I felt the same way about the not answering questions. Every other time he answered, I was like "he didn't answer the question again...lol". As for it being lackluster, I would disagree on that one. I thought it was quite lively compared to the last one. At one point, I thought they were going to come out swinging. That would have been some good television. In fact, new Presidential selection process. Thunderdome! 2 men enter, one man leaves. Winner is President for 4 years. After 2 years he can be challenged if found incompetent. Let's put this on the ballot.
CNN's Candy Crowley was an absolute disgrace as the moderator of the second presidential debate.
Her outrageous attempt to cover up President Obama's lies about Libya is one of the worst cases of liberal media bias in history.
That debate was a joke. Two kids fighting on the schoolyard trying to one up eachother.
Gov.Romney's total disrepect for the President (no matter who it may be)and our President going along with the ridiclousness....
I still think that Romney held back a little so he can "bring it" at the final debate. It might be a good time for him to bring up the "I will have more flexibilty" after the election. I digress with the challange once again of being honest with youself. Are we remotely better off than we were four years ago? Do you want to re-hire someone that could not deliver with previous promises? If you cannot answer these questions with little thought, you have your answer.
And we have not been fooled be the Democrats lies?
Better off then 4 years ago.... Well how about just about the same. Furlough days. No pay raise at my job in 5 years. Military Retirement cost of living adjustments that are a joke. Property taxes went up... Now we wait until after the election to see what the budget disaster does to all of us.
I got ya Murr! This means your whole family's on "WELFARE" and you all live under the same roof! Si...
Seb, Murr...into the Thunderdome. 2 enter, 1 leave. Whoever is the winner, their candidate gets to be President. Anyone giving odds?
Well Murrelet your full of BS.
I happen to be a Democrat and voted that way last time, Not this time.
My military retirement is ok, not great and I worked and gave up a lot for it. My last pay raise on my retirement was $21 a month. As far as my full time job goes, no pay raise, but furlough days, meaning pay cuts.
I have the lowest cell phone plan I can get, and no home phone. I can't get a FREE phone that I am paying for, because I make too much.
At least, I had more sense not to buy land in the Sand Hills. I love my quite neighborhood. "GRAMMER QUEEN". BOOM BOOM BOOM BOOM...
Why do people on here take personal jabs at people that comment on these blogs? Is that the intent to make people who lashes out with personal jabs feel better about themselves? Why can't we as muture adults just simply stick to the subject matter, and debate on that issue at hand? Personal jabs are being thrown out here as if you personally know these people who are commenting here on this site. We can agree to disagree can't we? Lets make this a fair argument without sending out personal jabs or insults toward each other.
President Barack Obama has racked up such a huge debt that Americans have been forced to concede that even Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was right when he warned that America could potentially collapse due to its mounting debt.
The last debate is about foriegn policy, should not be hard for Romney to denote:
- Lost respect and credibility
- Middle East fiasco, cannot blame on Bush anymore as he has had four years!
Need I say more....
I will be off of the airwaves all next week as I am taking my beloved wife to the mountains to get back to nature... not Ned Beatty style mind ya! Have a great week and go Romney!!!
"Sporty: Thanks for giving the opportunity to be more sanctimonious. As you've noticed, the "people on here" are essentially one. And the answer (I'm afraid) is that they just can't help it. And like automobile accidents and plane/train wrecks, some are fascinated by the chaos created by the "dust-ups," but that's neither here nor there."
You are right sebekm. But you know,it is very distasteful, and very juvenille when you take personal attacks on people just because you don't see eye to eye. That is not a good, and fair debate. Hitting below the belt will get you attention, but attention in a negative light. People should just stick to the subject matter and fairly debate on the issue.
I heard about the hammering Bradwell Institute got from the hands of Glynn Academy. To lose in that fashion is down right embarassing. If Coach Walsh is not ashamed, then I am ashamed for him. He really need to step down for the good of Bradwell Institute. I said that approximately 3 years ago. What will it take for Walsh to steo down? Complete meltdown of the Football Program? Right now, this program is in disaster mode. It is in serious shambles, and while he is there, I will say that the he, and the program are incorrigible.
To get a new coach, they program will have be demolished, and rebuilt from the ground up. I said a couple of years ago that Bradwell Institute have a lot of talent, but they don't want to play for Walsh or have anything to do with him.
The current players that Bradwell Institute have (GOD Bles their Herats and Soul) look like Junior Varsity Players. We need a new coach with a new direction, and vision to bring Bradwell Institute Back to prominence.
The time is ticking......
Jimmy D, GolfNut31316, sebekm, Iknowyou, HMJC, and Hollabackk,
I do think that Bradwell have ever lost at home 55-0 in it's school history. Quite Embarrassing.
Bradwell may have lost that bad in the very early days before Delargy during Rigdon's tenure as coach.
Perhaps in a game or two with Claxton in the early fifties.
As far as I can remember, (60's) Bradwell Institute has "NEVER" lost at home by that margin. This the very first that I know of in it's history.
Embarrassing at the very least...