You can check out my map via the link where I have predicted that Incumbent Barack Obama will win 288 to challenger Mitt Romney’s 250 with only Florida keeping it close in my opinion. So in light of this and the interest that politics generates (as well as animosity/anger/blood clots) here is my following poll for you:
The American political custerf–k is finally… almost over. All we have heard is ads, ads ,ads ,ads and more ads. Why Obama hates America and Jesus and white people, why Romney will destroy small business, unions and Paul Ryan rapes Medicare and Social Security. We all have had to deal with these stupid (and generally false) ad campaigns.
The GOP has taken the religious aspect hammer to the proverbial nail, and using their atypical scare tactics that honestly, educated people laugh at. They make you think that Obama doesn’t just want abortions and lots of them, but he wants to perform them all during a second term in office. I love how during a tough time in America with economic turmoil, getting out of war as best we can and attempting to get over a recent hurricane (yes, global warming is real) the real issue is contraception and restricting the rights of a woman to do with her body as she pleases. This is the same political group that bitches and complains about big government intervention and how it should be regulated to the states to decide, yet they want to put into law that abortion is illegal and that sex is the worst thing ever in the history of man.
Both parties truly epically suck beyond reason and we all should believe this for good measure.
Joe Biden and Paul Ryan had their debate last night and it showed 2 major things to come of this. Paul Ryan is an absolute rookie and a rough half-ass debater at best. He was caught on several occasions dodging the questions asked by Martha Raddatz and also flipped his views on things several times over. Ryan looked like someone who stuck to his script, never deviating to answer questions that were asked. It showed that the partisan politics currently used by the Rovian GOP is difficult to push still. It is a vague and unsatisfying political move, one that kept George W. Bush within power in 2004.
On the other hand, Joe Biden startled even me. Biden came out fiery and factually. He gave numbers, he interrupted Paul Ryan (to the dismay of the right wing pundits who just last week LOVED Romney doing the exact same thing), and he questioned his facts/policies often. Biden dominated the debate and I find it funny that the pundits are now trying to find any scraps to hold upon to preserve that Ryan “won” by saying it was a tie. There was no tie, it was a full on verbal ass-whooping laid out by Biden on a raw piece of GOP meat, like it or not, Paul Ryan really sucked last night.