Four years ago, the card carrying members of the liberal news media were overjoyed at the election of Barack Obama as President. In the process, they abandoned any pretext of fair and balanced reporting.
The last of the debates in this election season is history. It is now up to the American people to decide, and the third presidential debate added little information to the decision-making process. In fact, I found most of the debate to border on boring.
The question, who is the winner of the second Presidential debate last night (and the debate season)—be it, challenger Governor Mitt Romney or President Barack Obama—continues to asked and answered with feisty debate, even on Bayoubuzz.
The show that is called the national party conventions is now over. And a show is just what it was. The Democrats and the Republicans each have their candidates for President and Vice-President. The conventions are not designed to convince the convention goers whom to vote for. They already know how they are going to vote. As a decision making process the conventions are a thing of the past. The outcome is already determined. Rather it is a huge campaign commercial designed to sway voters to their side. In reality the conventions don’t succeed at doing that either, but they are still a show nonetheless.