Obama Versus Romney

Obama Versus Romney

The Contentious Debate

Dick Cheney called in to a conservative talk radio program to comment on Joe Biden’s performance during the Vice President’s Debate. One of Mr. Cheney’s primary criticisms was the manic manner demonstrated by Vice President Cheney while Congressman Ryan was speaking. Biden laughed—at inappropriate time, when conversation about the dead Americans in Libya was being talked about—made bizarre faces, smiled scarily with a mouth lined with rows of sharp, dazzlingly white teeth. Biden made clownish, exaggerated gestures throughout his downtime and forcefully attempted to insert himself into Mr. Ryan’s time to speak.

Former Vice President Cheney went on to tell the radio audience that he is very disturbed about the possibility that Joe Biden, as the second-in-command at the white house, would ever be elevated to a decision making role.

He—like many people, even before witnessing Biden’s performance at the debate—simply does not trust Biden to make a decision. Of course, President Obama doesn’t have a good track record either—unless it’s a political decision—and then he will decide to do anything it takes.

We know Obama, when confronted with a major decision simply abdicates—refusing to decide a course of action. He disappears to carouse with his fawning supporters in Hollywood and leaves it to his handlers to come up lines like “leading from behind” as the reason he is doing nothing.

One way or another, in approximately three weeks the Presidential election will be history—except for the endless period of contesting the results—if Obama loses. There have been many, many people working for a long time to build a case that they can simply plug in if Obama loses the election.

The weeks after the election and before the swearing in ceremony will be when the nation is at its most fragile and vulnerable to domestic or foreign terrorism. The conditions for domestic and or foreign unrest are unprecedented in a Presidential election year.

Dick Cheney called in to a conservative talk radio program to comment on Joe Biden’s performance during the Vice President’s Debate. One of Mr. Cheney’s primary criticisms was the manic manner demonstrated by Vice President Cheney while Congressman Ryan was speaking. Biden laughed—at inappropriate time, when conversation about the dead Americans in Libya was being talked about—made bizarre faces, smiled scarily with a mouth lined with rows of sharp, dazzlingly white teeth. Biden made clownish, exaggerated gestures throughout his downtime and forcefully attempted to insert himself into Mr. Ryan’s time to speak.

Former Vice President Cheney went on to tell the radio audience that he is very disturbed about the possibility that Joe Biden, as the second-in-command at the white house, would ever be elevated to a decision making role.

He—like many people, even before witnessing Biden’s performance at the debate—simply does not trust Biden to make a decision. Of course, President Obama doesn’t have a good track record either—unless it’s a political decision—and then he will decide to do anything it takes.

We know Obama, when confronted with a major decision simply abdicates—refusing to decide a course of action. He disappears to carouse with his fawning supporters in Hollywood and leaves it to his handlers to come up lines like “leading from behind” as the reason he is doing nothing.

One way or another, in approximately three weeks the Presidential election will be history—except for the endless period of contesting the results—if Obama loses. There have been many, many people working for a long time to build a case that they can simply plug in if Obama loses the election.

The weeks after the election and before the swearing in ceremony will be when the nation is at its most fragile and vulnerable to domestic or foreign terrorism. The conditions for domestic and or foreign unrest are unprecedented in a Presidential election year.