Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Tomorrow night is the Vice President’s debate and even though Joe Biden, has nearly 40 of experience in politics, he won’t be taking this debate against Paul Ryan too lightly, not in the wake of Obama’s piss- poor performance last week in his debate with Mitt Romney.  This only makes the stakes for Joe Biden higher than ever.  This debate should be very interesting, and I’m sure that Uncle Joe has been holding practice sessions and being briefed the minute after Obama had his ass whipped last week.
The Gaffer in Chief must not only avoid making any gaffes but also try to rebut Ryan’s arguments on taxes, unemployment numbers. entitlement’s and deficit reduction, and everything else that Obama was criticized for failing to do last week.
I personally am looking forward to Ryan exposing Biden as the total fool he is.
Not at all forgetting that Ryan, who has never before debated in an election debate, has to show that he is potential presidential material while he also has the task to defend the numbers that Romney put forth last week, especially on tax cuts.
Needless to say that there’s a lot on the line for both sides.
We are in the middle of the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. Millions of American workers have lost their jobs these past few years. Businesses are folding, there are empty stores on every strip mall, Businesses and families can’t get credit. Home values are falling. Pensions are disappearing. Wages are lower than they’ve been in a decade, at a time when the cost of health care will be rising because of Obamacare. It’s getting harder and harder to make the mortgage payment, and the cost of filling up your gas tank has gotten out of sight. We can’t even keep the electricity on at when we want to because of the coast of the utilities.
Americans have slowed down on their going out to a restaurant for dinner or stopped completely, and many restaurants have closed accordingly. Just today, the CEO of Darden Restaurants, the company who are owners of Olive Gardens, Red Lobsters and LongHorn Steakhouses said that they were going to keep employees at 28 hours a week to avoid paying Obamacare, and many companies, including the White Castle Hamburger chain, are considering giving employee fewer full-timers because of Obamacare going into effect. Under that law, large companies must provide affordable health insurance to employees working an average of at least 30 hours per week. How many families will be able to survive on 30 hours of work or less? So we are going to see the unemployment numbers jumping thru the sky next year.
If Biden fails to defend his boss then the hope and the future of Barack Obama is on the line and looks pretty damn bad.  And frankly I’m all for that.  So I think that challenge now falls on Uncle Joe Biden. I don’t seem to remember any presidents who have lost the debates and went on to win the election, so let’s hope the Obama Biden team goes down!.

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