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Neal from PA Wrote: Oct 02, 2012 7:30 PM
Romney must and will win all three debates; but only if he is prepared to not only defend myself, but America was well. The best way to do that is to come out putting Obama on the defensive from the get-go. Continuously focusing and hammering Obama for his inept and incompetent actions and deeds. America needs someone who stands up for her in the eyes of the world. Not someone who apologies and bows to those who want America and freedom to die. These debates will be very interesting to watch. The candidate that can throw the other off his game plan will win these debates and the election. I am hopeful that Romney will keep his composure and the focus on Obama’s ineptness and incompetence, will certainly bring Obama’s cool to a boil.
Neal from PA Wrote: Oct 02, 2012 7:31 PM

Obama is a man without substance; that his words have nothing backing them up; that his ideology is and has been a complete failure. Obama will no doubt try to lie his way out of it, and Romney should call him out every time he does.

Of course the moderators will be biased, and Romney should call them out for their lack of telling the truth and acknowledging Obama’s ineptness and incompetence.

Mitt Romney's main advantage in his first debate with President Obama on Wednesday may be that the president will be speaking without a teleprompter. His second advantage is the president's record and how he has failed to fulfill many of his promises.

While the president will probably recycle his class warfare themes, Romney should focus on the president's domestic failures and on Republican initiatives that have worked in the past. We Americans didn't just crawl out of a cave. There is history.

He might start with what has happened since the 2010 election, which elected 17 Republican governors. According...