Who do you think did better in tonight's debate, Romney or Obama? Why?
Who was better prepared? Who dodged questions? Who spent more time attacking, then answering questions? Why do you think this?
Romney was much better prepared, he held his head hugh, he made it clear that he is "Pro America" and wants to get us back on the right track. He did not attack - although he did a good job of reminding Mr. Obama of his short falls during the last three plus years. Mr. Obama looked dejected and unprepared, he kept trying to put things in to the Romney campaign that just aren't there. He didn't look up very often, he kept his head down and his eyes on the podium, like a nervous and unprepared debater - not very Presidential at all.
Romney dominated in a way that I have never seen in a debate before. He was far better prepared, did not dodge questions and attacked policies not the individual. Obama without a teleprompter is just a well spoken guy who recites talking points. Advantage Romney.
It doesn't matter. The Corporate Party won the debate.
Obamney = Rombama. A vote for either of these puppets is a vote for the Corporate Party, while the Party dismantles America.
Don't believe it?
It's now a felony to protest what the government does (HR 347). Say the wrong thing at the wrong place and you go to jail for 10 years. America is dying rapidly and people are quibbling about political rhetoric.
Why are people clueless? Because they get their news from the Corporate Party media. Sheep to the slaughter.
Obama has his kill list with Americans on it.
Obama signed (and Romney would've signed) the NDAA with its indefinite detention clauses for Americans. The military can arrest you without charges, lock you up and throw away the key. No phone call, no attorney, no trial.
Don't be fooled like the Germans 80 years ago. This is the new Hitler 2.0, but we don't have a single figurehead to blame. This is the new and improved tyranny.
All because we reacted to the lies of 9/11. And we're still suffering from those lies.
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