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Are cons disappointed that Romney had almost no winning points last night?

and didn't even seem to try? yesterday you all told us about Obama's massive foreign policy failures... then Mitt comes to the debate to just say "yeah, I agree with obama on that one too"... lol was Mitt unprepared? or just weak?

Asked By: the night of the zombie g - 10/23/2012
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Well intended sentiments may be similar, but not in the big well rounded picture for the future & the path in the direction of the last 4 years. The challenger is more genuine with his goal than the incumbent's promises with the challenger actually balanced budget's in various occupations, & work across the aisle to... More
Answered By: Blanco Y egro: New package for a 4 year old agenda - 10/23/2012
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He supports Obama completely with foreign policy yet somehow thinks Obama has been weak by invoking very policy he supports
Answered By: Fetus - 10/23/2012
 
President Romney did an excellent job of fending off the undignified attacks of the unworthy upstart.
Answered By: Shovel Ready - 10/23/2012
 
Or Obama in the last nearly four yrs.Obama must go so America can get back it's leadership.
Answered By: Simon Saez - 10/23/2012
 
That was funny!! The guy has no clue.
Answered By: Jumpseater - 10/23/2012
 
Are Rats disappointed over the last four years.
Answered By: Leon - 10/23/2012
 
Romney tried his best to be a copy cat of Obama in hopes that people wouldn't notice his reversals from his war mongering a few days ago.
Answered By: Alan Turing - 10/23/2012
 
"It's the economy stupid" as the famous saying goes. That was clearly the focal point of Romney despite the foreign policy topic. When Romney said a strong economy does promote better foreign impressions to the rest of the world, --> Obama agreed with him... More
Answered By: Gungy - 10/23/2012
 
Obama acted like he was at a high school debate while Romney had the big picture and acted Presidential. If that is winning to liberals, we'll you won!
Answered By: dasuberding - 10/23/2012
 
Romney gave Obama a "bear hug" last night. By closing the daylight between them, Romney hoped to hide his ignorance and lack of experience in foreign policy. If he had disagreed with Obama on anything, he would have had to defend his views against an informed, experienced opponent who would have shredded him. A good... More
Answered By: Who Else? - 10/23/2012
 
It was style vs substance Obama won on style Romney won on substance I for one would rather have a president with substance.
Answered By: gyt - 10/23/2012
 
he looked like a president!
Answered By: momof3 - 10/23/2012
 
What is strange is that when Romney introduced the idea of keeping Iran from building nuclear weapons to the American public, Liberals began yelling and screaming that he was going to start another war in the Middle East. When Obama agrees that something must be done about Iran, all the Liberals lie that Romney is... More
Answered By: Damon Lyon - 10/23/2012
 
Actually, Obama came across as the school yard bully...... lying about,provoking, and mocking the intelligent new kid, who sat quietly, ignoring the frey......all the while understanding that the poor bully was only trying to impress the other kids with his nonsense and that at any time he was capable of standing up... More
Answered By: YB Logical - 10/23/2012
 
No, unlike Obama, Romney was being presidential. He made a conscious decision to not get in Obama's face for that reason. He (and his advisers) know that it is important for him to appeal to women and the average woman doesn't really care about Libya... They care about jobs, the economy and making life better for their... More
Answered By: kathy_is_a_nurse - 10/23/2012
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a36_CwzA0bk
Answered By: Bryan - 10/24/2012
 
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