Monday, October 1, 2012
Spokeswoman Concerned Obama Will Be Too Professional During Debate
Washington Examiner -- President Obama’s campaign spokeswoman said she’s concerned Obama will sound too “professorial” to resonate with the low-information voters tuning into the presidential campaign for the first time during this week’s debate.
“[W]hat the American [people] are looking for is not just a professorial list of facts or accomplishments or even goals,” Obama campaign spokeswoman Jen Psaki said yesterday as part of her ongoing, almost-comical attempt to lower expectations going into the debates. She then lamented that Obama “has a tendency to give longer, substantive answers.”
Psaki’s concern that Professor Obama will appear during the debates is understandable given that “he was the third-lowest-ranked lecturer” at the University of Chicago Law School in 1999.
Blog author's comments - Perhaps Ms. Psaki has not heard Obama speak that often without a teleprompter. It will be as usual, you cannot get a straight answer out of him. By the time he finishes you know he didn't answer the question. It seems to me Obama is already "resonating" with a lot of low-information voters...they are Democrats.
It will be interesting to see how Romney deals with Obama's lies. When I think about Obama a lot of words come to mind, but "professional" and "substantive" are not on the list. I would hope that after almost four years and what he has done to our economy along with his policies and agenda for the country; a majority of Americans already know that he must be removed from office.