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As an undecided voter living in VA after last night debate I've decided to vote Romney. Is it good choice?

Somehow I was not able to make any sense out of Obama explanation on issues and problems the country face. It was vague and seemed to lack any convincing argument. The structure and presentation was too messy. I could understand Romney very clearly. He was solid. His positions made sense and sounded good too. He did not use any complicated language and presented everything in layman terms. Obama was just confusing me more and more. I appeared to get lost while listening to him. Romney then clarified and it was as if he was holding a lamp in the dark and guiding me to the path. But with Obama speech, it just felt too dark and kind of uneasy. I found myself in comfort zone with Romney and his words put me at ease. So based on this debate I am voting for Romney. I will disregard any ads Obama gives on TV and I will also not need to see any romney ads. Debates is the only thing that matters to me.

Asked By: cricket - 10/4/2012
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It is beyond me how some of the American populace can even think about voting for Obama. I was a life long democrat who had to finally come to grips with the reality that Obama is a terrible President who lacks the skills necessary to operate and manage our government. I still cannot figure out how we can elect a... More
Answered By: Matthew - 10/4/2012
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Who will you vote for, Beavis and Butthead or Obama and Biden? Beavis won the debate with all his cornholio antics. Vote Beavis!
Answered By: Jim - 10/4/2012
 
At least Romney knows how to run a nation, grow the economy and get America back to work!
Answered By: Rocky - 10/4/2012
 
please don't vote for romney. i'm not saying obama is a good choice (he isn't) but just because someone can tell a convincing lie doesn't mean he would make a good president.
Answered By: olinader - 10/4/2012
 
Vote Romney if you do not plan to retire or need medical care in the future.
Answered By: Wednesday - 10/4/2012
 
Thank you for your open mind and observation of the real issues.R/R2012. I thank you.
Answered By: Storm child - 10/4/2012
 
Yea just join all the other ignorant ppl voting for that idiot. He just talked well last night an blindsided the shit out of yall. He's an idiot he doesn't even know his own plans. He's so back and forth so if u want that running America go for it but don't get mad when he sends us into a great depression!
Answered By: carter - 10/4/2012
 
Wait til after all 3 debates and decide. Do fact checks.
Answered By: MALLOY - 10/4/2012
 
No, it's not a good choice. Despite all the blustering and posturing, neither candidate has very good policies.
Answered By: AngelaTC - 10/4/2012
 
Although I do not believe your words that you are "an undecided voter living in VA" because my guess would be you are someone who attended the Republicans' Bloggers' Convention each year and were told to portray yourself in the manner you have so that readers would be fooled into following along, I will take what you... More
Answered By: Armchair Goddess #1 - 10/4/2012
 
Romney was strong, energized and excited. Obama looked bothered and awkward. Which one would I rather see running this country? The one who doesn't shrink when faced with a strong opponent! simple. Your vote is right, don't let the entitlement party change your mind with more of their star struck bull. Obama has had 4... More
Answered By: celeste1070 - 10/4/2012
 
I am so glad to know that you have made a decision based on facts... More
Answered By: Free To Be Me - 10/4/2012
 
Romeny presented everything in laymens terms because he has no real plan on how to run this nation. He is just saying what it takes to sucker in the 'Merica crowd.
Answered By: Cybi - 10/4/2012
 
I agree that Romney handled himself better than Obama. But this poorly moderated debate should not be used to determine which candidate should get anyone's vote. There was no control whatsoever by Lehrer. He had very poorly constructed questions, which both candidates essentially ignored and talked about whatever... More
Answered By: tom - 10/4/2012
 
Well said. I'm not a big supporter of either candidate, but I'm very glad to hear that there are people listening with open minds.
Answered By: Dasher7476 - 10/4/2012
 
Yes. We have had four years to see that Obama has no clue and thinks work is a drag. It's time to give Romeny a chance. At least he has experience in turning bad situations around and creating jobs.
Answered By: gyt - 10/4/2012
 
lol... Obama gave facts... Mitt told you that he was going to spend money on everything and cut taxes and spend less overall... yeah, we get it... you can't understand facts and you love empty promises...
Answered By: the night of the zombie g - 10/4/2012
 
Vote for a third party candidate. The two clowns in the debate will destroy the country.
Answered By: Anna, the wicked Libertarian - 10/4/2012
 
Romney keeps changing his position, which I suspect that he will also do in office. Also romney does not have any plan to create revenue, only to decrease spending. Which ultimately like Obama said will not decrease our debt, maybe just slow it down. The decrease in spending will be in assistance, so basically its... More
Answered By: MrsBossLady - 10/4/2012
 
What about the other debates? Are you really going to base your vote on who "sounds good... More
Answered By: Huh - 10/4/2012
 
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