In a sign of increasing desperation, President Obama has finally, grudgingly produced a plan for his next four years. It's a slick brochure, light on facts and heavy on emotional appeal, more worthy of an automobile dealership showroom, but it's got his dwindling fan base all excited.
I wrote a blog post a year ago saying that the dems were in trouble because Obama's all they got, and the Hope has been revealed to be nothing more than hype.
Romney Mindfreaked Obama
In that post I made fun of the Obama fanboy who said this about his man crush:
And he’s the same guy who will leave quarts of blood on the floor in the coming months to defend his office.
Obama likes to get into people’s heads. It might be a coincidence that Obama called Texas Gov. Rick Perry about the wildfires in the Lone Star State just hours before Perry was participating in his first debate. And it might not.
On the golf course, on the basketball court and even in the Cabinet Room, the president has shown repeatedly that he is a mindfreak, to use a term from the basketball courts. (Sam Youngman - I Want to be Obama's Love Slave)I said it at the time, but Obama has now proven it. That was all BS. Obama's not a mindfreak, and it's his head that is rattled.
Romney got inside Obama's head from the first debate to the last, putting him back on his heels at the start, and leaving him scrambling to regain his pedestal, looking shouty and desperate while Romney calmly parried the President's wild punches. Mitt zinged him good at the Al Smith Dinner, leaving the president outgunned and outclassed again. In the third debate, Obama came armed for a Romney attack on the Benghazi terrorist attack, and Mitt did a misdirect, almost causing Obama to throw his shoulder out punching thin air. The president was quickly reduced to snide derision, which even his fans in the news media found out of place.
Romney is More Presidential than The President
Go look at the YouTube of the president's closing statement at the third debate. It was the statement of an angry, losing challenger, not a president who had near total-control these past four years.
Romney has shown himself to be a cool customer who does his homework and goes about his tasks in a diligent manner.
Obama has shown himself to be a peevish, petty little man who is in way over his head.
Romney has clearly outclassed him, to the point where Obama's playground jabs made him look like the challenger and Romney the President.
As Mrs Silverfiddle observed, Mitt has shown us he can sit down and rationally and cogently present his point of view in a hostile environment. Obama has shown that he cannot, at least without getting angry and sarcastic. Mitt Romney is more presidential than the president.
Western Hero - There Will be Mud
White House Dossier - Romney's Brilliant Maneuver