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...
Here is the bottom line regarding this debate; 1. Many undecided voters are now likely to vote for Romney. 2. Few, if any, undecided voters are now likely to vote for Obama. 2. Nobody who was going to vote for Romney will now vote for Obama. 3. Some who were going to vote for Obama may now vote for Romney.
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