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AJ4USA Wrote: Oct 17, 2012 12:18 PM
I wish some candidate when asked a question like the AK47 question would say something like "What would you like me to do for your special interest group? Change the Constitution? Sorry, I'm not running for president to change the Constitution, but I do promise to uphold it!"
Jay Wye Wrote: Oct 17, 2012 7:12 PM
"ALL of it,not just the parts I agree with."
anonymous3218 Wrote: Oct 17, 2012 6:32 PM
Hear! Hear! Great point. I'd love to see it driven home.
What everyone is going to talk about is how much more negative the president was in this debate than in the last. Whereas last time he seemed bored, or like he simply didn’t want to be there, this time he seemed barely able to restrain his anger at Governor Romney.

In other words, what happened was exactly what every pundit said would and ought to happen. There were the same usual talking points, the same catchphrases—“trickle-down government” and “top-down economics,” etc.—and, in comparison at least to the Vice-Presidential debate, the same tactics.

Obama did what Joe Biden tried to...