Candy Crowley has not yet moderated a presidential debate, but her performance (and appearance) is already being judged. The revelation that CNN's chief political correspondent might ask follow-up questions during tomorrow's town-hall-style contest has drawn the ire of both campaigns, fueling the real nastiness online, as usual, where anonymous creatures have wasted no time time calling out the weight of the first female moderator of a presidential debate in two decades. We wish we were surprised.
I have a fairly safe prediction. No matter what happens at the debate tonight, the MSM will immediately hail Obama's tremendous comeback performance and attempt to demonize Romney for being untruthful, vague and/or rude.
After the last debate, the MSM and the rest of the left wing could not stifle their shock, horror and deep disappointment at Obama. It was like a gag reflex. They simply could not hold back their overpowering urge to vomit.
Now they have had time to reflect and have become even more shocked and horrified to see Romney shoot ahead of Obama in all of the polls. The MSM and the rest of the far left-wing fringe have way too much emotionally and financially invested in Obama to simply cut him loose now. They will do whatever it takes from now until the election to prop Obama back up.
If they do manage to prop Obama up long enough to get him re-elected, then they will start tearing into him like a pack of wild dogs. The honeymoon is definitely over.
Here is exactly how the Leftists work; You must fit our model of what we like and do. If we like thin people, everyone must be thin. If we like green people, everyone must be green. Now that they have their claws around the throat of our health care system, we will be forced to fit their models of perfection, in both body and mind- and this poor stupid gal, being fat, has no clue of the hell she's in for with the leftists she so adores. Everyone eventually gets their belly full with leftys- even the most hard core of them. But, by the time they do, it's usually much, much too late. It's hard to complain when you are behind the barbed wire and a prized gift is a cup of cold oatmeal.
She may not be comfortable with her beauty either, but she fits the model for a debate moderator--lefty, prejudiced, liberal woman. The first one was so soft that he is now scheduling a visit with his new gynocologist. Candy may not need one.
So according to the nutball liberals only body appearance jokes are reserved for conservative and or republican women. Yeah right Joe. Her being a PIAPS is not the concern. Her leftist views are. And #7 bad eye Candy's debate rolls will be two cinnamon buns and an eclair with nuts.
The internet is everything, and yet nothing. And now that the opinion can be real or imagined and the foundation of opinion can be made based on the real or imagined, journalists are continuing to circle the drain.
They used to use the traditional crutches of "some people" or "sources say" and now they can just say "@crazyman603 said Candy Crowley is a cow!" and use that to lay out virtually any opinion they would like. "the internet" can give them anything they want.
Crowley's looks are not the issue. The fact that, the morning after the debate, she has now proven herself to be a worthless Obama shill and has added more credibility to the claim that these liberal-slanted debates and their "moderators" are not fair to Republicans (Obama had 44 mins. to speak; Romney, just 40) are issues. How could she say, "let me give the president a chance," when she had to know she'd given Obama more time to speak than Romney? Crowley appears to be well-suited to leave her "profession" and find a Dem PAC to work for.
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