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We were debating on watching the debate figuring it would be a yawn. We figured MSM and the internet would inform us on the results in the morning. A few minutes into the coverage, it was clear we weren’t going to sleep until it was over.

Clearly to us Romney won and Obama and Big Bird lost.

Immediately after the debate, Romney tweeted, “It’s a clear choice…” asking for $15.

Obama on the other hand, shot out a weak email asking for $5.

Lest you forget how to manipulate numbers- campaigns will reveal the average amount donated. It offsets the millions reported from large donors.

If we didn’t see it with our own eyes, flipping from Fox to hear to liberal commentators, even they thought Obama lost. Wow, truth from MSM.

More amazing was that there was a group of undecided voters on TV raising there hands that they would now vote Romney. How anyone remains undecided is beyond us.

Even the New York Times couldn’t believe how how bad the president did. The CNN poll put Romney far ahead in the debate. Let’s all hope that leads to a bump in the swing states and a vote in the win column for Romney.

Filed under weird, what happened to Palin’s face? A recent Botox shot perhaps? Hope is was the lighting. Yeah, must of been the bad lighting on Obama also.

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Register to vote, NOW. It is your responsibility! And duty. Many states require you to register 30 days before an election. You don’t even have to go anywhere to register your vote just to a computer.

The Obama social media are the experts in this election. From his web page you can register and you can be a Republican or a Democrat. Btw, by using the Obama website- you are offering up a whole bunch of privacy concerns as even your IP logs.

Register to Vote by That One-Obama

Mitt Romney’s website does not offer a means to link to register to vote. For a pretty smart man, this is an oversight that may come back on him.

Ironically, there doesn’t seem to be a .gov place to vote.

RegistertoVote.org claims to be a nonpartisan organization committed to reaching the 30% of the population that are not registered.

Register To Vote Non-partisan

Paid for by Ending Spending Action Fund and not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee, register at- Paid for by Ending Spending Action Fund

Even those who support small independent business offer a site.
NFIB

There’s probably more places on line or you can register at you local election offices.

Go Vote, and please vote Romney!

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Based on this video, it’s no wonder the rest of the world thinks Americans are stupid.  It might be edited but it certainly proved a point as the answers are none-the-less idiotic and embarrassing. The entire world is full of stupid people who just have no idea what’s going on.   The entire world is also filled with bright, intelligent people who actually know where the Eiffel tower is and are educated enough to make the right decision in the voting booth. 

It is scary thinking that some of these stupid people will be voting in less than a month for our next President.  It is these same stupid people who pay taxes though, aren’t they?  They raise families, work, shop, and vote.  I wonder if these are the quality of people ACORN sought out to register?  ACORN did manage to register Mickey Mouse after all and did it all on the stupid taxpayer’s dime.  Just watch how fast Obama distances himself from ACORN now.

These same passerby American masses are being led to the voting booth by their TV sets and what the media has to say.  One web site http://www.untwistedvortex.com/2007/03/18/freakin-stupid-americans/ refers to Americans as Sheeples, ” (people that act like sheep) who believe everything they’re told by a religion, a government, or the mass media.”

Statements like…..If your a Catholic you should vote McCain.  Baptists should go for Obama. Are you black? Vote Obama.  White people go for McCain.  Poor for Obama, and rich folks for McCain.  (we are all a little poorer since Sept 1, eh?)  Conservatives for McCain. Liberals for Obama.  I like Rush so I am voting McCain.  No wait-I like Sean Hannity who favors McCain but then again I really like Alan Colmes so I’ll vote for Obama.  Stupid labels and stupid people who are led to believe what they are told from people they have supposedly come trust and like, their God, their government, their TV sets…..Sheeples, indeed.

Comments on the net offer intelligent reasons to vote for McCain like  I like John McCain because he has balls and on McCain/Palin. when he dies and she becomes president we can finally have someone hot to put on our money )from Amy Robinson’s Web logs http://amyrobinson.wordpress.com/ survey on who are you going to vote for and why.  I guess those answers are silly but at least some stupid Americans have a sense of humor.

“Our population is being dumbed down, literally, with Madonna, wedding cakes, crazy dogs doing tricks, people getting shot and then killing some other dude.  How can we compete as a nation when CNN, that fawning imbecile, and the other purveyors fill our heads with trivia dredged from People magazine, TMZ, YouTube, or the local police blotter? ?”  http://www.dailykos.com/story/2006/10/19/125148/65 

There are indeed a lot of reasons not to continue the Republican Regime in the Presidency, but the real reasons to vote for McCain outweigh the reasons to not vote for Obama.  Maligned questions from the last debate give little content as to who you might consider voting for.  On looks and appearances Obama has mass appeal, but the intellectualized content of his message of “spreading the wealth around” is getting lost on most Americans who have no idea the definition of socialism and its impact on democracy.  I wonder if people even know the difference?  

Tonight brings us another debate, this one brought to you by Budweiser, formally a USA conglomerate.  {my acronym for Budweiser—Because you deserve what every individual should enjoy regularly.]   This Final Face Off debate will hopefully have more information than fluff but that probably won’t happen.  From the San Francisco news http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2008/10/13/ED1T13G6CH.DTL  Apparently, there is a confidential agreement between presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama that is 31 pages of rules and regulations as to how things will proceed and perhaps what is off limits to talk about.  Sadly, whatever the limits are, its secret contents are secret, and have not been released.  Whatever the contents and guidelines are, they certainly influence a major aspect of the debate for the upcoming election.  There will be catchy phrases and trust me, vote for me smiles but we already know, little of what those of us with some intelligence really want to hear will not be spoken about tonight. 

Most of the reports have Obama as winning already. In the UK the Guardian Newspaper’s Headline says “Looks good for Obama so Prepare for Defeat “- http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/blog/2008/oct/14/uselections2008-barackobama “A 72-year-old with skin cancer, a bad temper and a hockey mum waiting a heartbeat away on the bench, now that’s frightening.”   Bloomberg says” -Obama is likely to pick up 364 Electoral College votes, far surpassing the 270 needed to claim the presidency, by winning battleground states including Virginia, Ohio, Florida, and Colorado, online traders say. http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=anBlDxpbPJpA&refer=home .  http://www.pollster.com/ has Obama 320 to 155 for McCain. 

Polls aside, Obama’s character is suspect.  An article from the Washington Post and featured on the Philly dot com  http://www.philly.com/philly/opinion/30881014.html goes on to say “But associations are important. They provide a significant insight into character. They are particularly relevant in relation to a potential president as new, unknown, opaque and self-contained as Obama. With the economy overshadowing everything, it may be too late politically to be raising this issue. But that does not make it, as conventional wisdom holds, in any way illegitimate.”   McCain’s campaign camp in his “play nice” demeanor has not brought his less than reputable associations from The Reverend Jeremiah Wright to unrepentant Ayers.  WHY NOT? 

On mere stupidity alone, “That One” might actually get elected POTUS.

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Yawn.  What a bunch of posturing bullcrap from the both of them.  This one and “that one” as McCain called Obama, are nincompoops in figuring out how to win, er,-make that earn votes.  Not that they are both not reasonably well educated men and serve as elected officials but neither one can give a straight answers.  A yes or no would suffice just one in awhile.  I am not McCains “friend” as he  mentioned in just about every response.  I don’t need another friend, I need a candidate that doesn’t sell his point as if he is at a campaign rally speech.  Obama, poised as always wins on fluency in his delivery but gets an F for spewing just as much rhetoric as McCain.  Budget freezes, taxes, jobs, the economy, blah, blah.  The name dropping didn’t help either one of them either.  A boring format with the same boring old answers.  And, what the hell is CNN doing with that stupid chart at the bottom of the screen and why is there a 5 second delay in the speech from NBC to CNN?  Lots of whys-  Like why did these two make it this far.  Is this the best America had to offer?

The Fed dropped rates again today.  Hold on to your shirts tails…..

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