Funny Quotes From Presidential Debate

Map of the middle east

Some funny quotes I enjoyed from the debate. I am not trying to take a political stance here just funny stuff.

PRESIDENT OBAMA: “On a whole range of issue, whether it’s the Middle East, Afghanistan, Iraq or Iran, you have been all over the map. ” – Obama

Map of the middle east

Last time I checked Afganistan, Iraq, and Iran are all in the middle east.

MR. ROMNEY: “That’s the height of silliness. ” – Mitt

Sounds like something Mary Poppins would say.

MR. ROMNEY You’re wrong. You’re wrong, Mr. President.
PRESIDENT OBAMA: I — no, I am not wrong.
MR. ROMNEY: You’re wrong.
PRESIDENT OBAMA: I am not wrong. And —
MR. ROMNEY: People can look it up. You’re right.
PRESIDENT OBAMA: People will look it up.

I’m glad they settled this argument. Lol.

MR. ROMNEY: But I love teachers. But I want to get our private sector growing, and I know how to do it.
MR. SCHIEFFER: I think we all love teachers.

I don’t agree Mr. President. But I love diet coke.

MR. ROMNEY: well, OK, is America going to be strong? And the answer is yes.

Lets see what is the right answer again?

PRESIDENT OBAMA: We had a tire case in which they were flooding us with cheap domestic tires — or — or — or cheap Chinese tires. And we put a stop to it and, as a consequence, saved jobs throughout America.

Boy under a pile of tires

Thank goodness we got rid of those pesky Chinese cheap tires. They were really making it hard to get around.

MR. ROMNEY: Well, first of all, I — I want to underscore the same point the president made…we will stand with Israel. That’s number one.

Number two, with regards to Iran and the threat of Iran, there’s no question but that a nuclear Iran, a nuclear-capable Iran, is unacceptable to America…

Crippling sanctions were number one. And they do work…

Number two, something I would add today is I would tighten those sanctions…

Secondly, I’d take on diplomatic isolation efforts.

Last time I checked 3 comes after 2.

PRESIDENT OBAMA: Well, Governor, we also have fewer horses and bayonets — because the nature of our military’s changed. We have these things called aircraft carriers where planes land on them. We have these ships that go underwater, nuclear submarines.

And so the question is not a game of Battleship where we’re counting ships. It’s — it’s what are our capabilities.

I’m so glad we have submarines now! Thank you Obama!