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    Re: If you were voting for Obama did the debate change your mind?

    So where are these 8 people who voted yes, that the debates changed their minds... I wanna hear from them.. cause not one of them spoke up and explained why.
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    Re: If you were voting for Obama did the debate change your mind?

    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Pride View Post
    So you don't care if the economy goes down the tube and unemployment is off the charts under Obama...Got it.
    The month that Obama became president the economy lost over 800,000 jobs. Did you care about that???


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    Re: If you were voting for Obama did the debate change your mind?

    Quote Originally Posted by pbrauer View Post
    The month that Obama became president the economy lost over 800,000 jobs. Did you care about that???
    Sure I did and with 23, 000,000 Americans without jobs Obama has made it ten times worse.............
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    Re: If you were voting for Obama did the debate change your mind?

    Quote Originally Posted by OnWisconsin View Post
    So where are these 8 people who voted yes, that the debates changed their minds... I wanna hear from them.. cause not one of them spoke up and explained why.
    Did you watch the debate? If you did you would not have to ask that question.
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    Re: If you were voting for Obama did the debate change your mind?

    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Pride View Post
    Sure I did and with 23, 000,000 Americans without jobs Obama has made it ten times worse.............
    How many people were without jobs when Bush was president?


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    Re: If you were voting for Obama did the debate change your mind?

    I can't believe the gloating by republicans in this thread. You would think by their remarks that romney won the election last night. All I have to say is that it is not over until the fat lady sings.

    There is no doubt in my mind that obama will win and he who laughs last, laughs best.

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    Re: If you were voting for Obama did the debate change your mind?

    Quote Originally Posted by LiberalAvenger View Post
    I can't believe the gloating by republicans in this thread. You would think by their remarks that romney won the election last night. All I have to say is that it is not over until the fat lady sings.

    There is no doubt in my mind that obama will win and he who laughs last, laughs best.
    I doubt there are very many Republicans on this site who think Romney is going to win the election. I myself (since I won't speak for others) am really proud of the way he presented himself. Finally, he's been able to get his message across to a large audience without media spin spinnin' it every which way through their digestive tract. It was refreshing.

    I was also glad to see that President Obama had an off day. (I'll call it that, since I fully expect his handlers are going to beat the daylights out of him in preparation for the next debate.) In the McCain/Obama debates, Obama came off as a condescending jerk, in my opinion. Every response saw him looking at McCain with a deprecating smile on his face that was quite irritating. No such thing here.
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    Re: If you were voting for Obama did the debate change your mind?

    Quote Originally Posted by MaggieD View Post
    I doubt there are very many Republicans on this site who think Romney is going to win the election. I myself (since I won't speak for others) am really proud of the way he presented himself. Finally, he's been able to get his message across to a large audience without media spin spinnin' it every which way through their digestive tract. It was refreshing.

    I was also glad to see that President Obama had an off day. (I'll call it that, since I fully expect his handlers are going to beat the daylights out of him in preparation for the next debate.) In the McCain/Obama debates, Obama came off as a condescending jerk, in my opinion. Every response saw him looking at McCain with a deprecating smile on his face that was quite irritating. No such thing here.
    It was "refreshing" because some people want to swallow the propoganda and lies without someone pointing out the deceit in it. Have you even bothered to research for yourself, Maggie, the number of lies that Romney told last night? He openly lied about not wanting to cut taxes for the wealthiest Americans, where for months he has been talking about it. I guess that's why they say "Ignorance is bliss".
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    Re: If you were voting for Obama did the debate change your mind?

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    It was "refreshing" because some people want to swallow the propoganda and lies without someone pointing out the deceit in it. Have you even bothered to research for yourself, Maggie, the number of lies that Romney told last night? He openly lied about not wanting to cut taxes for the wealthiest Americans, where for months he has been talking about it. I guess that's why they say "Ignorance is bliss".
    He has always always said he intends to lower all tax brackets, including the tops ones, in addition to getting rid of or limiting deductions that they are allowed to take. He has never varied from that message. It is unfortunate that most people either don't understand it or stop listening when he says, "I want to lower all tax brackets, including the top ones . . ." Forgetting, accidentally or on purpose the rest of the message.
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    Re: If you were voting for Obama did the debate change your mind?

    I would laugh my ass off if romney won and the first thing he cut was veterans retirement pay and benefits.

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