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Who do you think won last night’s presidential debate?

Response Percent Votes
President Barack Obama
 
54% 648
Republican nominee Mitt Romney
 
33% 400
It was a draw
 
11% 137
Total 1185

Comments

Bob Forer 1 year, 6 months ago

I am sick and tired of all the liberturds and their lies that Governor Romney's tax plan is void of specifics. They are right here. Check it out yourself.

http://www.romneytaxplan.com/

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James Minor 1 year, 6 months ago

Obama won on emotion and dignity. He showed America that he cares and we should care. The five point plan The Mitten was talking about reminded me of Herme and the nine, nine, nine policy. America needs to let the President lead us to the promised land. And not let "The Mitten" lead us down the toilet while the rich enjoy the fruits of our labor. On to the polls America and let the President win!!!!

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justfornow 1 year, 6 months ago

Many have given up on Obamas America and are looking for some serious hope and change.

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tange 1 year, 6 months ago

What a lamewad, Mitt Romney. Only one who'd given up on America would consider casting that vote.

/ not unlike the regional red contingent, long ago abandoning Kansas

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justfornow 1 year, 6 months ago

No matter which candidate "won" Romney keeps climbing in the polls. Obamas rein is coming to a well deserved end.

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Bob Forer 1 year, 6 months ago

Photobucket A mean-spirited, spoiled, petulant and whupped Mittens walks away mad. If it had been a game, Mitt would have taken his ball and went home

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Bob Forer 1 year, 6 months ago

"Binders full of women" - a lie, of course.

What actually happened was that in 2002—prior to the election, not even knowing yet whether it would be a Republican or Democratic administration—a bipartisan group of women in Massachusetts formed MassGAP to address the problem of few women in senior leadership positions in state government. There were more than 40 organizations involved with the Massachusetts Women’s Political Caucus (also bipartisan) as the lead sponsor.

They did the research and put together the binder full of women qualified for all the different cabinet positions, agency heads, and authorities and commissions. They presented this binder to Governor Romney when he was elected.

Romney’s claim last night, that he asked for such a study, is false.

Oh, and once he had those binders? He hired women for agencies he then cut the funding for.

There were actually fewer women in executive positions when Romney left office than there were when he started.

That scant man can't tell the truth about anything.

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rockchalker52 1 year, 6 months ago

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bobberboy 1 year, 6 months ago

Yea, Obama has the election nailed.

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KansasLiberal 1 year, 6 months ago

The LJW should include an "I didn't watch it" option in their post-debate polls.

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Centerville 1 year, 6 months ago

The nice thing about Crowley butting in then having to retract is that this issue will be front and center. And, for the record, a terrorist attack is not a "tragedy", it is murder. And, BTW, where's the guy who made the video - still in jail? Aren't we proud of our president for that?

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David Albertson 1 year, 6 months ago

Still no specifics on what tax deductions get cut and he's still hiding his tax returns. Signed an assault weapons ban now he's against it. Signed healthcare reform now he's against it. Was pro choice now he's pro life. Was against Reagan now he has a man crush on him. Campaigned on a $5 trillion tax cut, now it's not a tax cut. Can you really trust this guy? Does he really stand for anything or just say what's politically convenient at the time?

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rockchalker52 1 year, 6 months ago

Obama did refer to the tragedy as a terrorist attack, a fact that was pointed out to Romney in real time by Crowley. Romney lost big time on that issue as well as the overall debate.

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labmonkey 1 year, 6 months ago

It was a tie, perhaps small advantage Obama until the Libya question. Romney nailed him and Obama begged the moderator to go to the next question. That moved the overall win to Romney.

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