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Shock Poll: Romney Beating Obama on Terrorism by Six Points

urbangreen Wrote: Sep 28, 2012 3:02 PM
Ok, now it’s beginning to be a bit of a stretch. MR and team are behind in the polls no matter how you slice it. They have not convinced the masses how bad BO is for the country. They are tip toeing around calling him a really nice guy- just misinformed you know- and then politely asking the audience, “please vote for me”. Are you kidding me! That’s a campaign! The way you make your case is to holler – I mean holler about what a terrible job BO has done- after all you have plenty of actual evidence, impugn his socialist philosophy with actual quotes from his past, and paint him and the Dems as radical extremists. All, mind you, all without having to embellish on the truth. The evidence stands on its own. If I were running the Romney campai
Harold15 Wrote: Sep 28, 2012 3:26 PM
If Romney wants to win in November, and I'm beginning to believe that, like McCain, he really doesn't, he'd better start hitting Obama hard and keep hitting him and stop pussyfooting around and stop apologizing for everything he says because some whining liberals complain they are offended by what he says. Apologizing all the time is not showing leadership. It's called wimping out. I'm still waiting for him to give me a reason to vote for him or some 3rd party candidate, like Gary Johnson. So far, he has given me NO reason to vote for him.
obamamama Wrote: Sep 28, 2012 4:20 PM
OBAMA IS A COUNTER PUNCHER THAT IS WHY ROMNEY IS APPROACHING HIM SOFTLY.
drunkaddledgasbag Wrote: Sep 28, 2012 3:20 PM
Because Obama hasn't been vetted.

President Obama's plans to run on his self-defined rock solid record on terrorism aren't playing out as expected post Libya attack. A new Bloomberg National Poll shows voters trusting Mitt Romney to be tougher on terrorism than President Obama. 

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As Congressman Allen West said, the killing of Osama bin Laden is not foreign policy, despite what the Obama campaign continues to push. Not to mention, the administration's blatant lying to the American people about what happened in Libya isn't helping Team Obama either.