Who won the last debate, or who won the election?

Romney threw out the bait and the idiot bit hook line and sinker. Romney is intelligent enough to know to hire smart people and you will look smart. So these smart people came up with a plan to draw the angry-in-chief in to his trap. Romney said many times we have a smaller navy now than 1917 and the fish bit. "Governor Romney we also have fewer bayonets. etc. We have aircraft carriers etc. we don't need more ships" And thus ended any chance for obama to win in Virginia the place where ships are built. The people of Virginia are now complaining about the lack of knowledge the president has on what creates jobs in Virginia. So who is the dumb one in Virginia POINT::::::The largest industrial employer in the state of Virginia is Huntington Ingalls Industries. HII is to build ten Gerald R. Ford-class aircraft carriers for the US Navy. It is scheduled to deliver one carrier every five years starting in 2015.

Asked By: rightstuff - 10/25/2012
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Obama looked angry obama looked petulant Obama behind in all the polls ty
Answered By: prettyexotic - 10/25/2012
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Virginian here, I know I guy who actually works with this company. He couldn't believe that Obama would just make that statement with no knowledge of backing it up. He lost one vote just like that :/
Answered By: CG - 10/25/2012
So by your logic he should have pretended it was 1940?
Answered By: jpayne1324 - 10/25/2012
lol and--the US Marines still use bayonets Yeah I thought at the time Romeny exercised a strategic plan with the debates--and Obama was looking for tactical victory. Somehow--perhaps mr. obama will be thinking--i won the debate-how could i lose the election
Answered By: tylertxanreborn - 10/25/2012
Either way, I think we all lost. Obama and Romney are both liars who have special interest groups pushing their buttons. People need to start getting involved locally in politics and stop voting for people just because they sound good.
Answered By: moralorel79 - 10/25/2012
I hope you are being treated for your delusional disorder... More
Answered By: Libraryanna - 10/25/2012
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