Andy Sullivan Off Suicide Watch: Obama ‘Dominated’ Like a ‘Lethal, but Restrained Predator’

Posted by on Oct 17, 2012 at 8:25 am

Andy must have been smoking some really good choom last night. His fantasy man hit it our of the park, apparently. Too bad he was completely full of it all night, even with a stacked audience, moderator in his pocket and a series of softball questions. The fact Obama could actually string a few coherent sentences together and not  pass out on stage makes it a huge victory in the eyes of the despondent left.

Good luck selling this nonsense with the electorate.

To my mind, Obama dominated Romney tonight in every single way: in substance, manner, style, and personal appeal. He came back like a lethal, but restrained predator. He was able to defend his own record, think swiftly on his feet, and his Benghazi answer was superb. He behaved like a president. He owned the presidency. And Romney? Well, he has no answers on the math question and was exposed. He was vulnerable on every social issue, especially immigration. And he had no real answer to the question of how he’d be different than George W Bush.

Calling a black man a predator? Raaaaacist!

I’m excitable – but sometimes politics is about emotion as well as reason. And my view is that Obama halted Romney’s momentum in its tracks and his performance will bring women voters in particular flooding back. He’s just more persuasive. On watching with the sound off – apart from weird gaps in the CSPAN coverage – Obama did not grin like Biden; he smiled confidently, leaning forward. Within twenty minutes, Romney looked flush and a little schvitzy.

Game, set and match to Obama. He got it; he fought back; he gave us all more than ample reason to carry on the fight.

What debate was he watching? Hate to break it to excitable Andy, but Obama’s been lying about Benghazi for five weeks. Even Crowley admitted she was wrong. Facts are stubborn things.

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11 Responses to “Andy Sullivan Off Suicide Watch: Obama ‘Dominated’ Like a ‘Lethal, but Restrained Predator’”

  1. EsausMessage on 17/17/12 at 9:22 am

    At least Sully admits he’s excitable. Of course, he doesn’t admit that’s a problem. Remember Andrew, the first step to recovery is admitting you have a problem.

  2. SteveAR on 17/17/12 at 9:40 am

    “Andy must have been smoking some really good choom last night.”

    That’s exactly what I was thinking.

  3. Blue Hen on 17/17/12 at 9:47 am

    Obama dominated Romney tonight in every single way
    He came back like a lethal, but restrained predator. And Romney? was exposed. He was vulnerable.

    Ick. Just. Ick.

  4. pst314 on 17/17/12 at 9:51 am

    “Obama dominated…like a lethal, but restrained predator”

    There can no longer be any doubt: Andrew pleasures himself while reading White House press releases.

  5. GOAT BLADDER BINGO on 17/17/12 at 9:53 am

    Did Andi really characterize a loser who couldn’t move the needle on Obamacare no matter how many television appearances he made as being persuasive?

  6. Lucy on 17/17/12 at 10:26 am

    Obama dominated? Hmmm, that seems to fly in the face of all those that were polled in the immediate aftermath that said Romney won hand over fist on nearly every critical issue.

  7. Vic Kelley on 17/17/12 at 11:48 am

    Like a …predator.

    Yeah just like a CIA or military drone. No brain of its own, controlled by others, but at times can do significant damage to whoever happens to be underneath.

  8. lyle on 17/17/12 at 11:54 am

    Well, that settles it. The “one, true conservative” Andrew Sullivan has convinced me this Obama fellow deserves another term…

  9. Blue Hen on 17/17/12 at 12:04 pm

    Andrew Sullivan has convinced me this Obama fellow deserves another term…

    heh. He convinced me that he deserves to be in the personals section on Craigslist.

  10. JamesMc on 18/18/12 at 1:57 am

    Ah, the poor thing. At least he has a day or two before he finds out (from just about every friggin poll on the debate) that Romney curbed stomped Obama on his train-wreck economy.

    Maybe this brief change in behavior will give his houseboys a chance to put all the corks back on the forks.