Obama had no answers, because there aren’t many. But then Romney, with a chance for a walk-off home run, got tripped up on what Obama said in the Rose Garden on Sept. 12. OK, Obama didn’t precisely say Benghazi was a terrorist attack, but he had thrown in a CYA reference to “no act of terror.”
Then Candy couldn’t help herself and jumped in on the president’s side by misrepresenting what he’d said, in a positive way.
Two-on-one is moonbat fun.
But you have to say Candy mixed up her pitches last night. She picked the questions, and early on she let one of the “undecided voters” throw a high hard one at Obama’s head, about the doubling of gas prices, something a White House lapdog reporter would never dare bring up. Obama predictably whiffed. But that question was just a tease from Candy. Soon came a question about women in the workplace. And then one to Romney about how he’s different from George Bush. Oddly, Mitt did a better job of answering it than Barack.