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    Posted October 4, 2012 by
    Kent, WA
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    Final presidential debate: Unanswered questions

    What Happened to My President?


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     RandiJo, a Democrat in Kent, Washington, said she expected the president to be aggressive in Wednesday's debate. 'Usually when I hear the president speak, I feel energized. I want to say "Hallelujah!" after every line of his speech. I certainly didn't feel that way during the debate. Obama is known for being an excellent orator, but I saw none of that last night.'

    The pastry chef has never seen a full episode of the "Honey Boo Boo" reality show, but has watched enough snippets to know that 'go-go juice' is a blend of Mountain Dew and Red Bull that Miss Boo Boo drinks before going onstage at beauty pageants. 'It allegedly gives her a boost of energy that helps her perform at maximum capacity. Energy was exactly what Obama was missing last night, so perhaps he should give it a try!'
    - dsashin, CNN iReport producer

    I am so disappointed in Obama's performance tonight. This was not the Obama I expected to see. What should have been a robust debate quickly devolved into a shellacking by Gov. Romney. In terms of body language, Romney appeared dominant and aggressive while Obama kept his head bowed and looked like a kid being scolded by his school teacher. Obama had no FIGHT in him tonight. Before the next debate I suggest Obama call up Honey Boo Boo to ask if he can borrow some of her "go-go juice".
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