Talk:Presidential debates 2012

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Ideologies of various moderators, "the good/the bad."

RE: the moderators--people interested in the political leanings of those individuals can read the relevant articles. Re: the Good/ the Bad: some conservatives might not see Romney as "the Good" just because he is running for the GOP, therefore I've rephrased into less tendentious language. MattyD 20:15, 12 September 2012 (EDT)

This is CONSERVAPEDIA not the New York Times. If you think Barack Hussein Obama winning this upcoming election isn't a bad thing you are so far gone that speaking with you is pointless. 13:55, 13 September 2012 (EDT)
That's not what i think at all, don't put words in my mouth. But many conservatives, including this website, see Romney as a RINO. Conservatives who are not thrilled about Romney may well not see his election as "good" in its own right. Analyzing in terms of advantages and disadvantages is far more professional, and doesn't assume that a RINO is "good." MattyD 14:47, 13 September 2012 (EDT)

Also, a moderator's dietary choices are irrelevant, and calling someone an "affirmative action recipient" without evidence looks petty. MattyD 14:53, 13 September 2012 (EDT)

Romney is obviously a RINO, but that doesn't mean that 4 more years of BHO wouldn't be a complete disaster. Why are you reverting my entire edit if your gripes are just nit picking? Fix it if you have problems with it. The biases of the moderators is vitally important and your eagerness to censor the information is telling. CraigF2 15:05, 13 September 2012 (EDT)
"Telling" of what? The desire to have articles that are concise, with well-written prose that doesn't wander off into sideshows that are best dealt with in a more relevant space? Guilty as charged, then. MattyD 15:07, 13 September 2012 (EDT)

Debate prep.

I was mistaken in saying it was Howard Dean in that edit comment. It's John Kerry. and it's kind of hard to call Obama out for "procrastinating" when he already had a sparring partner in July, before Romney did. MattyD 15:13, 13 September 2012 (EDT)

Even the NYT admits Obama is a pathological procrastinator. Why do you defend this sham of a president so strongly? CraigF2 10:56, 14 September 2012 (EDT)
I have edited the section to reflect what the source actually says. MattyD 11:00, 14 September 2012 (EDT)
To bad you didn't actually read it. "The president, whose advisers have known him to procrastinate before preparing for big moments" is what it actually says. If BHO's own advisers call him a procrastinator and it is reported by the liberal propaganda rag like the NYT reports on it God only knows how lazy he is. I only write the truth. Stop trying to hide the facts. CraigF2 19:24, 14 September 2012 (EDT)
Too bad you didn't read to the end of the sentence, where it clearly points out that Obama "has been studying his rival’s positions and statements from the primary campaign." Your source, not mine. MattyD 19:31, 14 September 2012 (EDT)