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A grateful hat tip to Right Wing Watch for tallying some of the (worst) conservative reaction to the debates. I bet you were just dying to know what the leaders of the crazy brigade were thinking, their bayonets at the ready as they watched the debacle unfold. The answer seems to be "Mitt Romney is divinely inspired!"

Oh my, DIVINELY INSPIRED.   Romney looks kind, truthful and firm.  O looks mean, and like he is a liar..
@glennbeck via Twitter for iPad

Because, as the American Family Association knows,

Ok, I'm gonna say it. Obama is demonstrating he knows how to execute the angry black man persona. My gosh, how condescending to speak as he
@busterwilson via TweetCaster for iOS

No, really, Obama's a crazy person!

Obama's look appears demonic #debate
@f2a via txt

Eh, screw it. Let's let the head of the internet's biggest conspiracy shop put it all in perspective for us:

What difference does it make who won debate? Donald Trump is going to decide the election in 2 days...
@JosephFarah via web

Classic. But nobody can top the occasionally-still-allowed-on-television Ann Coulter. Dear networks: and you seek out her political wisdom because why, exactly?

I highly approve of Romney's decision to be kind and gentle to the retard.
@AnnCoulter via web

I have so many questions about the universe conservatives seem to inhabit. Do they have airplanes there too? How is the shopping? Since there is no law of cause and effect, how are sports scores decided?

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