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A Debate Rout of Herculean Proportions

ZenPower3 Wrote: Oct 05, 2012 10:51 AM
...does not show some independency and a mind of his own. The Right-Wingers should be careful what they wish for. If he is elected he will do the same thing to them as POTUS. This man has no principles. He is like a chameleon constantly changing its strips and color to suit the occasion. It is something he can pull out of his bag of tricks to fool independents and moderate voters. But when he is addressing his base, then he is ‘pandering’ and telling them what they want to hear. On the other hand, before neutral or moderate audiences he does not mention how the extremist Ryan Budget for the Wealthy and Road Map to the Poor House will eviscerate middle class entitlements to fund tax breaks and cuts for the wealthy. President Obama is corre
Ken6226 Wrote: Oct 05, 2012 1:03 PM
This exact same junk was posted on another thread. Flagged as spam.
dan17 Wrote: Oct 05, 2012 12:26 PM
Spin, spin, spin. You confuse tactics with ideology.
Ventriloquist Wrote: Oct 05, 2012 11:51 AM
If you didn't see the REAL Mitt Romney, you'll never see him.

Sorry pal, time to get off the Ron Paul tricycle.
ZenPower3 Wrote: Oct 05, 2012 10:51 AM
...correct. On Wednesday night the President did not debate the ‘real’ Mitt Romney. But then again, we do not know who the ‘real’ Mitt Romney is because he keeps changing his colors. The debate Wednesday was not between a conservative and a liberal. It was a debate between two moderate liberals. One was attempting to fool the audience about his credentials and lied about his ‘real’ positions on the issues. Which one was it? Z
I am elated to report to you something you surely already know: Mitt Romney trounced President Obama in their first debate. The rout was so decisive that even the liberal media cannot spin it the other way.

There is no need to grade this on a curve. Romney did very well in absolute, not relative, terms. He didn't just do well compared with Obama's poor performance; he really shone, in every category. He proved himself to be very knowledgeable on policy and business, quick on his feet and able to deliver zingers as graciously as possible under the circumstances.