In case you didn’t see it: debate review
Obama slaughtered Romney in last night’s foreign policy debate, enough so that his obvious trouncing of his challenger will reverse the preference cascade toward the poor bewildered rich cracker who was so obviously out of his depth, and convince every last “undecided” and moderate and independent that the dismal economic and foreign policy results of the last four years really are the fault of Bush and a recalcitrant Republican House, which is itself the ill-considered manifestation of a 2010 push by racist teabagging domestic terrorists to harm a serious — and historic — first black President, and derail his agenda to take us forwardly forward, to that forward place, up forward where all the good shit is, right there, forward, at the end of the multicultural, socialist, big government rainbow.
And just in time, too. With only 15 days left, Obama really was cutting it close with his “win over the undecideds, moderates, and independents by making them forget the last four years of economic woe and by showing confidence in a muddled mess of foreign policy” strategy. But it looks like he managed to pull it off at the last second, the comeback kid did. Just listen to the media!
Or maybe not.
It really is hard to tell, especially when so many people were watching the football game instead — including those awful unpatriotic ignoramuses who have already made up their minds and had the audacity to refuse to be swayed by any last minute cascade of historical revisionism.