Why Mitt Romney was gulping, lying, fake smiling and laugh nervously during the 3rd debate?

I found it so amusing, he seem so terrified of the great President Obama. XD LOL @CaroleHi5 I did not see Obama gulp once, have your eyes checked, but your Romney was doing it like crazy that it was so hilarious and also doing the lying, fake smiling and laughing nervously, don't believe me watch the end of the last debate on YouTube and see he was the only one who had a nervous laugh not Obama.

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Answered By: James - 10/25/2012
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Cause he was getting caught up in his lies. Apparently mamma never told him about the "snowball" effect with lying.
Answered By: American Baby - 10/25/2012
Because he's an idiot. Please don't vote for romney vote for Obama.
Answered By: Malik - 10/25/2012
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. "... More
Answered By: rightstuff - 10/25/2012
Romneys handlers dont know about foreign policy
Answered By: KJ - 10/25/2012
Sweetie, you have the two men confused. Obama was doing all that. Please try to pay attention and keep up. Oh, yea, you asked why. Obama was gulping, lying, fake smiling and laughing nervously because he just watched an American Ambassador and 3 other Americans fight for their lives for 7 long, full hours in REAL TIME... More
Answered By: carolehi5 - 10/25/2012
Because he didn't do so well in his last debate. His 1st debate was strong, 2nd one he lost by a little, and 3rd debate he lost by a landslide. In the last debate, he basically agreed with the president's foreign policy strategy.
Answered By: loveplayaboy888 - 10/25/2012
FYI, you should understand the Mormon mentality... More
Answered By: Patrick - 10/25/2012
Maybe he was gulping, fake smiling, and laughing nervously because he was too much of a gentleman to tell Obama how he really fells. (Use a fact checker.. the man doesn't lie)
Answered By: Ber - 10/25/2012
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