Joyanna Adams

Nobody's Opinion

Round One

Nobody Wins!

Well,–Romney did it. He listened to all the conservatives giving advice, took the lead, and won the debate. In fact,  It was a shutout. I didn’t take notes, but there were a few things that I noticed that probably won’t be written about because nobody will think them very important.Like, when they first came out and shook hands—–

In body language there is a rule when a man shakes your hand, and if he forcefully grabs your arm, he is showing you he is the boss. So Obama GRABBED Mitt’s arm, and Mitt did the same with a match..BUT..Obama then grabbed his arm again and pulled him back to him, with a kind of nasty jerk.

Obama does a lot of these “power” moves. For instance, he will always walk ahead of everyone else. Always. And he points his fingers on his face. But his usual power plays of  “arrogance” got him in trouble tonight because he didn’t even look at Romney, and kept his face down in his notes. The only time he spoke was to the camera, and he did this on purpose as if to say, “This guy is a joke, and I’m here, but I don’t have to pay attention to him. He’s a joke.”

And therefore, Romney went on the attack. He beat Obama on most every point. And here’s one I don’t think he was expecting..and it pertains right to the women:

In education, Mitt wants to give the “Parents” of poor children the voucher. Not the state. Not the teachers, the parents. Just think how many single moms out there are going, “You mean I could send my kid to the rich’s kids school?”

On healthcare, Obama was trying to tell us all that those “death panels” he’s arranged are just there to make things work better….well…we know that’s not true. To hear Obama ramble on, repeating the same old promises that he is going to do…was simply annoying.

Oh, and the bailout for the banks. Mitt hit obama hard with that.  That was a big blow.

Obviously Romney did more than surprise us, he actually came out inspiring!

And the liberals are hurting.

Here’s a few words from Andrew Sullivan who writes for the Daily Beast:.

10.03 pm. I simply cannot believe that Mitt Romney is saying he is more bipartisan than Obama. And Obama never pushes back. He is leaving argument after argument on the table, while he seems to be writing a memo to himself whenever Romney is speaking.

Nobody Says: Uh…the reason nothing is getting done is because the democrats won’t work with the Republicans, won’t even look at anything they propose and that is because of Obama’s “My way or the Highway” as Romney pointed out. And yes, he was writing memos….this was hard for him.

9.58 pm. Romney is now so clearly lying about how president Obama decided to do healthcare before jobs I wonder if he’s over-reaching.

Nobody Says: Uh…what? When has he ever worked on jobs? Romney is lying? Clearly Andrew…what are you smoking?.

9.18 pm. Obama’s looking down as Romney speaks. Horrible TV.

Nobody Says: Yep…arrogance. And you know what? The liberals have been hammering how arrogant Mitt Romney is: and the truth came out tonight which rooster thinks he’s the top cock.

“If you are lowering the rates the way you describe, governor, then it is not possible to come up with enough deductions and loopholes that only affect high-income individuals to avoid raising the deficit or burdening the middle class,” Obama said. “It’s math, arithmetic.”

Obama keep on this. Mitt has a much wider grasp of “math” than Obama will ever have. I don’t’ know who told him this, but they should have also told him that even if he took 100 percent of the riches money, it would only come to a mere week of payments on the deficit.

No, the only way out it growth…and Mitt showed that tonight—whether the deficits in obama’s fan base even care…is another question.

At the end, Mitt knew he had won, and it was soooo good to see the look on his face.

As for having the debates on Obama’s and Michelle wedding anniversary? That was Planned to get brownie points for them both.

Well…didn’t work. It also didn’t work that they left their daughters at home.

Obama somewhere is fuming tonight. He looked like Nixon on TV…tired, dark circles under his eyes.

Nobody Thinks he should have saved the taxpayers $5 billion dollars and stayed away from Las Vegas…but…in this one case.. as far as I’m concerned, he should move there.

 

October 4, 2012 Posted by | political races, Presidentcial Election | , , , , , | 4 Comments

Newtman Caingrich: Two Heads Are Better Than…?

Nobody’s Opinion

This has to be a first: Just two of the seven candidates running for the Republican nomination staged their own little love-fest tonight, and Nobody Thinks there was more to this than just the “too many people on stage and we wanted to cover more issues” spin.

I missed the first half of it, but the last half sort of let it out of the bag: These two guys are going to join forces…which from their point of view, makes sense. The last line they said put it in the bag, when Herman asked Newt —

Herman: “Mr. Speaker, if you were Vice President of the United States,” Mr. Cain said, pausing for effect as the crowd roared. “What would you want the president to assign you to do first?”

Newt: “Having studied my good friend Dick Cheney, I would not go hunting,” Gingrich joked.

(I’m sure Cheney is laughing…right now..probably looking for his gun…)

Oh sure…the ending looked spontaneous, but it was meant to plant a seed and it did. In fact, Nobody would be surprised if a Herman/Newt ticket wasn’t thought of by that first debate. Remember? Herman expressed that he had great admiration for Newt.

And the seed took:

This from the New York Times:

“I thought it was great, and the punch line at the end was fantastic,” said Bob Bailie, 76, a mechanical engineer who said he love to see a Gingrich-Cain ticket. “I think those two are a great team.”

Like I said, the old—plant the seed and see how it goes game.. all the politicians do it.

Nobody was surprised though, to find out tonight that this buddy affair between Newt and Herman is nothing new. Evidently Herman worked with Newt Gingrich on Hillary Care. Newt said so, tonight.

Mmmmmmmm…What was a Pizza King guy doing working in D.C. with Newt Gingrich? Was he hand-delivering the pizza?

 

Me, watching the 'debate.'

 

The American people know that the Washington elites want Romney for President. But it seems, by all accounts, both black and white think Herman is the better pick. (If you believe the polls.) They are roasting him merrily with all the “Did you do anything improper?” stuff.

(Bill Clinton could chip in his two sexual cents on this if he cared about us at all. He could at least earn some of that money we spend on him.)

Herman Cain’s problem is not his past, it’s how he is going to sound in a debate against Obama. Obama is slick. He speaks like a Harvard boy, and his style of “I’m superior because I’m educated” could be used in a debate to make Herman look like an uneducated man. The Democrats will jump all over his “colloquialism” with a vengeance.

You think they’re racist now, just wait till they get a REAL black guy to pick on. Jon Stewart will get a Pulitzer, and that’s before the election. 

Newt could help Herman, by standing at his side as the “all knowing Buddha of experience.” Together they would do the two heads are better than one (along with Herman’s mama) who is destroying us routine.

It might work.

Will it happen? Newt knows he’s out, and frankly, why is he running again? Didn’t he lose last time? Should we trust someone who is THAT stupid?  

Nope. This was no DEBATE…Newt said he would “sidestep the temptation to discuss Cain’s signature tax plan.”

Really? And just why is that exactly?

So…Nobody trusts Newt, and Nobody Wonders why Herman Cain trusts Newt, but I think I just found out. Newtman Caingrich— Multinational Banker Pizza Boss Man, teams up with Washington Established old Guard Man, might be coming to your home town soon. 

If they both lose, they can get MORE rich doing the circuit with Glenn Beck and Bill O’Reilly, and continue to hide their money like all good dogs.

 

November 6, 2011 Posted by | politics, Presidents | , , , | 3 Comments

   

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