Dotsie wrote:It would be nice to think that he's got some sort of plan, but if it has, it's a risky one. More likely that he's just pants at debating. Shame.
Catch-up wrote:I never thought I would find anyone more reprehensible than Sarah Palin, but Romney has won the prize.
Del wrote:Oh and Mitt just got the support of the gun toting brigade huh? Yay!
Obama is usually a more vocal eloquent and effective speaker than Mitt can ever hope to be in a grade school debate on "Why running with scissors is a bad thing"
I think he was having a very bad day. Shame it should be the day it was broadcast to millions.
Is the American public so fickle that one off day determines what has happened for the past four years and what will happen in the next?
...says she who is now under the control of a vile egotistical developer setting himself up for life and ripping the heart out of my wonderful state at the expense of every Queenlander to take breath in the next 50 years.
Sister Jennifer wrote:American politics confuses me. The Amercian gun lobby frightens me.
Sister Jennifer wrote:I'm a very lucky white Australian but Queensland politicians give me the sh*ts. Our premier, Cambell Newman, has the cold dead eyes of a sociopath. Del will agree.
" But in contrast to his statements in the debate, many say, Mr. Romney neither mastered the art of reaching across the aisle nor achieved unusual success as governor. To the contrary, they say, his relations with Democrats could be acrimonious, and his ability to get big things done could be just as shackled as is President Obama’s ability to push his agenda through a hostile House of Representatives"
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