Ed Rendell Says Obama Tried to Run the “Four Corners Offense”

Former Governor Ed Rendell was on Talk Radio 1210 with Chris Stigall on Thursday morning to discuss the first presidential debate. Rendell—like most of the pundits weighing in—was less than thrilled with President Obama’s performance. After making sure to mention that the Obama campaign has a lot to work with because the Mitt Romney we saw in the debate was not the Mitt Romney we saw during the Republican primary race, Rendell discussed Obama’s lack luster display, equating the President’s strategy to the old four corners offense implored by basketball teams to run out the time before the shot clock was implemented. He went on to say that he wanted to transport himself onto the stage so that he could answer some questions himself. Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum were also on with Chris Stigall Thursday morning.