Obama - Romney debate

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Well Mitt says something new every day!
Originally Posted by roseannadana
TRUTH!

I find it no more shocking than the people who are far left or far right and don't want to even consider anything else. I just plan to listen to everything and watch all the debates before I make my final decision.
Originally Posted by munchkin
You know you can find everything they will say in the debates on each candidate's website. Waiting until the final debate will probably be frustrating. They aren't going to introduce anything different this late on the game & if they do they would lose their credibility.

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Originally Posted by ss40
When people say they are undecided, I don't think it necessarily means that they don't know what the candidates' platforms are, or that they are waiting to hear anything new from the candidates. Sometimes, they know what the candidates are about but are waiting to decide inside themselves as to which values they prioritize and which things they can live without versus the ones they must have.
Originally Posted by Amneris
No but if someone is watching & waiting for the debates then they are wasting their time waiting for an aha moment.

I think someone who says they don't listen to the far left or far right is like most of us. Obama is not far left & Romney is not far right. The base of the GOP is not jumping for joy over Mitt. The left wanted someone more progressive than Obama this election I'm sure.
I make decisions left & right about sacrifices I have to make. Its these decisions that make it easier for me to select a candidate. That's my opinion though.

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Mitt polls ahead of Obama. His strategy backfires

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Last edited by OBB; 10-08-2012 at 05:08 PM.
Mitt polls ahead of Obama. His strategy backfires

Pew: Romney Leads By 4 In Post-Debate Survey
Originally Posted by OBB
I don't think it was his strategy, I really don't. I can't remember how he did in the debates four years ago-- I simply remember McCain kind of imploding.

Either way I'm worried. Romney's speech today was FILLED with lies. All he does is lie. And people believe them. It scares me that people believe them.
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My friendly Mitt supporters do not believe his lies but are supporting him anyway. They've been complaining about PBO since he was elected.

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Dayum I am getting nervous. When Jon Stewart goes after Obama I know it was bad. Wahhhhhhhhhhhh!
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I'm starting to think the portrayal of voters on Parks & Rec isn't too far off from the truth.
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Big Bird and the muppets are doing a "Million Muppet March" on Washington later this month after Romney said he would fire them. They want to ensure that Washington will protect public television and children's Education

CBS 8: Romney's Big Bird comments give rise to Million Muppet March
Originally Posted by GoldenBlaze
The Muppets aren't organizing this. Obama supporters are. The Sesame Workshop has issued a statement saying that "We do not comment on political campaigns, but we’re happy we can all agree that everyone likes Big Bird."
Originally Posted by KookyCurl
The Muppets aren't organizing the march per se, but one part of your comment is not completely correct. I have researched and discovered that PBS is being VERY vocal about Romney's statement about cutting funding to PBS. So in essence, they have become very much involved in this political race. PBS in one of the articles is promoting for people to retweet its case involving Romney's statement:

"Later on Thursday PBS promoted a post on Twitter – where the main case in its defense had been made – describing itself as "trusted, valued and essential" and asking others to retweet. The post linked to a website stressing the value of the service."

Blaming the "Obama suporters" sounds like yet another LIE from the GOP. PBS is in fact expressing their outrage for the threat of losing finding because of Romney and thus have been forced into politics thanks to Romney.

PBS Grows Increasingly Hostile Toward Mitt Romney

Co-creator of 'Sesame Street' calls Mitt Romney 'silly' for wanting to pull plug on federal funding for PBS - NY Daily News

m.guardian.co.uk
Originally Posted by GoldenBlaze
While Sesame Street runs on PBS it is not owned by PBS actually. It and the Muppets on it are owned by the Sesame Workshop. Disney actually owns the other Muppets (Kermit et al) and The Jim Henson Company retains the rights to the Fraggles and things like Bear in Big Blue House.

While PBS should speak out about being singled out for what amounts to .014% of the budget people are just grabbing on to the most visible part of PBS. Sesame Workshop (which is where I took the quote from) chooses to not take sides in the political debate.

I'm not blaming Obama supporters. The original article stated that they were the ones organizing the march not PBS or the Sesame Workshop. I was just clarifying. I am an ardent PBS (and Obama) supporter.

The Muppets aren't organizing this. Obama supporters are. The Sesame Workshop has issued a statement saying that "We do not comment on political campaigns, but we’re happy we can all agree that everyone likes Big Bird."
Originally Posted by KookyCurl
The Muppets aren't organizing the march per se, but one part of your comment is not completely correct. I have researched and discovered that PBS is being VERY vocal about Romney's statement about cutting funding to PBS. So in essence, they have become very much involved in this political race. PBS in one of the articles is promoting for people to retweet its case involving Romney's statement:

"Later on Thursday PBS promoted a post on Twitter – where the main case in its defense had been made – describing itself as "trusted, valued and essential" and asking others to retweet. The post linked to a website stressing the value of the service."

Blaming the "Obama suporters" sounds like yet another LIE from the GOP. PBS is in fact expressing their outrage for the threat of losing finding because of Romney and thus have been forced into politics thanks to Romney.

PBS Grows Increasingly Hostile Toward Mitt Romney

Co-creator of 'Sesame Street' calls Mitt Romney 'silly' for wanting to pull plug on federal funding for PBS - NY Daily News

m.guardian.co.uk
Originally Posted by GoldenBlaze
While Sesame Street runs on PBS it is not owned by PBS actually. It and the Muppets on it are owned by the Sesame Workshop. Disney actually owns the other Muppets (Kermit et al) and The Jim Henson Company retains the rights to the Fraggles and things like Bear in Big Blue House.

While PBS should speak out about being singled out for what amounts to .014% of the budget people are just grabbing on to the most visible part of PBS. Sesame Workshop (which is where I took the quote from) chooses to not take sides in the political debate.

I'm not blaming Obama supporters. The original article stated that they were the ones organizing the march not PBS or the Sesame Workshop. I was just clarifying. I am an ardent PBS (and Obama) supporter.
Originally Posted by KookyCurl
I got ya. 👍 I just wanted to be sure that u know that was a lie spun from Romney's camp about Obama's supporters when in fact PBS is the one pushing for people to express their outrage for that comment Romney made.
Has anyone seen the new Obama campaign ad? It's about big bird. I am not sure that people are going to see the humor in it. I am concerned that people will think he should be focusing more on the real issues.
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Has anyone seen the new Obama campaign ad? It's about big bird. I am not sure that people are going to see the humor in it. I am concerned that people will think he should be focusing more on the real issues.
Originally Posted by xcptnl
His focus is always on real issues. The day he produced his long form birth certificate online he was authorizing the strike on Bin Laden. He can multi task effectively.

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Originally Posted by murrrcat
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Has anyone seen the new Obama campaign ad? It's about big bird. I am not sure that people are going to see the humor in it. I am concerned that people will think he should be focusing more on the real issues.
Originally Posted by xcptnl
His focus is always on real issues. The day he produced his long form birth certificate online he was authorizing the strike on Bin Laden. He can multi task effectively.

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Originally Posted by ss40
I am a fan and will be voting for him but this ad,even to me, does not feel like he is addressing the real issues.
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Has anyone seen the new Obama campaign ad? It's about big bird. I am not sure that people are going to see the humor in it. I am concerned that people will think he should be focusing more on the real issues.
Originally Posted by xcptnl
His focus is always on real issues. The day he produced his long form birth certificate online he was authorizing the strike on Bin Laden. He can multi task effectively.

Every teardrop is a waterfall
Originally Posted by ss40
I am a fan and will be voting for him but this ad,even to me, does not feel like he is addressing the real issues.
Originally Posted by xcptnl
Honestly that ad is hilarious. But you can't help but think about how pretty Romney is to cut PBS funding. "Instead of wall street he's fighting sesame street." Its too funny.

Seriously, its more of a conversation starter. Obama is big on education at all levels so cutting anything that makes our children smarter is a fail. Our workforce is not well trained for todays jobs & it starts with education. We are falling behind in educating our young ppl so I'm sure the campaign is using a small subject to call attention to the elephant in the room. Or in this case the bird. The source of our problems lies in our ability to produce innovative citizens & future leaders. As petty as it may sound all some low income families have is sesame street to offer them a head start in learning.

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^^^ I think you mean Romney is "petty", not "pretty" - that would be a different thread entirely! ; )

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We will have to agree to disagree. I think the ad is silly and not in a good way. It's the only thing they were able to pull out of that debate and it feels desperate to me.
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^^^ I think you mean Romney is "petty", not "pretty" - that would be a different thread entirely! ; )

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Originally Posted by yossarian
Lol. Yes petty.

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We will have to agree to disagree. I think the ad is silly and not in a good way. It's the only thing they were able to pull out of that debate and it feels desperate to me.
Originally Posted by xcptnl
I don't think its any more silly or desperate than the welfare ads. To each her own.

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We're never getting our of debt. We need superman to do that, or dumbledore
Originally Posted by murrrcat
Thats not true. Clinton did it. We have ups and downs.

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