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Who do you believe won tonight's debate?

 
bad433

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10/04/2012 09:10 AM

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Re: Who do you believe won tonight's debate?
Mind boggling...
I watched the whole debate and not once did MR answer a direct question.
BO did waffle but it looked more like he was trying not to say "what this shit again"
Every major point MR made was with statements like, "Well we could do 1 or 2 or 3..." I'd like to know which one and how it will be done, not maybe this maybe that.
His statement on no tax cuts if it raises the deficit is a clear warning that he will slam the middle class if elected.
He must have magic undies because it seems no one heard him...
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10/04/2012 09:19 AM
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Re: Who do you believe won tonight's debate?
According to Dr Phil, whenever someone starts a sentence and adds "But" , ... they are lying. Obummer had too many "Buts" in his speech. Just saying.
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Dr. Phil is a queefnugget, i agree though that the word "but" is mostly used when lying cause you dismiss everything you said/heard before the word "but".
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First I thought this was brilliant, but then I realized otherwise.
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10/04/2012 09:21 AM

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Re: Who do you believe won tonight's debate?
Thanks op for putting this poll out there. Agree Romney dominated--start to finish.
Anonymous Coward
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10/04/2012 09:38 AM
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Re: Who do you believe won tonight's debate?
It is very clear that Obama schooled Romney.

Romney simply doesn't have the intelligence for a debate.

It shows you what is left of his brain after years of getting used to screwing people over in business. His brain has been eaten away by the negativity of his actions leaving unable to appear honest to the average man or woman.
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You are, without a doubt, a paid shill for a narrow spectrum of people who fancy themselves leaders of the democrat party. Think what life would be like, if you actually said what you believed, and not what you thought would cause confusion and chaos in people who didn't agree with you. Might be refreshing; give it a shot.
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10/04/2012 11:23 AM
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Re: Who do you believe won tonight's debate?
He lied, but he won
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10/04/2012 10:53 PM
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Re: Who do you believe won tonight's debate?
Could you imagine if Ron Paul was up there on stage as a third party candidate?

He would have RIPPED Obama a new one!
s. d. butler

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10/04/2012 11:12 PM
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Re: Who do you believe won tonight's debate?
The "debate" was a disgusting display of business as usual. This was supposed to be about the economic situation.

There was no mention of the fed, no mention of what the deficit truly is or anything about the unfunded liabilities.

As they always do the so called debate is confined to a very narrow spectrum of thought and remedies.

They continue to speak of solving the problems by tinkering and tweaking a system that created these enormous problems in the first place.
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10/05/2012 06:14 AM

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Re: Who do you believe won tonight's debate?
Mind boggling...
I watched the whole debate and not once did MR answer a direct question.
BO did waffle but it looked more like he was trying not to say "what this shit again"
Every major point MR made was with statements like, "Well we could do 1 or 2 or 3..." I'd like to know which one and how it will be done, not maybe this maybe that.
His statement on no tax cuts if it raises the deficit is a clear warning that he will slam the middle class if elected.
He must have magic undies because it seems no one heard him...
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Yeah. Agreed. That's the type of thing that I mean right there. Mitt may have been more aggressive and the better showman, but he didn't lay out facts or numbers or statistics. He said he had 'ideas' and gave a few of them, but no idea how they were going to be implemented or what the ramifications would be or how they would even be PROJECTED to change things.

I'm voting green party. The idea of voting to get the other guy out is silly. If you don't back a candidate, you shouldn't vote for them. The two party system is making things worse and not better for America. Because with a two party system (let's not lie, that's really what it is), each side is more polarized and in the end, it's the people who are reasonable (moderates/independents) who wind up alienated as a result.

Jill Stein has answers and numbers. Strong ones. They make a great case for her understanding of how things will work, and most of the policies she proposes result in what is a roll-back to policies that have been sound and worked before, like rolling taxes back to Clinton-era tax rates. She calls these solutions a Green “New Deal” because they are inspired by the New Deal programs that helped us out of the Great Depression of the 1930s. And these solutions are “Green” because they create an economy that makes our communities sustainable and healthy.

Although, even though Stein has my vote, I would say in the democracy now debate including her and the justice party representative... I think the justice party representative did best of all four people speaking. He made clear, concise, elegantly stated points with sound facts behind them. Jill's numbers were great, but she was very rushed and her microphone was too close, you could hear it every time she took a breath, which was distracting.
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10/06/2012 01:40 PM
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Re: Who do you believe won tonight's debate?
The men behind the curtain won. People loved the puppet show!

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10/07/2012 01:41 PM
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Re: Who do you believe won tonight's debate?
The truth won because anybody you hear talking about who won the debate or mit romney's hair or Barry's comebacks are truthfully brainwashed morons.

There are no differences between these puppets that are butt fucked in line to the tune of CNN's dramatic important breaking news soundbyte

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