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10-17-2012 11:18 AM
buddyholly
Re: 1st 2012 US Presidential Election Televised Debate

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Originally Posted by Filo V. View Post
but the economy is poor enough and Mitt has the slickster former-businessman card in his back pocket. Middle income/Uneducated whites will vote for Mitt because they want to be him although his tax policies are unfair and would hurt them.
Why say ''slickster businessman'' when he was an exceedingly successful businessman. Are you like abraxas, seeing sucess as something to be jeered at?
10-17-2012 11:15 AM
buddyholly
Re: 1st 2012 US Presidential Election Televised Debate

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The CNN poll is overrepresented by Republicans on top of Republicans being more likely to watch debates. Most pundits very much see it as a Obama win overall. Romney wasn't blown out, though, so he won't be hurt too much.

Obama won 15-8 with undecided voters in a CNN focus group. However, most undecideds are still undecided. So the foreign policy debate on Monday will be important, although at this point, most people are leaning one way.
That is what you called ''total destruction'' a few posts ago? And the CNN poll was among a group of selected undecideds, I think, not a phone-in.
10-17-2012 06:26 AM
Filo V.
Re: 1st 2012 US Presidential Election Televised Debate

Romney's lies caught up with him tonight, as did the fact he cannot actually show how his economic plan is financially feasible. Obama has a poor record to run on and Romney did well exposing that.

Romney is a bad candidate, which is why Obama is still seen as likely to win reelection, but the economy is poor enough and Mitt has the slickster former-businessman card in his back pocket. Middle income/Uneducated whites will vote for Mitt because they want to be him although his tax policies are unfair and would hurt them.
10-17-2012 06:21 AM
Filo V.
Re: 1st 2012 US Presidential Election Televised Debate

The CNN poll is overrepresented by Republicans on top of Republicans being more likely to watch debates. Most pundits very much see it as a Obama win overall. Romney wasn't blown out, though, so he won't be hurt too much.

Obama won 15-8 with undecided voters in a CNN focus group. However, most undecideds are still undecided. So the foreign policy debate on Monday will be important, although at this point, most people are leaning one way.
10-17-2012 05:41 AM
Jimnik
Re: 1st 2012 US Presidential Election Televised Debate

Very negative debate. I actually thought the first one was better, more civilized and at least Romney talked about his own plan. But this time it was all about bashing the opponent instead if discussing his own credentials.

Obama won this round and I'm pretty sure Romney won't win me over next debate. President Johnson it is. Vamos Libertarians!
10-17-2012 03:56 AM
buddyholly
Re: 1st 2012 US Presidential Election Televised Debate

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Romney was embarrassed on immigration, taxes, Libya, woman's rights and his drill baby drill oil plan. Obama attacked him with the 47% in the final moment. Obama destroyed Romney tonight. Total destruction. Obama's best debate ever. Romney was flustered and was rude.
CNN ''scientific'' poll calls it a draw. Maybe you watched a different debate. The undecided voters say Romney won big on taxes, deficit and economy.
10-17-2012 03:47 AM
Fed_Ds
Re: 1st 2012 US Presidential Election Televised Debate

Barry was so much better tonight



10-17-2012 03:04 AM
rocketassist
Re: 1st 2012 US Presidential Election Televised Debate

Good fightback by Obama.
10-17-2012 02:49 AM
Looner
Re: 1st 2012 US Presidential Election Televised Debate

So I was not the only one who thought Romney got owned.
10-17-2012 02:47 AM
Filo V.
Re: 1st 2012 US Presidential Election Televised Debate

Romney was embarrassed on immigration, taxes, Libya, woman's rights and his drill baby drill oil plan. Obama attacked him with the 47% in the final moment. Obama destroyed Romney tonight. Total destruction. Obama's best debate ever. Romney was flustered and was rude.
10-17-2012 01:35 AM
Looner
Re: 1st 2012 US Presidential Election Televised Debate

I also don't like how civilised this debate is. I mean it somewhat highlights that they're one and the same, only Obama lies less.

A quote from Romney: "Crack down on China when they cheat." But it's fine for the US to print dollars .
10-17-2012 01:34 AM
The Prince
Re: 1st 2012 US Presidential Election Televised Debate

Okay, I've had enough. I'll be back tomorrow to watch the rest.

Night.
10-17-2012 01:30 AM
The Prince
Re: 1st 2012 US Presidential Election Televised Debate

No shit, they're American Looner. They can't do the 'math'.
10-17-2012 01:27 AM
Looner
Re: 1st 2012 US Presidential Election Televised Debate

I've listened to this for 1 minute and I am already facewalling. So he's going to lower the tax on the middle class and retain the same tax for the rich but the percentage split will still remain the same. And about that deficit :/?
10-17-2012 01:26 AM
The Prince
Re: 1st 2012 US Presidential Election Televised Debate

Obama is the lesser of two evils on this display.

And I thought Caneron and Milliband threw handbags in the Commons!
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