Obama at the First Presidential Debate: Sullenness Punctuated By Peevishness


Well, the first debate for the 2012 presidential election is now in the can. Here are the highlights… or maybe a better way to say it is the lowlights…. of Obama’s answers to Jim Lehrer’s control free questions.

Obama on the economy

Obama on healthcare

Obama on jobs

Obama on his failure to live up to his promises

Obama on the timer…


“No I had five seconds before you interrupted me…”

FAIL!

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