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The embarrassing contrasts between President Obama and Willard M. Romney just keep on rolling in. In our last episodes, we pointed and laughed at Cool vs. Not Cool, shook our heads slowly at Commander In Chief Obama vs. “Not Worth Trying To Catch Bin Laden” Mitt Romney, and now here comes Woot! vs. Zzzzzzz.
If it weren't for voter suppression, gobs of super PAC cash, and hatred of the president, I'd say this was no contest.
I'll take cool, gutsy, and Wooot! over awkward, removed, and Zzzzzz any day, and apparently, so will young voters:
Mostly sticking to his go-to stump topics, Romney delivered a sleepy address to students at the Ohio school, some of whom seemed to struggle to stay awake. Sometimes it was a losing struggle. [...]
The reactions from students in attendance leaves something to be desired — especially when you compare their subdued, seated observance of Romney’s speech with the raucous reception Obama received this week.
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