Debate 3 “Our” President Barack Obama vs Mitt Romney Now That Is The Math That I Am Talking About

“Our” President put it down last night during the debate. Again Romney not answering the questions. That is the norm for him though. But “they” want to protect him saying that was intentionally that he did not want to engage too much in the conversations and that would make “Our” current President look bad. Oh hell no!

I say “Our” current President won all three debates along with Vice President Joe Biden whipping up on that Ryan dude. But I can’t change the fact that “the all” say Romney won debate 1. 

Can’t wait to see how “they” twist what happened last night.

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Obama: "No Act of Terror Will Go Unpunished"

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Presidential Debates

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Note: Mark your calendars for the Presidential Debates

October 3, 2012 (Wednesday)
Participants: President Barack Obama & Mitt Romney
Topic: Domestic policy
9:00 pm – 10:30 pm Eastern Time
Moderator: Jim Leher, PBS > University of Denver, Denver, Colorado, 

October 11, 2012 (Thursday)
Participants: Vice Joe Biden & Paul Ryan
Topic: Foreign and Domestic Policy
9:00 pm – 10:30 pm Eastern Time
Moderator: ABC News Martha Raddatz > Centre College, Danville, KY

October 16, 2012 (Tuesday)
Participants: President Barack Obama & Mitt Romney
Topics: Town meeting format/foreign and domestic
9:00 pm – 10:30 pm Eastern Time
Moderator: CNN Candy Crowley > Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY

October 22, 2012 (Monday)
Participants: President Barack Obama & Mitt Romney
Topic: Foreign policy
9:00 pm – 10:30 pm Eastern Time
Moderator: CBS Bob Schiffer > Lynn University, Boca Raton, FL

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Obama: "No Act of Terror Will Go Unpunished"

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I worry about my people. It seems to me they either want to praise God, blame God, or wait on God and not take actions that must be done by ourselves as individuals.

I worry about my people. It seems to me they either want to praise God, blame God, or wait on God and not take actions that must be done by ourselves as individuals. Being treated as if we are mentally weak, not intelligent enough to think through issues and concerns is a scheme some people or religions use against us to control us. The burden of thought and action is heavy, but it is a consequence we suffer as a part of life and living. We are taught to believe subliminally that we lack the capacity to be able to "think", make decisions and must surrender to someone or something else to guide us is misdirection. I think you must consider the facts when determing an action or inaction. Let the facts guide you! Being not strong enough to take responsibility and action relieves us of the vunerability of consequence of action or in action. Not knowing the outcome of the choice we make is worrisome. It is a natural occurrance we can overcome. There is an urgency of now in the decisions we must make. We must understand that we must separate Church and State. The Presidents job is to PROTECT the rights of "ALL" people. Some Ministers are advising their congregants to vote against President Obama because of his stance for gay rights. They are citizens of these United States just like you and I, to deny a person their rights because they have made a different life choice than you is egregious. The choice is yours to make. The choice is between Mitt Romney a man who is lying to you with every other sentence and Barack Obama who is at the least attempting to treat "All" people as equals. If you choose to deny someone their rights, someone may deny yours!

Anthony Clark

Response: I totally agree 100%.

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Good debates should inform, not entertain – Rocky Mount Telegram

Response: This is right on point! Like I said I concerned about the facts.

Millions of Americans have tuned in to view the first presidential and only vice presidential debates of the 2012 election campaign.

The debates can provide a great opportunity to see the candidates in an unscripted setting, answering questions on the spur of the moment and having to react quickly to their opponent’s assertions. Regardless of one’s partisan allegiances, people can draw a lot from these one-on-one televised encounters.

At their worst, candidate debates can devolve into simple name-calling, counter-claims about facts and over exaggerated gestures and body language. But at their best, these question-and-answer sessions can provide serious and informative discussions of the pressing issues and challenges that confront the nation.

This year’s first two debates fell somewhere in the middle. Republican Mitt Romney was animated but vague in laying out his ideas for the future of the country. President Obama seemed to have barely showed up, offering little defense of his record and fewer details about his future plans.

The vice presidential debate between Joe Biden and Paul Ryan offered a much more spirited, issues-orientated exchange, with each candidate defending their running mate’s records and policies in a swift, back-and-forth discussion.

But media coverage and public reaction so far unfortunately has focused mainly on the candidates’ performance rather than on the substance of their remarks in the debates. Next-day discussions of the debates mainly centered on the president’s flat performance and the vice president’s smiles and laughter.

Two debates remain between the presidential contenders. The candidates owe it to voters to engage in a much more serious discussion of the issues than we’ve seen so far.

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President Barack Obama

At The Vice Presidential Debate: Ryan Told 24 Myths In 40 Minutes – ThinkProgress

Response: Damn the good ole boys likes to change the rules. The rule was good for Big Dummy but when VP Biden played by their rules they couldn’t handle it.

When I think of Big Dummy and Little Dummy I meant Rummy the following comes to mind: "Ignorance will never end. Even those with money can’t buy SENSE!!" Author: Curmilus Dancy II The Political Agitator

Paul Ryan spoke for 40 of the 90 minutes during Thursday night’s vice presidential debate and managed to tell at least 24 myths during that time:

1) “It took the president two weeks to acknowledge that [the Libya attack] was a terrorist attack.” Obama used the word “terrorism” to describe the killing of Americans the very next day at the Rose Garden. “No acts of terror will ever shake the resolve of this great nation, alter that character, or eclipse the light of the values that we stand for,” Obama said in a Rose Garden statement on September 12. (More)

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President Barack Obama

Romney continues to flip and flop on women’s rights, health care

Response: So for all of those who say he won the debate like I said is it really about emotions and anger or the facts? For me it is the facts and not who thinks who won.

Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards and Mother Jones’ David Corn discuss Mitt Romney’s continuing habit to flip-flop on issues from women’s issues to health care to tax cuts. (More)

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