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The Purpose of Presidential Debates

Saepe_Expertus Wrote: Oct 26, 2012 1:09 PM
The Neo-Con wing of the Republican Party blundered us into 9-11. Richard Clarke wrote "Against All Enemies," worked at the NSC and couldn't obtain face time with George W. Bush, Richard Cheney or Condi Rice before 911. The Republican Party, in 2001, and the Neo-Con cabal were interested in ginning up remnants of the Cold War with Russia by wanting to scrap the ABM (Anti-Ballistic Missile) treaty. This trio of Republican nin-com-poops couldn't care less about some terrorists in the Middle East who were plotting and scheming until 9-11. Only after 9-11, did this triumvirate of Republicans tune to the threat of Islamic Fascism. Capiche?
Jeffrey286 Wrote: Oct 26, 2012 3:20 PM
Where is your angry screed against Obama spending $5 trillion dollars in just the last four years?

More than Bush spent in his entire EIGHT years in office.

Can you say Hypocrite? I knew you could. Now, go look it up.
Saepe_Expertus Wrote: Oct 26, 2012 1:09 PM
And now Willard Romney says Russia is America's number one enemy. Looks like he's following the Bush 2001 Neo-Conservative playbook all over again. Willard Mittens Romney - YOU ARE AN IDIOT!

Monday night's presidential foreign policy debate probably won't change the opinion of many voters. Proponents of President Barack Obama are still convinced that Mitt Romney is a fool and a liar. Proponents of former Gov. Romney have the same view of the president.

Of course, this is normal in any American presidential race. Along with the eternal conviction that the party in power is destroying...