Part of my synopsis on how Mittens took down Obama:
A line from “Glory”, delivered by Denzel Washington, comes to mind: “N*gga just forgot to duck, that’s all.” You forget to duck either because you haven’t fought in awhile or you don’t have anything worth fighting for. President Obama is great at playing to our highest ideals, but he’s inept when it comes to defending his own record or projecting his vision for America. Ask yourself why that is? Why couldn’t President Obama force Willard Romney, one of the weakest candidates to come down the pike in a long while, to explain his Cayman accounts or why he won’t extend what he gave Massachusetts – Romneycare – to the rest of the country? Nada. Obama didn’t push any of these issues. He just hung his head, gritted his teeth, and said “Governor Romney and I agree”. Damn.
This morning, observers are all discussing the next debate, but that shouldn’t be the Obama team’s main focus. Obama’s main worry should be; what if the Mitt we saw last night shows up on the campaign trail?
Bill Clinton famously told Ted Kennedy that ”a few years ago, this guy (Obama) would have been carrying our bags.” Last night, Obama looked as if he should’ve been picking up Romney’s bag and getting his car keys from the concierge. Romney looked like a president. Obama looked like some dude who was tired of his job. This is a game changer.