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What ABC-NBC-CBS-NYT-CNN-WASHPO-LAT Can’t Hide: Debate Changed Everything

Doug Rodrigues Wrote: Oct 08, 2012 10:09 AM
I would imagine that Barack Obama wished that he had his teleprompters feeding him information from his handlers in a back room. Obama could only push his talking points but not clarify any of his ideas in a logical manner that made sense, whereas everything Romney said did make sense.
volinva Wrote: Oct 08, 2012 10:49 AM
the teleprompters would not have helped. they would just lay out the BS for him.

The earth moved in Denver last week. A chunk of realist landscape broke through the media’s gloomy, impressionist artwork, as Mitt Romney dominated Barrack Obama in the first presidential debate.

All the king’s horses and all the king’s men insist one good performance by the challenger and one off night for the president don’t really change anything. But in fact, they change everything.

The race is recast for several reasons: Everything voters believe—or have endlessly heard-- about the candidates was called into question. Romney’s dismantling of the president wasn’t just a win. The...