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Obama smashed Romney in the 2nd Debate

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posted on Oct, 17 2012 @ 02:18 PM
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reply to post by HappyBunny
 


Well, random people at work might give a more realistic response than polls made with leading questions and deliberate bias.




posted on Oct, 17 2012 @ 02:21 PM
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Who was the black guy onTV last night. He didn't seem too with it.



posted on Oct, 17 2012 @ 02:21 PM
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reply to post by EarthCitizen07
 


Cmon, you are adverstising the Socialist Party openly in your siggy. Why would anyone think you would ever give the debate to your opponent?



posted on Oct, 17 2012 @ 02:24 PM
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Originally posted by kronos11
I watched the debates this time, unlike the one in Denver, and it was clear that the debate was handily taken by the president. However, what I couldn't ignore and it was so typical is the rudeness of Romney - I mean seriously you can tell how the guy is in private - arrogant, abrasive, brash and pig headed.


Everyone was whining about Romney's rudeness, but I saw tons of people here acclaiming Biden for his rude aggression.


Either we like rude or we don't.

In fact Romney gave the libs exactly what they wanted, rudeness, because everyone said Biden won because of his aggressiveness.
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posted on Oct, 17 2012 @ 02:24 PM
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Well clearly you have these guys on too even of a playing field. Romney hasn't outlined anything, so he shouldn't be taken seriously, end of story.
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posted on Oct, 17 2012 @ 02:30 PM
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Originally posted by daaskapital
Thanks for backing me up on this Lucid Lunacy


To those questioning the performance, it was clear that Obama won. Romney called out Obama on numerous occasions, and was wrong on one. Obama successfully rebutted these and made Romney out to be a dickhead more than once.

Romney was less professional in handling things than Obama. Romney would occasionally go over time and interrupt Obama and the moderator. Sure Obama did too, but Romney done it twice as much.

Romney was stuttering all over the place and never ceased to get into Obama's face.



What are you talking about? Did you watch the same debate.

It's a fact that Obama had way more time than Romney did. This was all over the place and can be fact checked. As for interrupting, again what were you watching. Obama and the moderator kept interrupting, again things that can be literally seen on the video. You people just sling things around here and do very little to back it up. That's why these things go round and round getting no where.

Did you all miss the part where Obama talked terror in the rose garden. He also said there were protests that amounted to the actions in Libya, then his ENTIRE administration back tracked and said there were NO PROTESTS.

This is what's wrong with the state of our government now...misinformation and people "choosing to hear what makes their beliefs seem right".

Grow up, pay attention, and get your facts straight. idiots. You make Democrats look silly when you talk like this and do more to hurt your cause than help.



posted on Oct, 17 2012 @ 02:31 PM
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Originally posted by LeatherNLace

Originally posted by aethertek



Looks like Romney got rid of the spray on tan for the debate.

The die job on his hair didn't look very authentic imho.



posted on Oct, 17 2012 @ 02:32 PM
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I have to say, President Obama Won, he was pretty cool and calm and willing to let Romney speak without really interrupting, he seemed even minded and concise with his responses, he was also very clear with his delivery when making points, I really liked how he put Romney in his place when he attempted to politicize Benghazi and tried to make it look like the president did not respond fast or correctly.


Just better coaching by his debate team, he probably heard everyone grumbling about how rude Biden was and attempted to not grimace, while still being a bit more aggressive and involved, but his schtick is the same nonsense we have been hearing, and now he has to lie and coverup the truth, like Fast and Furious, and he attempted the fast-talk Clinton was famous for on the Libya issue. After the actual clip was played, we now know that although he said the word "terrorist", he did not declare it as a terrorist attack. Everybody knows the admin declared the whole thing a protest of that dumb video. I remember discussing it with my husband at the time.



posted on Oct, 17 2012 @ 02:34 PM
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Originally posted by Xcalibur254
reply to post by skeptikal1
 


This stuff comes in cycles. During the primaries you'd be hard pressed to find a pro-Obama post on these boards. Following the election we'll see an influx of threads claiming the election was rigged and that X actually won (especially if Ron Paul were running). We'll see this for about a month or so. Then we'll get a lull (expect a lot of 2012/doomsday predictions during this time) until the Inauguration. After this you can pretty much expect a higher than average number of threads detailing how the President is going to ruin the country and that we were fools for not electing the other guy. This will go on for the first 100 days or so and then dwindle back to normal.

ATS' cycles really do run like clockwork. For example, you can expect to see higher numbers of chemtrail posts starting in the next few weeks. This will last until warmer weather returns.


You should create a thread of ATS posting predictions. That was pretty funny!



posted on Oct, 17 2012 @ 02:36 PM
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Geez you taught me absolutely nothing, thanks for wasting my time. Because there are so many insinuations you drew from my post that I can't take you seriously, just like Ron Paul.



posted on Oct, 17 2012 @ 02:37 PM
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Originally posted by ThirdEyeofHorus
reply to post by EarthCitizen07
 


Cmon, you are adverstising the Socialist Party openly in your siggy. Why would anyone think you would ever give the debate to your opponent?


Well.......since only two parties can ever debate each other, why should I not have the option to support one of those two clowns? The democrats are a bit closer to my left leaning tendencies so naturally I prefer obama. Pretty cut and dry. Libertarians tend to support romney cause gary johnson and ron paul were forcefully excluded.

It works both ways, don't it?



posted on Oct, 17 2012 @ 03:08 PM
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To all those stating that i am biased and a Democrat, i will tell you something.

I'm not American


I'm neither Democrat or Republican, but i do support Obama in this race.

Watching the debate, i will say that both performed strong, but Obama took the victory, and smashed Romney on nearly all of the questions.

I do love the double standards of ATS'ers though. Most of you despise rich businessmen, simply because they are wealthy and have power, but when it comes to Romney, you all bow down to him as if he is your overlord.



posted on Oct, 17 2012 @ 03:15 PM
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Mitt Romney stood up to BHO's bullying tactics in the same manner as Paul Ryan did to J Biden - in a dignified manner and with superior intelligence and courage - neither of whom backed down a single inch to those lowly political bullies who resorted to Rahm Emanuel/David Axelrod "Chicago bully tactics."

Romney and Ryan won their respective debates on those grounds alone.


They will win the election by a landslide and deservedly so...................... >


Vitruvian quote ..........."NOW - This is not a prediction - its a fact - Romney/Ryan win the election by a landslide (10%) - an across the board victory in all meaningful categories except one.



posted on Oct, 17 2012 @ 03:18 PM
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Originally posted by daaskapital
To all those stating that i am biased and a Democrat, i will tell you something.
I'm not American

I'm neither Democrat or Republican, but i do support Obama in this race.
Watching the debate, i will say that both performed strong, but Obama took the victory, and smashed Romney on nearly all of the questions.
I do love the double standards of ATS'ers though. Most of you despise rich businessmen, simply because they are wealthy and have power, but when it comes to Romney, you all bow down to him as if he is your overlord.

How much do you know about how things(media, laws, election tactics etc etc) work in US if you're australian?



posted on Oct, 17 2012 @ 03:20 PM
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Originally posted by daaskapital
To all those stating that i am biased and a Democrat, i will tell you something.

I'm not American


But you care enough about american politics to start a thread? Seems a bit odd.....


I'm neither Democrat or Republican, but i do support Obama in this race.


Is there something wrong with people who adhere to political ideology?


Watching the debate, i will say that both performed strong, but Obama took the victory, and smashed Romney on nearly all of the questions.

I do love the double standards of ATS'ers though. Most of you despise rich businessmen, simply because they are wealthy and have power, but when it comes to Romney, you all bow down to him as if he is your overlord.


Because most americans have been sold the idea that republicans care about the middle class, just as much as they care about the wealthy class. I know lots of small time business people in new jersey who always voted republican.

Both republicans and democrats are global capitalists in slightly different ways. Many of the small parties oppose this.
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posted on Oct, 17 2012 @ 03:22 PM
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Originally posted by hp1229

Originally posted by daaskapital
To all those stating that i am biased and a Democrat, i will tell you something.
I'm not American

I'm neither Democrat or Republican, but i do support Obama in this race.
Watching the debate, i will say that both performed strong, but Obama took the victory, and smashed Romney on nearly all of the questions.
I do love the double standards of ATS'ers though. Most of you despise rich businessmen, simply because they are wealthy and have power, but when it comes to Romney, you all bow down to him as if he is your overlord.

How much do you know about how things(media, laws, election tactics etc etc) work in US if you're australian?


Our media and laws are extremely similar.

As for election tactics etc, It is similar in Australia, but we don't go through the whole whittling down process. We only have the option of voting in either the Prime Minister or the leader of the opposition. Both of which are of UK origin right now


But yes, i know equally as much about the US stuff

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posted on Oct, 17 2012 @ 03:26 PM
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Originally posted by AllIsOne

Originally posted by freedomthinker
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I'm a Ron Paul guy, ya know a REAL American.


Oh, the kind that endorses racist, anti-semite writings? But then again, Ron Paul had no idea what was in HIS newsletter. Yep, that's the kind of president I want to sign legislation ...


When did Ron Paul "endorse" those writings? Show me. Last time I checked, he DISAVOWED those writings on national TV. Do you have any idea what that word means?

Please, stop being manipulated, sir.

Lima-1, out.



posted on Oct, 17 2012 @ 03:32 PM
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Originally posted by NoJoker13
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Clowns? I think you should read into Paul's policies a bit more, he'd like to repeal civil rights and the handicap act, also anything to do with up holding equality. He's a real gem, that college sheeple love to follow since he spits out "we shouldn't be at war" 50 times an hour you guys think he's great. Well sadly he's pulled the curtain over you as well. Obama 2012.


I have read Paul's policies, and I can see how it would upset a left leaning individual. Paul represents freedom and individual responsibility. But looking at the entitlement society we have today, no wonder people vote for "who will give me more"....no wonder we are in the financial mess we are in.

(but I forgot that most Obama supporters think we are in a recovery)


reply to post by hp1229
 


Unfortunately, we are a global community, and at the hub is the United States. Unfortunately, most foreigners know more about American politics then the American public.
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posted on Oct, 17 2012 @ 03:34 PM
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Originally posted by Thrace
All I'm saying is if we have 4 more years of Obama we will see the destruction of this country. Say goodbye to the US of A.


That is exactly what the far right said when he was elected four years ago...how did that work out?



idealogical hate fiction...



posted on Oct, 17 2012 @ 03:34 PM
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Originally posted by EarthCitizen07

But you care enough about american politics to start a thread? Seems a bit odd.....


How so?

The US election has the potential to change the world, and i don't think Romney is suited for the role. I do care enough to start a thread.


Is there something wrong with people who adhere to political ideology?


I never said so.


Because most americans have been sold the idea that republicans care about the middle class, just as much as they care about the wealthy class. I know lots of small time business people in new jersey who always voted republican.

Both republicans and democrats are global capitalists in slightly different ways. Many of the small parties oppose this.
edit on 17/10/12 by EarthCitizen07 because: change word


Fair enough.
edit on 17-10-2012 by daaskapital because: quoteing problems



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