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Romney Dominates In First Debate

goper Wrote: Oct 04, 2012 11:14 AM
Obama was hit with his wanting to raise taxes in a time that it would not be wise. Then he was hit with doubling the price of gasoline. Then he was hit with stifling oil drilling. It didn't look good for him, so Obama broke out with what they told him to say in that case; Obama said that big oil companies got a $4 Billion subsidy. Romney corrected the parrot on a few facts; It was $2.8 Billion, not $4 Billion, and it goes to smaller oil outfits for drilling (R&D) explorations. Romney also went on to say that Obama gave green companies $90 Billion and that it was equivalent to 50 years of oil company subsidies.
goper Wrote: Oct 04, 2012 11:15 AM

Then Romney said, in regards to Solyndra and other failed green companies, that Obama gave money to, that his friend said people pick winners and losers, but Obama certainly knows how to pick losers.

Drum roll please............ the biggest, most devastating hit of the night.......... then Romney said that those green companies that Obama gave money to were Obama campaign contributors.

We all here know this to be true, and Romney said this truth to millions of Americans, so let's hope the conservative pundits have the balls to highlight and repeat this truth.

And while we are at it, I noticed Obama failed to mention he gave $2 Billion to Brazil's Petrobras for their oil drilling.
conservative_one Wrote: Oct 04, 2012 11:29 AM
goper Wrote: Oct 04, 2012 11:35 AM

It was a right hook that knocked Obama out.

My only hope is that the pundits highlight it.

Devastating is the right word for it, c_o.

Who was that man, and what has he done with Mitt Romney?  The Republican presidential nominee was more cheerful, more prepared, more specific, more informed and more energetic than President Obama tonight, resulting in a genuine rout.  Romney seemed eager to answer every question, Obama looked peeved and sluggish.  For every straw man argument the president raised, his challenger offered a lengthy and detailed rebuttal, in full command of the facts.  Romney won virtually every single exchange throughout the night -- on jobs, on deficits, on energy, on Medicare, on health care, and especially on the role of government.  Obama's...