I don’t think this debate changed anything

I don’t think Romney lost any ground tongiht. I don’t think Obama gained any. But we do now know they both want to marry Israel in a flower garden, something that needed clarifying.

14 responses to “I don’t think this debate changed anything

  1. I agree Moe. A mandatory paean to the Judeo-Christian ethos: the enemy of my enemy is my (tribal) friend. Now we’re down to counting hanging chads I guess.


  2. It’s going to be sour from here on out.


  3. Well, it does seem to be true that Israel is the only rational actor on the Middle Eastern stage, aside from any religious links.


  4. Yes, BUT OBAMA…showed he loved Isreal the most because he didn’t go there for fun raisers, but to identify with the suffering of the Jewish people….. It was disappointing but I do think the President won in a walk and the the Rom looked ill , pale and weak…. but the loss of the first debate


  5. may have lost the election…Many people have voted by now I have.


  6. I don’t think this debate changed anything

    I agree. Obama won but I think most people feel a sitting President should win a foreign policy debate.


  7. Romney’s line, “I’d make sure that Ahmadinejad is indicted under the Genocide Convention. His words amount to genocide incitation. I would indict him for it”, stirred a memory of a line in Christopher Hitchens’ “The Trial of Henry Kissinger”. I grabbed my copy, and sure enough it was there: “A critic who can suck like that, as was once drily said by one of my moral tutors, need never dine alone.”


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