Audience Of Undecideds Patiently Await Good Zinger To Decide Their Vote

October 17, 2012 by  
Filed under Politics, Uncategorized

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After patiently enduring a 90-minute presidential debate last night, undecided voters at Hofstra University in Long Island were left wanting after lackluster zinger performances by both presidential candidates. For an hour and a half, undecided voters anxiously waited for either of the candidates to make just one quick-witted, in-your-face zinger that would once and for all settle the issue of who to vote for. But as the night progressed, issues such as gas prices, the economy, and the attack on the Benghazi consulate in Libya only seemed to get in the way. “One freakin’ zinger, that’s all I was looking for,” one frustrated voter at the debate said. “I don’t know much about the big things like aborting issues and whatever. At one point they kept mentioning whether this Benzagi guy was a terrorist or not. That looked like a good zinger opportunity. Didn’t happen though. Looks like I clipped this tie on for nothing.”