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Thursday, 4 October 2012

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President Obama definitely won the smiling category whereas Romney easily took the smirking category.

DENVER - Well the first presidential debate of 2012 is now in the history books and it proved to be as exciting as listening to Ann "Trigger Face" Coulter talk about beauty tips.

Sinclair Petaluma with Political Salad Bar Magazine stated that both candidates actually said the same exact thing.

Petaluma observed that the only difference between the American president and the ex-Massachusetts governor was that the president said everything with a smile on his face whereas Romney said everything with a smirk on his face.

GOPicky Magazine's Amos Soursuckle noted that the two candidates were so boring that they could have easily just phoned it in.

Soursuckle pointed out that half way throught the debate Mrs. Romney (Ann) actually fell asleep for seven minutes. She woke up when she heard Gary Busey sneeze.

And Sangria Wine who was covering the event for TV ClickerWorld pointed out that towards the end of the debate Michelle Obama was seen reading a copy of the controversial book Fifty Shades of Grey.

The debate's moderator Jim Lehrer proved to be about as exciting as a handful of garden mulch.

The old fella seemed to lose control of the proceedings several times especially when Old Mittens told him to pipe down so that he, one of America's greatest businessmen, could give his expert business advice.

At that point the president started laughing and whispered under his breath that Hairdo Dude's zipper was open.

Romney heard him and promptly looked down. The president grinned and said, "Made ya look bro."

Mistletoe Bulova with The Political Drive Thru Window pointed out that surprisingly neither candidate made reference to the current uprising in Lower Zamgola, which is causing entire elephant herds to stampede into neighboring Buffaranda trampling the okra crops all to hell.

SIDENOTE: Rufus Reno with Sports Balls Illustrated Daily quipped that if the debate had been a soccer match the game would have ended in a 0-0 tie.

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