Obama on first debate: "I was just too polite"—
Michael Skolnik (@MichaelSkolnik) October 10, 2012
As Twitchy reported yesterday, President Squee bought into his own hype. He believed that he is just so awesome, he won the debate in Denver. Even poor little David Axelrod was “stunned” by that pitiful delusion. But, wait, it gets worse! After thinking that he won the debate, he now he admits he lost, sort of. Because, too polite. That’s right. No one got the nuance-y nuance of his oh-so-polite ways. Weird. We didn’t realize that lethargy and ineptitude, mixed with sneering contempt, is actually politeness.
But don’t worry; there will be “more activity” next time. Because that was the problem.
More from ABC News:
Conceding that he failed to deliver at last week’s debate, President Obama says he was “just too polite” and that voters should expect “a little more activity” next week in round two.
In a radio interview on the “Tom Joyner Morning Show,” Obama compared the presidential race to a seven-game basketball series in which he was ahead two-nothing and lost one game to Mitt Romney at the debate.
“You have a seven-game series, we’re up two zero and we lose one,” he explained. “You know, this is a long haul and I think that it’s very important for folks to make sure that they understand that as long as people stay focused, we will win this thing.”
He’s up? In what world, champ? By focused, perhaps he means focused on voter fraud. That’s Obama for America’s standard operating procedure, as James O’Keefe exposed today.
These poor souls believe the “too polite” absurdity.
But non-cultist Twitter users gasp for breath at this new revelation.
I don't think "polite" means what Obama thinks it means.—
(@BiasedGirl) October 10, 2012
Bingo! Iowahawk clarifies for President Excuses.
Heh. Guess what? Looks like the president couldn’t even come up with such pathetically sad excuse all on his own.
Since the 1st debate, Pres Obama says he's had "a bunch of folks" tell him: “Don't be so polite, don’t be so nice.”—
Mark Knoller (@markknoller) October 09, 2012
Now that’s just sad.