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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Rabbi, Oct 16, 2012.
Well I am a Romney supporter, but I felt he did very poorly during the Libya "round".
The way I saw it:
Romney brought facts, Obama brought rhetoric.
I caught that comment as well,,,, I assume he was talking about Full Auto,,,,but they are legal to own,,just pay a 200 dollar tax fee and pass the background. Obviously R dont know all he should be knowing.
I agree. As I said, Romney did indeed drop the ball on that one.
Matthews will probably try to hump Obama's leg at the end of this debate.
... and by his own admission of why he signed it in Mass ... YES, HE WOULD.
The man has proven to have no core. He is hollow.
"Government does not create jobs"
Smart of Obama to save the 47% thing for the close.
Are you kidding? Romney put it flat on Obama, the bucks stops with Obama. Would not let him off the hook on waiting two weeks to state it was an act of terror.
It was a more two sided debate, but Obama was again on the defense most of the debate.
yeah noticed that too that way rommey could not respond to it
Bush and Romney agree to sign a new assault weapons ban.
Its coming folks...
Obama did better than last time but he still lost.
He cannot defend his record and he ran out of steam at the end.
Obama dodged the Fast and Furious topic.
Still its doubtful this debate changed anyones mind.
It seems the Obama can lie just as well at sea level as he can at higher altitudes
Well, now no matter how distasteful a candidate Romney is, I need to vote for him. Obama basically spilled the beans on his plan for another AWB:/ Had Obama kept his big mouth shut re: AWB I would have certainly voted for Gary Johnson.
That being said, I hope Romney doesn't sign a second AWB.
Did you not see Romney being chastised by Obama and the Moo-derator taking up for Obama the whole time.
Look, I agree that the Romney won when you look at the substantive arguments, but we are talking about the opinions of the sheepish American people, as a whole.
Not true. Heavily regulated? Yes.
If the President loses re-election, I think a very heavy weight of that will fall square on the gun issue because of the new AWB comment.
That said, however, look at EXACTLY what he said:
Notice he didn't say passed, or in place, or in effect. I stand by what I've said for YEARS: The Democrats remember 1994, and they are NOT politically suicidal enough to pass it again. And even that is presuming they regain control of BOTH houses (an unlikely event).
Everyone can (and has, and will continue to) shout "Look! See! Here it comes!!" but that's still no more realistic today than it was yesterday. What I think you saw was the President preaching to his base. If it hits the Senate floor and gets shot down, they can still tell their people 'See, we tried, damn those Right-Wingers, but we couldn't do it!'
But, as I said, if the re-election bid is lost, that comment is going to be a major factor.