

        I honestly think Romney has to do no more than hold his own. Doesn’t matter what the media says or who ‘wins’, the pressure is on Barry, and he isn’t good under pressure. That said, I don’t think this debate matters that much, the first two pretty much showed the indies what they needed to know, and nobody else’s opinion is going to change now.

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