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The Debates: Factors That Play Into Viewers' Impressions

RiCkY.D. Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 1:25 PM
I sure as heck hope that Romney is up for every little dirty underhanded trick that the Liberal dung Jim Lehrer as most are at PBS has up their sleave. With PBS at the controls Obama already has a tip sheet of what questions will be ask and what answers are needed for those questions you can count on that. I think that this debate will prove be a trap for Romney ............................. He will not stant a chance. The Obama campaign knew this, this is why they put out all the excuses for Obama having a bad debate, just to throw people off so that in the end he can claim to be the "GREAT DEBATER"
OldBroad Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 1:35 PM
I think Romney will do fine. He knows the pitfalls of the MSM and Obama might just be a little over-confident about them watching his back. Romney can raise a few questions toObama even if the moderator doesn't. BO might now answer and he might not be able to just keep his mouth shut.

This month, the presidential and vice presidential candidates from both parties will face off on the debate stage. Beverly Hallberg--president of Distrcit Media Group, which provides on-camera communication skills--shares with Townhall Magazine which factors play a key role in the impressions viewers take away from debates.


From Townhall Magazine's October column, "The Debates: Image is Everything," by Beverly Hallberg:

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