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Obama, Romney Get Feisty in Second Debate

Ronald Reagan Fan Wrote: Oct 17, 2012 9:04 AM
Obama needed a knockout to undo the damage from his 1st debate and Biden's debate. He failed. Obama did not sink any lower, but he did not gain meaning he is still in the dump where he was after Joe's disaster.
wtmoore1 Wrote: Oct 17, 2012 9:30 AM
Obama was AWESOME last night. He was energetic, on point, and won every exchange with Mitt Romney that I can remember. His hits on Romney's economic plan, how the math doesn't add up and Romney himself, as the shrewd investor and businessman he projects to voters, wouldn't take that "shaky deal" either. Obama's support for women's equal pay, mentioning the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, and Romney's complete avoidance of the question (Sure, a rising tide lifts all boats, but raising the glass ceiling a little higher doesn't deal with the fundamental problem that there is still gender discrimination in pay for women), was also an important moment for Obama. I expect his numbers amongst women to at least stop falling after this debate.
Ken6226 Wrote: Oct 17, 2012 9:09 AM
Obama didn't strike out like he did last time, so liberals are claiming he hit a "home run". I guess they have to take what they can get.

HEMPSTEAD, NY - President Obama was noticeably sharper and more aggressive in tonight's debate, as both candidates exchanged barbs throughout the evening.  Mitt Romney excelled by focusing on jobs, jobs, jobs, and repeatedly forcing voters to notice the canyon between Obama's rhetoric and his record.  Romney's strongest answer came after Obama attempted to apply lipstick to his failed record in office.  Romney unleashed a torrent of facts that pushed back forcefully against each and every one of those claims.  It should be cut into an ad as soon as possible.  Throughout the night, Romney was asked questions from the audience...