Does anybody not agree that Obama won last nights presidential debate?

Who do you think won? PLASE EXPLAIN! I think Obama did, he has better plans for America.(just the debate from last night)

Asked By: AnimeShoujo - 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 aisle to get... More
Answered By: Blanco Y egro: New package for a 4 year old agenda - 10/24/2012
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Answered By: Stoner - 10/23/2012
I think it was a tie
Answered By: Mari - 10/23/2012
Candidate Obama at least broke even. That's one battle with two weeks left. President Obama will still defeat him. Because people now know Candidate Obama of 2008 and 2012 still gets you President Obama. An entirely different person.
Answered By: Don't Fear The Reaper - 10/23/2012
If you mean who told more lies, who was the rudest, who yelled the loudest, who interrupted the most, who was the most petulent, who was the most childish, then Obama won. If you mean who stated his plans and beliefs respectfully and firmly then Romney was the winner.
Answered By: Robert - 10/23/2012
I thought it was a draw. Mainly because I thought Obama's interrupting was obnoxious and he was wrong about the Navy. Further, he didn't actually have a plan beyond fixing education which is mostly decided by states and simply funded some by feds. While I thought Romney wasn't aggressive enough. I didn't actually... More
Answered By: MEL T - 10/23/2012
I Obama came off as a desperate man i felt sorry for him myself, or more accurately sorry for The Office he currently holds.
Answered By: Sandy Kroger - 10/23/2012
Romney was more presidential, it was odd for Obama to act so unpresidential. I have yet to see a plan from Obama or an idea.
Answered By: Doddering - 10/23/2012
Please tell us Mr. Obama's plan for the US. Spend more money, put us in more debt, destroy success, what is his agenda? Tell me one of his ideas to move us "Forward." I believe Romney had a plan. He wanted to come in and look Presidential. He did. He wanted to look competent. He did. He wanted to be depicted as... More
Answered By: Tyler - 10/23/2012
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