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Is the rebuttal/response the toughest task in politics?


I mean, this just looks difficult for anyone. Not talking about Rubio or anyone in particular, but more of the platform in general.






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Wally Sparks
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Atlanta
Member since Feb 2013
7157 posts

re: Is the rebuttal/response the toughest task in politics?


Only when a Republican does it thanks to our bull shite media





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lsu13lsu
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Member since Jan 2008
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re: Is the rebuttal/response the toughest task in politics?


It has to be tough. But, no one is making them do it. I think too much is made of it.





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LSUgusto
Member since May 2005
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re: Is the rebuttal/response the toughest task in politics?


I'd love to do it. I guarantee you, I'd fire up America by calling out the bull shite. The media would destroy me for pulling a girl's hair in the 6th grade, but, hey... I'd still jump at the opportunity.





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rpg37
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Walls, MS
Member since Sep 2008
16510 posts

re: Is the rebuttal/response the toughest task in politics?


I was about to post this before I saw this thread. I believe as far as speech giving it is. You have virtually no time to pre-plan the speech. You are forced to quickly synthesize jargon into a coherent rebuttle. You are basically forced into anticipating what will be said so you can plan an appropriate pace of rebuttal while hitting all key points.





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LSUAlum2001
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re: Is the rebuttal/response the toughest task in politics?


I'd start out with this line..

"Everything that guy just said is bull shite."







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Wally Sparks
USA Fan
Atlanta
Member since Feb 2013
7157 posts

re: Is the rebuttal/response the toughest task in politics?


quote:

I'd start out with this line..

"Everything that guy just said is bull shite."



What's up Mr. Gambini?






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