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Did anyone happen to get the plate number of that truck that ran over the presidential debate moderator Jim Lehrer last night? It had a Massachusetts plate.
Jim Lehrer, the 78 year old executive editor of "PBS Newhour" lost control of the debate early on when Mitt Romney decided that he was going to have the last word in every exchange. For an analysis of the "road kill" that was Jim Lehrer's performance last night see here.
Of course I'm not blaming President Obama's passive performance last night on Lehrer. Obama could have challenged Romney on many of his inconsistencies but for whatever reason Obama decided to play "presidential." Maybe President Obama has been in the presidential bubble too long to know how to react to Romney's hyperactive performance last night. I'm sure no one has ever talked to Obama in the past four years like Romney talked to him last night. Maybe Obama was in shock.
What really surprises me that President Obama never brought up the "47%", Bain Capital or his support of the Medicare voucher plan that Romney supports.
Next up is the vice presidential debate between Joe Biden and Paul Ryan. I predict that Joe Biden will wipe up the floor with Ryan.
The week after is the second presidential debate. I'm making no predictions. I just hope Obama wakes up and challenges Romney.
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