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He is down 4 points in the latest Pew poll, a poll he lead by 9 points before the debate.  As I said in my previous diary, Obama was too lazy and too arrogant to do the real prep work needed for his debate with Romney.

We needed Obama win that debate.  Medicare, the Supreme Court, gay rights, tax fairness, the social safety net, all of it was on the line during the debate and Obama was either too lazy or too busy or just too arrogant to engage.  He is still asking me for money.  I guess I am expected to give another $10 to his wayward campaign.  I don't know why I would do that.  Why?

Why would I give money to a politician who can't get up for the debate that might be recorded as the debate that shaped the 21st century?

Obama will not be regarded kindly if he loses reelection.  Democrats don't like one term Presidents.  

The pathetic part of his potential loss is that everyone stepped up to win him a second term except Obama.  Everyone gave money.  Everyone volunteered.  His convention was epic (except his lame speech) and yet he could not find it in himself to protect American values when it mattered most.

I still think Obama can win but it's going to get a lot worse for him over the next couple of weeks and we only have 4 weeks left.  

If Obama loses it will be because he got crushed at the debate.  He didn't even bother to show up.  He told the American people he would not participate in the debate.  Well, now he is really screwed and if he thinks beating Romney in the next debate is going to happen he is in even more trouble.

This is bad people, really really really bad and Obama needs to wake the f*** up!

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