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Who won the debate?
I watched the debate about a week ago but didn't tune into the one today, the last one was iffy, I couldn't give a straight answer as to who won. Is there a straight answer now?
Obama won though he did make some mistakes. Romney just seems like he is half nuts and about to lose it. he isn't stupid but it's like he is trying to act normal but really wants to go postal on everyone.
I think many people would say President Obama. People have a way of comparing this to that. Having said that, President Obama didn't do very well last debate and lost it. So, this time around, when you compare his performance on this debate versus the last one....a vast improvement - he won.
I think Governor Romney did well last night, and he did well in the previous debate. Personally I think it was a draw, but like I said, President Obama did much better than his last debate.
The most important issue to me personally is who will get our economy back on track? Who will get our fellow citizens employed? What is their plan, and is it realistic? Being in the financial services business, a majority of my clients are small business owners, and neither party has really done much for them. Major corporations and banks have been the primary beneficiaries of any help offer from the government - republicans and democrats. Help small businesses with access to capital, incentives to employ, and whoever decides to do this, will help more than all the rhetoric that can be leveled by either party. Reasons, Hopes, don't count, results do. Produce results and you won't have to justify anything. They will speak for themselves.
Obama won clearly I wish we could see Joe Biden Debate again he was hilarious.
by Eric L. Andrews5 years ago
Who won the presidential debate last night, Barack Obama or Mitt Romney?
by Susan Reid5 years ago
This is from FORBES. I am posting the whole article for your consideration:In tonight’s debate we saw a transformed Barack Obama, and it made a very big difference. In the first debate Governor Mitt Romney was relaxed...
by Holle Abee5 years ago
To Obama, I'd say to be more engaged and show a little more passion. Act like you WANT to be POTUS for 4 more years.To Romney, I'd say, "Calm down!" I thought he did a good job in the last debate, but at...
by Toni Northern5 years ago
President Obama is determined to close Guantanamo Bay. People were angry about it, tweeting he should've been closed it. I tweeted that the President isn't a king here, he can't decree Guantanamo Bay closed etc... He...
by ixwa7 years ago
Why is President Obama so much criticized and yet he won in a landslide?How come all these TV talking heads always refer to the American people as being Unhappy about Obama, where are the people who voted him into...
by sonfollowers5 years ago
What are your top 3 reasons that you personally voted for President Obama?What are your top 3 reasons that you voted for President Obama? What do you expect to gain from his second term?
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