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A Solid Romney Win Where It Matters

Did anyone else catch the remark Barry made about the places he went to when campaigning and that he visited the troops..REALLY? Where? Seems to me when he was preaching his version of the Sermon on the Mount in Germany that he planned to visit the wounded and decided against visiting our wounded warriors when he was denied the chance to make it a photo op. And there haven't been any reports of him quietly visiting our wounded in D C like Bush and Laura did, but then they have Class and would never use our troops for campaign points. If Barry ever did visit the wounded we'd know about it within minutes.
jmg11 Wrote: Oct 23, 2012 3:06 AM
Ha, ha, we'd know it ahead of time. And the Little Boy President would have to sober up before the visit. Wounded warriors retain their sharp minds and would quickly recognize that he is using them as props.

When analyzing who won a debate, you can look at a number of factors: Who achieved their overarchhing objective, who had the most memorable lines, who might have left behind ticking time bombs in terms of statements that will return to haunt them.  Looking at any of the three, Romney was the clear winner, and Obama the loser.

Obviously, Romney's overarching objective wasn't to score debate points on Benghazi or Syria.  It was to prove that he is competent, calm, knowledgeable and -- most emphatically -- not a warmonger.  It was to make sure he seemed presidential.  He achieved it.  By...