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Why Obama's Debate Performance Means He'll Win

 
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10/08/2012 01:09 AM
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Why Obama's Debate Performance Means He'll Win
I'm pretty sure the Obama campaign will trade a debate loss for an electoral win. And if the campaign plays it right that is exactly what will happen....

Senator John Kerry was defined as a flip-flopper in the 2004 election by the Bush campaign and just like Romney, was deemed a winner of the first debate. In fact, he was deemed the winner of all the debates.

It didn't matter.

He lost.

There is no doubt that the debates matter but not as much as the narrative does. The Obama campaign has an opportunity to use this performance to refocus the entire election story back to Romney's narrative.

If they do, they may find that it's easy to trade a debate loss for an election win.

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10/08/2012 01:59 AM
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Re: Why Obama's Debate Performance Means He'll Win
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Nope. he has a debate on foreign policy, I think he just might have some problems with those points. He can't just say he killed Osama Bin Laden, and leave it at that.

If Romney is the debater I think he is, Obama is going to have a hard time, even if they try to rig the questions like they did with McCain. He still won't have a Teleprompter to read from.
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Re: Why Obama's Debate Performance Means He'll Win
Obama actually won the debate because he gave specific details about his economic programs and future proposals. Whereas Romney gave just general sketches of what he wanted without going into any detail,about how he would actually create jobs. He just makes promises like most politicians; which are usually not carried out. At least Obama made concrete policy proposals. I think as the electorate thinks about what the President really said they will come to realize that Obama is the much better candidate. It might take them some time, since most people are pretty dense; but they will come around, and Obama will win this election; especially as most psychics have already said he will do so. You will notice that the right wing religious conservatives who make up a good majority of
Romney's followers ,have not had any prophecies that he will win this election. Hurray for Obama, the next President of the United States.
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Re: Why Obama's Debate Performance Means He'll Win
I'm pretty sure the Obama campaign will trade a debate loss for an electoral win. And if the campaign plays it right that is exactly what will happen....

Senator John Kerry was defined as a flip-flopper in the 2004 election by the Bush campaign and just like Romney, was deemed a winner of the first debate. In fact, he was deemed the winner of all the debates.

It didn't matter.

He lost.

There is no doubt that the debates matter but not as much as the narrative does. The Obama campaign has an opportunity to use this performance to refocus the entire election story back to Romney's narrative.

If they do, they may find that it's easy to trade a debate loss for an election win.

[link to www.huffingtonpost.com]
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The narrative seems to be that Obama has lost focus.