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What The Debates Taught Us

Joe 145 Wrote: Oct 25, 2012 8:56 AM
I just hope that enough of us Americans see it this way. I suspect that we have so many dependent upon government and/or have a long term investment in 'bleeding heart' democrats that will not change their minds. My wife even believes that B.S. about President Obama being off in the 1st debate because of the thin air. Not to mention that Bush lied, so President Obama's lie about Benghazi is no worse. In other words, unreachable. The BIG question is: How many of us are like this?
Illbay Wrote: Oct 25, 2012 5:27 PM
I'm sorry, but my follow-up question is: "How hard is it to be married to someone like your wife?"

The president of the United States in the last debate chose to go on the attack against his challenger, Mitt Romney -- and once again largely failed to convince the American people that he was the more presidential alternative.

But how did the once-messianic incumbent find himself in this fix of playing the catch-up role of a bar-room-brawling challenger rather than a calm and confident president? Despite running ahead in the polls for most of the year, Barack Obama has rarely achieved a 50 percent favorability rating, largely because of four years of dismal economic news. Obama himself had warned us...