Rush Limbaugh: Drive-By Media Shocked by Voter Reaction to Debate

Rush Limbaugh had fun today discussing the drive-by media’s shocked reaction when undecided voters gave Mitt Romney the win last night.

Via the Rush Limbaugh website:

To the audio sound bites! This morning on CBS This Morning, I have a portion here of National Correspondent Dean Reynolds’ report on a panel of undecided Ohio voters who watched last night’s debate and what they got from it.

Now, you can’t see it, obviously. This is radio. But Norah O’Donnell’s face in this sound bite is priceless. These people cannot believe what they are hearing. What we have here is an undecided Ohio voter on this panel, Norah O’Donnell and the cohost Charlie Rose. And they start off here with Dean Reynolds, who is a CBS correspondent in Ohio.

REYNOLDS: When it was all over, they were asked who won. The president got two votes. Governor Romney got six. All had made up their minds, at least for now.

Was this the deciding factor?

MAN: I mean, something can change tomorrow that —

UNDECIDEDS: (giggling)

REYNOLDS: After all, they still have two weeks to really truly decide. Dean Reynolds, Steubenville, Ohio.

O’DONNELL: Well, look there, guys. It looks like Romney won in Dean Reynolds’ focus group.

ROSE: And this was from Ohio! Steubenville, Ohio! (pause) Interesting.

RUSH: They were shocked. You shoulda seen their faces. They could not believe it. And Dean Reynolds says, “Well, there’s still time, still time for them to make up their minds! There’s still time for them to really, truly change their minds.” So six out of eight. The Luntz focus group was much the same. There were basically 27 people there, and 25 of them thought that Obama won the debate. But they’re all voting for Romney.

Do you know why? Because foreign policy doesn’t matter to ’em. They all agreed with Romney’s point that foreign policy’s wonderful but it’s worthless without a strong America at home. A strong American economy is what enables foreign policy and a great defense posture. We don’t have a strong economy at home, and all those people in the Luntz group in Ft. Lauderdale on debate points, it was Obama hands down.

It was Obama won, but it didn’t matter.

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