Romney won, POS lost – The Left in meltdown

The consensus is that Mitt Romney won last night’s first presidential debate in Denver.

Here are the post-debate polling data, followed by the Left’s weeping and gnashing of teeth.

CNN: According to a nationwide CNN/ORC International survey conducted right after the debate, two-thirds (67%) said that Romney won the faceoff, with one in four saying that the POS won.

NewsMax: According to Newsmax/InsiderAdvantage Flash Poll conducted immediately after the debate of 373 likely voters, 52% said Romney won; 45% said the POS won. 3% were undecided/neither. Pollster Matt Towery says “the results largely followed party lines, but independents broke in favor of Romney, moving the dial in his favor.”

The morbidly obese leftwing filmmaker Michael Moore tweeted: “If Romney keeps this up…Obama is going to vote for him!” “Romney is channeling the look and sound of Reagan. Obama is giving a professor’s lecture.” Moore’s last tweet of the evening was to blame it all on John Kerry: “This is what happens when u pick John Kerry as your debate coach.”

MSNBC’s Chris “Tingles” Matthews: “I don’t know what he [Obama] was doing out there. He had his head down, he was enduring the debate rather than fighting it. … Romney, on the other hand, came in with a campaign. He had a plan, he was going to dominate the time, he was going to be aggressive, he was going to push the moderator around, which he did effectively…” Matthews bemoaned to a somber Rachel Maddow, “Mitty beat the ever-loving snot out of him. Obama looked like a retard.” Matthews’ recommendation to the POS is that he should start watching cable TV news, specifically Matthews’ program. LOL

National Journal’s Ron Fournier blamed it on “the curse of incumbency”: “Like many of his predecessors, President Obama fell victim Wednesday night to high expectations, a short fuse, and a hungry challenger. If Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney didn’t win the first of three presidential debates outright, he more than covered the spread. He was personable, funny, and relentlessly on the attack against a heavily favored Obama. The president looked peeved and flat as he carried a conversation, for the first time in four years, with somebody telling him he’s wrong.”

Former Clinton campaign adviser James Carville blamed it on Romney not having”a conversation” with the POS: “Let’s be real. They have run a very good campaign thus far. I don’t think that President Obama did what this campaign wanted him to do. I think he was off his game tonight. But let’s don’t go overboard here. It will be like a big sort of pushback. … My point is this — President Obama came in, he wanted to have a conversation. It takes two people to have a conversation. Mitt Romney came in with a chainsaw. He’s trying to talk to a chainsaw.”

Homosexual “gay marriage doesn’t mean monogamy” pundit Andrew Sullivan: “Look: you know how much I love the guy [Obama] … and I can see the logic of some of Obama’s meandering, weak, professorial arguments. But this was a disaster for the president for the key people he needs to reach, and his effete, wonkish lectures may have jolted a lot of independents into giving Romney a second look. Obama looked tired, even bored; he kept looking down; he had no crisp statements of passion or argument; he wasn’t there. … The person with authority on that stage was Romney – offered it by one of the lamest moderators ever, and seized with relish. This was Romney the salesman. And my gut tells me he sold a few voters on a change tonight. It’s beyond depressing. But it’s true.”

Like the other leftists, Obama’s spokesperson Stephanie Cutter also scapegoated moderator Jim Lehrer, blaming the PBS news anchor for being passive and allowing Mitt Romney to act as the moderator instead. “I sometimes wondered if we even needed a moderator because we had Mitt Romney.”

Well done, Governor Romney!

You thoroughly knew America’s economic problems; was in command of the economic data and statistics, but also presented the human side of our present economic misery; effectively conveyed and explained your proposed solutions (especially why the individual tax rate should be lowered because unlike big corporations, small businesses don’t qualify for the corporate tax rate because they are considered as “individual” taxpayers); firmly disagreed with the POS and explained why; and promptly corrected the POS whenever he mischaracterized your policies.

You were persuasive because you can point to your record of successful governorship of Massachusetts, whereas the POS has only 3+ years of abject failure.

I especially appreciate your resounding reminder to all Americans that the proper role of government, above all, is to uphold America’s Constitution and our founding document, the Declaration of Independence’s promise and commitment to the preciousness of life and liberty, and its affirmation of our Creator.

You did all that without being rude or condescending. On the contrary, throughout the debate, not only did you show respect for B.S. Obama because he holds the Office of the Presidency of the United States of America, you looked at him with a smile and with eyes brimming with kindness. (Romney’s kindness is borne out by his donation of one-third – over $4 million – of his income to charities in 2011.)

The eyes are windows into our souls. It’s your kind eyes that have completely won my heart.

Governor Romney, I will be so proud to have you be my president — the 45th President of the United States of America (2013-2020)!

~Eowyn

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25 responses to “Romney won, POS lost – The Left in meltdown

  1. The eyes are the windows into our souls. It’s your kind eyes that have completely won my heart.

    Governor Romney, I will be so proud to have you be my president — the 45th President of the United States of America (2013-2020)!

    I AGREE whole-heartedly! I donated too!

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  2. A second term is kind of like an annual review at work. You still have the job, but you have to show your employer you still deserve to keep it! It’s not a done deal! Obama just didn’t have any fire for keeping his job. Bye Bye!

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  3. Thank you Dr. Eowyn for this most wonderful post! I am bringing our donation to headquarters as well as donating my time and energy at headquarters and other social events. When Dr. Eowyn and I spoke about Romney, we both agreed that his eyes were kind and also strong! The king’s eyes are full of contempt and narcissism. I was so thrilled that Romney had such control of the facts, was so enthusiastic and most of all, had a presence of mind that the king has never had; he confronted the king on his miserable past record. I thought it was laughable that the king said ab initio, that we are not going to talk about the past, but what is going to happen going “forward.” Romney didn’t let him get away with that; the king was confronted with his horrible record and was terribly disgusted about it having incurred narcissistic injury which was displayed by his comments but most importantly, by his body language. I was so proud of Romney and I am so looking forward to him being my president!

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  4. Romney kicked butt!! I managed to watch the entire debate due to the fact that O’s horrible cocky grin was no where to be found!! Keep fighting Mitt! I think even the 47% were impressed!!

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  5. I’m with you guys! So very proud of Romney and hopeful for our country again. Romney’s eyes are loving and confident, while Oblahma’s are full of evil and disdain. Polar opposites!

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  6. I was struck by the tenseness of Obama’s jaw, the eyes and his evil smile. That smile was so phony. Obama’s 51 now. He has NO smile lines, no crow’s feet. Of course, he may have had a botox party and his teeth whitened beforehand, but still. His hair is gray. Where are the lines?
    He hated being there. He should hand it all to Joe, leave tomorrow for the mansion in Hawaii, open a gay lounge and sing on occasion…Marvin Gay impersonator.
    It beats jail when we find out he wasn’t eligible.

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  7. Finally a glimmer of true hope! I rushed to the Romney site to donate last night too…wish it could have been more. We need to pray hard; we know how Zero hates to lose, so I expect him to come back with a vengeance. Luckily the VP debate is next, so we’ll have some momentum 🙂

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    • I agree, Ryan will beat the crap out of Biden. As for putting forth a better effort, I don’t agree. I don’t think Biden has the social skills, intelligence or mindset to win against Ryan. I think Ryan will massacre Biden.

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  8. I hope this means the end of satan in the White House.

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  9. Thank you also Dr. Eowyn for the great pictures you provided! Wonderful! They speak more than words. And frankly, I didn’t see the king as even being a boring professor. He didn’t even rise to that level, he was below it. He was angry that he was being confronted with an attitude of “How dare you!” He has been coddled and protected and “teleprompted” to the point that he lives in a fantasy world, not having a clue as to our reality, and that fact came forth loud and clear last night. I prayed with St. Thomas More for Romney to receive divine assistance in the form of wit, wisdom, speaking the truth and bravery. Thank you dearest Triune God for answering our prayers, and thank you St. Thomas More for your help!!!

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  10. I followed this on our CBC, and the reports are consistent that Romney was by far the better on all counts. IMO, three more like this and the Obamamama nightmare will become past history.

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  11. Reblogged this on THE SURF REPORT and commented:
    The empty chair says it all.

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  12. Did anyone notice how sickly Obama looked? Rail thin, dark circles under his eyes. Kevin Dujan says some on the streets of Chicago think he may have “the slims”, code word for AIDS. Something is wrong with the man!

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  13. Sparrow… I noticed that… Dr circles, slim, no eye contact, looking bad…

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  14. This just in from Breitbart: Al Gore blames Denver altitude for Obama’s loss.
    ROFL ASCAOTS!!!!
    http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-TV/2012/10/04/Al-Gore-Blames-Denver-for-Obama-debate-Loss

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  15. Reblogged this on Election 2012 Coverage and commented:
    Romney absolutely destroyed in the debates last night. President Obama has been exposed for who he really is!

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  16. The POS flatlined ~ Romney for president! Hoping here in Ohio that viewers “Get it at last”.

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