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You just make sure you are around on election night
I would have a much easier time listening to liberals talk if they didn't always speak looking down their nose, as if they are the only intelligent voice of reason out there.
Obama's plan doesn't add up either.
Obama might have won tonight, but on the one topic that matters most and that is the economy, Romney is beating Obama every time. Obama can't beat him on that with his record and Obama really has no new plan for his next term.
I'm not even sure Obama wonnthe debate. I would say a draw. I do like Romney's chances alot though
CNN has Obama winning the debate but still losing on most of the issues.
Better job with the economy Romney 58%, Obama 40%
Health Care Romney 49%, Obama 46%
Taxes Romney 51% Obama 44%
Budget Deficit Romney 59%, Obama 36%
Foreign Policy Obama 49%, Romney 47%
Scored 4 touchdowns...in a single game. Polk High!
How the hell does that equate to Obamalama winning the debate?
Not questioning you, btw.
There were tons of other topics that mostly mean nothing that Obama did better in. Obama also did so much better this time than the first debate that people are giving him credit for that.
Romney even won "stronger leader" 49%-46%. Obama won "more likeable" 47%-41%...maybe that is why voters said he won.
Mhhhmm and what exactly is romney's plan? Specifics please... Ill wait, oh that's right he is still yet to give any...
He's telling the middle class exactly what it wants to hear in order to get elected, then it's back to support for big business including major tax breaks for the wealthy and deregulation, which started with Clinton and was greatly increased under bush, which got us where we are now.
Truth of the matter is, we, as a nation, are truly fvcked and it is the product of thirty years worth of presidencies and dirty politics, republicans and democrats alike.
Why So Serious?
And this election is about the economy and everything else matters little. Romney is going to win.
Poll out of Colorado gives it to Obama 48-44 overall and 58-36 among Independents.
All depends what Romney we really get, the one that caters to the Republican base or the more moderate one.
Everyone is hating on that fact that Romney hasn't given every little specific part of his plan, but Obama hasn't given us anything either really and his record sucks.
Obama never wants to talk about his policies or proposals
Romney's stance on issues changes so often I am not even sure he knows the specifics.
Fox...imagine my surprise.
Ah, typical lib tactic...when you cannot debate the facts attack the source. Have any examples of where Lou Dobb's list is wrong?
How about this one...have a problem with politifact?
Lets check the truth meter on the two candidates' statements...
True - 22%
Mostly True - 23%
Half True - 26%
Mostly False - 12%
False - 14%
Pants On Fire - 2%
True - 16%
Mostly True - 13%
Half True - 28%
Mostly False - 17%
False - 16%
Pants on Fire - 9%
This post was edited by Uhaul 18 months ago
So they both flip flop and lie...yet you act as if it is only Romney.
Any examples of Dobb's claims to be false?
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I want Obama to win and still think that he will. But even if Romney wins I'm willing to bet conservatives will be disappointed with the job he has done after his four years in office. The same applies for Obama obviously.
I don't act as if it's only Romney, I act as if Romney does it far more frequently and to a greater extent...which he clearly does.
Re Dobb's claims...Anything supporting their veracity?
LOL, you only brought up Romney, no mention of Obama and his flip flops.
Dude, they're both politicians...so to a certain extent they're both going to tell tall tales. However, Romney clearly tells taller tales and he tells them far more often. There's really no denying that. The President's statements are true/mostly true 55% of the time. Romney lags far behind at 29% of the time.
I have no doubt they are both politicians. One is a politician who has a long list of broken promises over the last 4 years yet you made no mention of his policy reversals...only of a potential candidates. So you are ok with the lies and broken promises of Obama, but feel the need to bring up Romney's. When Dobb's presents a list of Obama's flip flops you immediately attack the source.
BTW according to your own links Romney has 80 false...and Obama has 124.
I dislike dishonesty in general. Sadly, this is the political system with which we must deal.
However, when it comes to honesty, one candidate is telling the truth far more than the other. You find Romney's policies more compelling than the President's? Ok, we're all entitled to our beliefs. I am all for civil discourse. However, the idea that the President is a liar and Romney is honest is laughable. The "Truth Meter" favors the President by a wide margin.
And, yes, citing source as partisan as Fox is going to draw a significant amount of skepticism.
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