The Presidential Debate II In Tweets
Wanna read what athletes had to say during the debate? Read this.
By Nubyjas Wilborn October 17, 2012, 01:16 AM EST
Last week, Mitt Romney had Barack Obama on the ropes in the debate game. Tuesday, Obama showed us he’s not falling for the okie-doke. Romney wasn’t as flustered as, say, Paul Ryan versus Joe Biden; but Obama called Romney’s bluff on several issues. Meanwhile, we knock our athletes for not being politically involved, but this election has brought their opinions to the forefront.
Hey, aren’t you in a lock out?
Well Jeremy, the world will always need ditch-diggers #dadebate— Ryan Whitney (@ryanwhitney6) October 17, 2012
Short and sweet.
Obama on point tonite— Shawn Marion (@matrix31) October 17, 2012
Use the fact checker, Sir!
When President Obama and Mitt Romney go back and forth saying the other one is lying. How do you know who to believe? Lol!— Reggie Bush (@reggie_bush) October 17, 2012
At least she doesn’t have to write policy.
Being a moderator might be harder than being the President...haha— Ticha Penicheiro (@TichaPenicheiro) October 17, 2012
I’d go for an old fashioned mush.
Okay so who are you with?
It’s funny how that works.
I don't want to hear anyone's mouth about Joe Biden being rude..... Smh— Swin Cash (@SwinCash) October 17, 2012
Why don’t you run for office?
The new jobs in America might be filled by those hired to fact check these guys energy claims. #debates— T. Boone Pickens (@boonepickens) October 17, 2012
And some people are buying them like hotcakes.
Romney selling dreams!— DeMar DeRozan (@DeMar_DeRozan) October 17, 2012
Just don’t pick Jay Cutler.
Watching the debate and I now aspire to run for presidency.I need a vp running mate who's in.— Robbie Gould (@RobbieGould09) October 17, 2012
Go with what you know.
Romney keeps going to these 5 steps...I think Imma go to sleep. Is that the answer for everything?— Michael Neal (@mneal96) October 17, 2012
Do what, Spencer?
That might do it for @mittromney. Beautiful compilation of statistics reflecting the failure of the current administration over last 4 yrs— Spencer Hawes (@spencerhawes00) October 17, 2012
America isn’t a company, so it isn’t that simple.
So does it come down to this? If u were to start a new company, which candidate do u want to run it? Easy answer— Brad Faxon (@BradFaxon) October 17, 2012
He needs more people.
I really think he forgot about the 47% of americans he really dont give 2 cents about. He irk me!— Kerron Clement (@KerronClement) October 17, 2012
Since you aren’t in the playoffs, guess you have time for victim-shaming?
Probably shouldn't be said BUT when Romney says 47% of Americans consider themselves victims, this is true... #Debate— Barry Enright (@BarryEnright45) October 17, 2012
Hell of a comeback.
I thought this round, Hands down went to Obama #Debate— ZAB JUDAH 5x Champ! (@SUPERJUDAH) October 17, 2012