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It's Important To Understand Why Romney Won

rmock Wrote: Oct 09, 2012 5:03 PM
Newt would have wipped the floor with Obama without selling out to the liberals. What did we elect as our candidate? A Mass liberal? I'm glad he won, but I'm scared what kind of President we will get. He basically said he will replace Obama care with another program that covers pre-existing conditions which means mandatory insurance. What ever happened to responsibility?
inquisiteur Wrote: Oct 09, 2012 6:01 PM
BonnyB Wrote: Oct 13, 2012 6:47 PM
Andrew292 Wrote: Oct 09, 2012 5:41 PM
Not to be picky, but did you ever actually listen or watch any of Reagan's debates? By being respectful,by being reasonable, and by both supporting conservative views, while appealing to centrists he came out way on top. This was the same approach that wired so well for Reagan ( and Clinton working it from the other direction.) the key to Conservativism in the White House is first and foremost you must elect the candidate.
Understanding why Mitt Romney so decisively won the first presidential debate is as important as the fact that he did. Why? Because once we know the reasons, almost everything about President Barack Obama and this election becomes clear.

First, Obama lost because he, like virtually the entire left, lives in a left-wing bubble.

Left-wing academics live in this bubble. There is no greater uniformity of thought than at our universities; their much-ballyhooed commitment to diversity is about race and ethnicity, not about ideas.

So, too, the great majority of news media people live in the same bubble, the left-wing herd that covers national and...

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