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Debate Word Cloud: Romney Talks to People, Obama Talks to the Governor

LetsDiscussThisCivilly Wrote: Oct 04, 2012 10:48 AM
Hmmm...all that fake gravitas from Mr. President. Newspaper and radio stories this morning are using these words to describe Governor Romney's debate performance: scorn, anger, aggressive attacks. I don't think for a moment that the Obama team has slipped; this is part of a larger strategy.
king10 - exposing leftism Wrote: Oct 04, 2012 11:44 AM
lol, you can't possibly be serious......if you are, then you're demented.
LetsDiscussThisCivilly Wrote: Oct 04, 2012 12:20 PM
Well, that wasn't a very nice comment even if I didn't make myself clear. So, I'll try again. The media is on Obama's side, so he doesn't have to look good. They'll pounce on anything that makes Governor Romney look bad. So when the Obama campaign leaks whatever "weight of the office" was on Obama's mind at the time of the debate that had him "humbled" and "focused elsewhere", the media will be all over the contrast between the two men and double down on their opinion that Romney was scornful and attacking the President.
LetsDiscussThisCivilly Wrote: Oct 04, 2012 12:20 PM
Well, that wasn't a very nice comment even if I didn't make myself clear. So, I'll try again. The media is on Obama's side, so he doesn't have to look good. They'll pounce on anything that makes Governor Romney look bad. So when the Obama campaign leaks whatever "weight of the office" was on Obama's mind at the time of the debate that had him "humbled" and "focused elsewhere", the media will be all over the contrast between the two men and double down on their opinion that Romney was scornful and attacking the President.
annfan_777 Wrote: Oct 04, 2012 11:02 AM
It's about as intelligent a strategy as the Bill Cosby skit on "Hofstra", where he and his fellow football teammates, seeing the overwhelming superiority of the opposing team, huddle up and say "let's line up backwards."
In last night's debate, the candidates had clear differences in their messages to the American people. Here is a comparison of the most common words used by President Obama and Governor Romney. While the president most often used the word "Governor," addressing his opponent countless times, Romney most frequently said the word "people," clearly focusing on his potential constituents.

Wordle: Obama in Denver Debate

Wordle: Romney in...
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