The headlines following last night’s debate were to be expected; jubilant cries from the mainstream media that President Barack Obama is back in front of the Presidential horse race. But, besides doing so in a more forceful manner, the President did little more than make the same promises that he has made since 2008 — and bend the truth to embolden his weak record.
Americans are told that this is the Presidential election that will determine the direction for the Nation’s future. The populace is told that a contest is under way between two ideologues — each with a separate vision for the United States and its people, and each with a different plan of action.
Two Californian Congressmen are fighting for votes. Really, they are. The cop on duty had to step in. No punches were thrown, but they came close. Democratic Representatives Brad Sherman and Howard Berman don’t seem too fond of each other.
While appearing on CNN, Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz made a statement which defies all logic and shows she is either a liar or just plain dumb. Or perhaps she’s both.
Race has been a hot topic in America in the years since the Nation’s “first black President” was elected (not Bubba but Barack) and has received heightened attention in headlines over the past year. Racism in America is alive and well, but perhaps we should call it something different.
Ron Paul supporters who have decided that they can simply not bring themselves to support Mitt Romney or Barack Obama for President in November may soon get a clue from the Tea Party original himself as to who is the best candidate for disillusioned liberty lovers.
Scanning the fallout from Wednesday night’s “domestic issues” Presidential debate, a few things are incredibly clear: Mitt Romney embarrassed President Barack Obama, Jim Lehrer did a bad job and the two candidates still look like the same guy.
If you don’t vote for President Barack Obama in November, you are clearly a hood-cladded bigot who hates black people, women, homosexuals, the poor, peace on Earth, immigrants and anyone who disagrees with or is different than you.
Don’t trust anything the mainstream media tell you. This appears to be the takeaway message from a handful of events which serve to remind the American public that the corporate-controlled mainstream media apparatus operates only to propagandize the many to the benefit of the few.
Both campaigns are telling voters not to expect much in the Presidential debates. If you listen to all the hype, you would think that each party believes the opposing candidate is more competent.