Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Debate Analysis: Obama, Romney Thought Opponent Was a 'Lying Dick' Dozens of Times


Photo: TYDN Staff

DENVER -- (TYDN) In the first presidential debate leading to the November elections, President Barack Obama and GOP hopeful Mitt Romney each showed signs dozens of times Wednesday that they believed their rival was a 'lying dick,' TheYellowDailyNews has learned.

According to an exhaustive analysis by TheYellowDailyNews, which included dozens of interviews with mind readers, body language experts and historians, the debate ended in a dead heat: each candidate displayed signs 37 times that they thought their opponent was a lying dick.

Analysts said it was the first time in the nation's history that a presidential debate ended in a dead heat. "Usually, it is obvious that one of the candidates thinks the other is a lying dick more than the other candidate thinks his rival is a lying dick," Harvard University presidential historian Richard Cox said in an exclusive interview with TheYellowDailyNews. "This was an extraordinary debate. It's usually always obvious one candidate thinks the other is a lying dick more than the other candidate thinks the other is a lying dick."

Aides from each camp disputed the results. They said the TYDN analysis was off base.

"Clearly, Romney exhibited in his facial movements that Obama was a lying dick way more times than Obama's features showed that Obama thought Romney was a lying dick," a Romney campaign aide told TheYellowDailyNews on condition of anonymity.

An Obama aide, speaking on condition of anonymity, disputed the assertion.

"It is undisputed that Obama thought Romney was a lying dick way more times than Romney thought Obama was a lying dick," the aide said. "I mean, could it not be any more obvious?"

TheYellowDailynews analysis showed that each candidate bit their tongue, lowered their head or showed an open smirk that equated to disdain for the other an equal number of times. That each candidate thought the other was a lying dick was even more pronounced when the candidates discussed the federal government's role, taxes, health care and education, according to TheYellowDailyNews analysis.

"You could just see and sense that each candidate thought the other was a lying dick on countless occasions," Fox News language expert Tonya Reiman said in an exclusive interview with TheYellowDailyNews. "That each candidate thought the other was a lying dick an equal amount of times simply shocks the conscience."

The TYDN analysis had a margin of error rating of plus-or-minus 2.5 lying dick expressions.

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1 comment:

Mrs. G2 said...

Who won the debate and wins the title the biggest lying dick?