Warm applauses and nerve numbing boos more intense as day of 2012 US presidential elections get closer
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In any competition, spectators, fans, enthusiasts, friends and foes that constitute the general audience have their common languages of approval and disapproval on the performances of their idols and heroes. These could be warm applause of “clapping of hands following a graceful cadence of gestures and bodily movements” or spontaneous and annoying utterance of reverberating “Boo, boo and seemingly unceasing boos...” It is human tendencies to cheer up to give moral supports to contestants and to demoralize them when they tend not to perform well by “booing and booing unceasingly.”
The 2012 US presidential elections is no less than a football game. Both candidates compete to win but only one to be declared winner unless there will be a tie vote which necessitates to break it to determine the “lone winner.” This year’s US electoral contest has been interestingly amusing to follow through since it started early this year. Now it is becoming more amusing and thrilling as November 06, is at the end of a dark tunnel just a mile away from its entrance.
2012 US electoral exercise is being observed from outside US boundaries. Democrats seemed to have mastered the rules of the game as their candidate has a mastery of the art and science to get elected. He knows well what he is talking about as what American voters would like him to do for them.
He listens to every American and in return he tells him/her that America is in need of this and that and all those that contribute towards speedy recovery of the American economy in order to move “Forward” in all fronts. The Democrats are prudent to allow him runs for a second because he has exhibited his sincerity to serve the American people however he cannot do more without their all out supports to his administration and programs. These are reasons Obama is warmly applauded in Washington D.C. or anywhere in the campaign trail. It’s Obama who knows what he is talking about and voters are talking about him very keenly and seriously.
As the presidential campaign period enters its final phase today, it is equally observed that the Republican candidate looks and sounds as if just started his campaign yesterday afternoon. He stutters on his platforms of government. He has not established fix stance on little and big issues alike. He plays with the ball of his programs having not mastered the rules of the game. Henceforth, reaped and keeps reaping disapproval of boos and boos again, endlessly.
He was “booed by at the NAACP's annual convention after he says he would eliminate Barack Obama's healthcare legislation,”as Toby Harnden reported.
Likewise, ‘Crowd boos as Romney slams ‘Obamacare’ as Richard Carson of Reuters photographed him “speaks at the NAACP convention in Houston on July 11, 2012.” When he spoke to “NAACP draws boos, raises questions on strategy,” asreported.
Boo disease of Romney was transmitted to “VP candidate Ryan heckled, booed at retiree event,” Reuter’s Andy Sullivan reported on September 21, 2012.
The latest of Romney’s “booing” was a question AV itobin 53 posted on September 30, 2012 as “Canovercome the '47 percent' video?” Warm applauses and negating boos and boos and reverberating boos…the candidates receive and reap as November 06, approaches clearly define “their kinds as aspirants for the White House.” American voters may confirm and confer on anyone of one of the definitions, applauded or booed candidate?
It's boo and boos that will drop on a page of US History the name of a defeated presidential candidate. Whereas, Boeing Airforce One will fly the next US president to Washington D.C.