Thursday, October 16, 2008

Presidential Debate #3 - Obama Wins Again!

Truth hurts! John McCain is just to damn old and ill-tempered to be President of the United States. Could you see this guy in a cabinet, Congressional or United Nations meeting; rolling his eyes, grimacing, rapid eye blinking, eyebrow raising, smirking, finger pointing, bouncing in his chair, clearly so angry and impatient that you would have to wonder if he is going to get up and stab you to death at any second? John McCain is not a grumpy old man, he is a bitter and angry old man!

The whining about negative ads after he has lead the way in terms of campaign nastiness. The whining about Obama having more money to spend rang as false and phony when everyone knows that he has played fast and loose with the campaign finance rules himself. The whining about Obama not doing the town hall meetings just sounded stupid considering how badly McCain bombed in their one and only town hall meeting. The whining about wanting Obama to apologize and repudiate John Lewis for his own personal comments about McCain's racist campaign tone was absolutely ludicrous. If McCain wanted a apology, he needed to call John Lewis, not Obama.

The bald-faced lies about Bill Ayers, Acorn, and aspects of Barack Obama's policies really bothered the hell out of me. When it came down to it, McCain didn't really have the guts to bring these attacks really to Obama's face and it's clear that Obama can NEVER give ANY answer that would satisfy John McCain, so what is the point of bringing it up? The absolute lie about McCain "repudiating" each and every against Barack Obama was so glaring over-the-top in terms of it's dishonesty because EVERYONE knows McCain never "repudiated" his running mate for her untruthful and irresponsible "palling around with terrorists" remark.

Lastly, I do not want to hear one more damn code word for so-called, working class, poor-ass white folks! - Joe-Six Pack, Hockey Moms, and Joe the Plumber are not me and mine and they are not the only people in the world.
And they are living a hell of a lot better than the average person of color and they enjoy a tremendous level of privilege and power. They need to realize that the world is changing and they are going to need to adjust accordingly.

And the "real" Joe the Plumber sounded like an uneducated, culturally and racially ignorant, socially inexperienced, extremist numbskull with no tolerance for the religious, political, and personal views and beliefs of others.
I checked out on this dude when he went to bed before the debate ended and when he compared Barack Obama to Sammy Davis, Jr. I really checked out on this hammerhead when he said that he didn't believe in social security and didn't like it being "forced" on him! WTH?

Further, he asked that question about the taxes knowing that he does not make anywhere near the amount of money that Obama would increase taxes on. Joe the Plumber was not undecided, he was already voting for McCain. He thought he would be cute and grab a little fame for himself, but it backfired when his chosen "candidate" John McCain pimped his ass out for his own campaign needs. I don't give a damn about what Joe the Plummer has to say or thinks, he doesn't represent me!


Unknown October 16, 2008 at 12:35 PM  

I totally agree. Plumber Joe and Six pack Joe are not represenative of me or most people I know. I commend Obama for remaining calm, cool, collected, and in charge when McCain tried to bait him over and over and over.

I was not impressed with McCains' blathering. He showed how spoiled and special he believes he is. I reflected on the Rolling Stone recent article and he still fits today what was written about him in the past. He appeared like an asshole, and wasn't embarrassed by his ranting or raving.

Perhaps little things like one's nonverbal language shouldn't matter, but it does. His posturing, blinking, smirking like a gremlin was irritating to witness. Although his attempts to embrace Obama, call him by name, and shake his hand may have fooled some, I am not part of that group. He seemed phony. And I wouldn't support a man that still believes Palin is a great choice for!

Gloria October 16, 2008 at 2:51 PM  

@ Cinco:

"...Shifty eyes, too much blinking can suggest deception. People with eye movements that are relaxed and comfortable yet attentive to the person they are conversing with are seen as more sincere and honest."-

McCain frowns, rolls eyes and blinks more than 3,000 times:

Pat R October 17, 2008 at 4:12 AM  

the fact that anyone is praising McCain for his performance in the third debate proves that he and Palin have lowered people's expectations down to nothing (don't forget, the VP debates were a tie!)

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