Presidential Debate Round 1

Posted: October 4, 2012 in Politics
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Mitt Romney absolutely destroyed Obama in the 1st Presidential debate last night.  It was a victory of epic proportions and one can clearly see that Mitt Romney is clearly the superior candidate in both ideas and statesmanship.  America badly needs a course correction and Mitt Romney is just the candidate, when elected President to get this country back on track.  With Mitt Romney as President America can once again become the great nation it deserves to be.

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  1. paualready says:

    You got that right! Even Nobama flashing his famously attractive smile didn’t do the trick for him. All he had was the same sorry talking points he’s been using at every speech or campaign event for the last 8 years. I can’t wait to see the debate on foreign policy. I wonder how many times we’ll hear “Osama is dead and GM is alive”?

    Aloha, Mikie

  2. 1stminstrel says:

    Without a script or teleprompter Obama bombs big time….questions on Obamacare hit him pretty hard, Mitt was on the money.

    • rmactsc says:

      I think Mitt is further ahead then the polls from the mainstream media would have us believe. I believe a Romney Presidency is what this country needs.

  3. iamrising says:

    Too bad the two major parties weren’t big enough sports to admit the other candidate eligible for President in most of the 50 states (excepting the 3 states that have anti-constitutional 2-party-only laws in effect.)

    It’s kind of boring watching two sides of the same organization (Federal Reserve, lobbyists, warmongers, pharma,) pretending to have opposing views.

    Ultimately they BOTH support continued war, they BOTH support increased entitlements, which means they BOTH SUPPORT ENDLESS TAXATION.

    Gary Johnson should have been there. Let the people see and decide for themselves, forcing them to think our election is this either/or crap is getting old.

    *dodges tomato*

    • rmactsc says:

      I think it should be open to more candidates, however would the debates be as effective if 20 candidates were up on the stage with only 3 or 4 perhaps having a chance to win.

      • iamrising says:

        Well, they’d just have to up the amount of debates they had, so they just cover 1 or 2 questions max per round. Everyone gets a chance to say something regarding it.

        Or limit the 2 minutes to 1 minute, honestly I don’t like listening to politicians that long, even the one’s I like 🙂

      • iamrising says:

        They could just have 1 or 2 questions per debate, increase the debate frequency, or limit the speaking time. Honestly most of the main questions can be answered in 10 seconds.

        Do you support healthcare-at-gunpoint? Yes. No.
        Do you want to bomb Iran? Yes. No.
        Do you want to continue imperialistic invasions of other countries to rob their oil and violate their human rights? Yes. No.

  4. iamrising says:

    PS You’re right though, Obama was particularly disappointing last night. His melodies were all off, his comments loosely connected and poorly constructed. Where was all his Obama-grins-and-saves-the-world green curtain stuff anyway? 🙂

    • rmactsc says:

      So at this stage of the game have you decided whom you will be voting for?

      • iamrising says:

        Are you kidding? Have you seen my blog lol, I’m totally screaming Gary Johnson with everything I’ve got! I would NEVER vote for politicians in favor of unconstitutional entitlements and warmongering imperialism! If Gary Johnson wasn’t on the ballot I wouldn’t even vote.

      • rmactsc says:

        While I admire your convictions, doesn’t a vote for Johnson take away a vote for Romney and put Obama closer to a second term? Not just your vote but if others do the same it could cost Romney in the long run. If Johnson is lucky he might get 1% of the vote but my thinking is every vote for Romney carries the hope that Obama will not get a second term.

  5. PREACH IT. PREACH THE GOOD WORD.

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