Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Peep Debate

Last week the vice president guys were debating. Tonight it is Obama and Romney, the presidential guys. Jack says I should call this post the SPeep debate, since it is the second presidential debate, but I like Peep better.

This debate is a town hall debate, which Jack says means real people get to ask questions. I wish Chuck Norris would show up to ask a question. I always want Chuck Norris to show up at these things to make them more interesting, but he never does.

The debate has 35 people in Ohio commenting and judging things. They will be the undecided voters at the bottom of the screen. I wonder if my Aunt Beth or Uncle Kevin are there? They live in Ohio.

My mom thinks Anderson Cooper is cute. Yuck.

I think the next presidential debate should be a rap battle between Obama and Romney. That would be awesome and funny.

The moderator says everyone has to be polite and not cheer or boo or be jerks.

Obama is wearing a RED tie and Romney is wearing a BLUE tie. They switched it up. Romney's tie has stripes, and Obama's has dots.

What does it take to create jobs? Is Romney going to tell us? He said "I know how to create jobs," but didn't say how.

I like that green clock at the back of the room.

Obama says how he will create jobs. But only some people have jobs right now. I think Jack should get a job. He mows the lawn, but not that often.

They are sitting on stools. I don't think stools are very presidential. They should be sitting in big velvet chairs with their names on plaques.

Romney has a bigger flag pin. I think the bigger pin looks threatening.

Romney interrupted the moderator. Rude!

This guy asking the question looks like Mark Hamill. Maybe Mark Hamill should run for president. He would make lightsabers the law!

The undecided voters on the bottom of the screen like what Obama is saying. And then it dropped! And then it went up again! Do these undecided voters know what they are talking about?

Jack turned on the ceiling fan. The debate is making him irritable and hot.

Romney's hair is puffy. Ha ha. Does this make him a political hippie?

The undecided voters like being "energy independent."

My mom is complaining about how that one group is all men. I said at least the moderator is a girl.

They're arguing!

There's a guy in the front row wearing a polo shirt. Shouldn't he have dressed up to be on tv for the presidential debate?

Romney is smirking. He stood up! Romney is interrupting!

What are wind jobs? <toot> isn't that a wind job?  Hahahaha!

That's a big microphone on Obama's tie. Dad says it's a double lav. One microphone and a backup.

It's 8:30.  I'm going to eat an ice cream sandwich now.

Join me for the next Peep debate, when Jack says they will talk about foreign policy and have podiums.

11 comments:

  1. I liked reading your post way more than watching the debate, even though President Obama did a great job.

    Fart joke FTW!

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    1. Thank you. Jack doesn't like the fart joke because he has no sense of humor.

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  2. I love this post! Agreed: let's see a rap battle next. I would definitely watch that.

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    1. Thank you. A rap battle would be great.

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  3. I didn't get to see the debate live because I live in England. I've read about it in the papers, but I like your take on it best. Great writing! Thank you.

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  4. maybe in the next debate they'll see who can do the most pushups in, like, a minute. I'd bet on Obama myself...

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    1. My mom says Michelle Obama can do more pushups than Ellen. I can't do a LOT of push ups, just some.

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  5. That is one of the most amazing things i have ever read! Super funny I loved it!

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