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Here's How Romney Wins The Monday Night Debate

AudiR10 Wrote: Oct 19, 2012 3:32 PM
Romney has to salute the flag -- and it would not hurt to have him finish with "And God bless the United States of America." Whether or not Obama was born in the USA, he's a foreigner to most of us because he hasn't lived in the USA we lived in and he has no respect for it. Romney is an American from head to toe. Let him stand up at the end of the 3rd debate and give us his best impression of George M. Cohan and he's got the thing wrapped up with a big red white and blue ribbon bow.
jwarrior Wrote: Oct 19, 2012 4:31 PM
Obama now has a record at home and around the world. Your point is excellent. He needs to stand up as an American, Speak to that patriot that lies within the heart of every REAL American. Talk about his vision for the shining city on the hill, tell the people of this country. If you are tired of a president that has done nothing but apologize and bow to tyrants, while turning his back on our allies, diplomats and soldiers who are sent into harms way in our name. If you are ready for a president that believes in the exceptional birth and foundation of our nation, If you believe in America as a beacon of freedom shining out from the statue of Liberty to all the world. Vote for Romney and Ryan
rigby4 Wrote: Oct 19, 2012 7:44 PM

I confess a certain fascination with debate prep. What is it, exactly?

What did Mitt Romney do that earned him such a commanding win in his first debate with President Obama? What did the President not do?

In the second debate, was President Obama better prepared, or just more energetic and focused? Could Mitt Romney have prevented an underwhelming moment on Libya with a few more drills alongside Rob Portman?

I raise these questions because as the final debate draws near, I wonder how Governor Romney’s time is best spent. Is it a matter of homework alone, or something deeper?