Yes, Pres BO came out with a bit more charge than the last time around. At the same time, did he say anything different?
We know that he wants to raise taxes on the rich. However, he had a Dem Senate majority for his presidency but never called on them to pass any tax changes.
We know that he wants more clean energy but can not explain Solyndra and all of the companies that have gone under.
Last, but not least, the moderator had a bad night playing referee. In fact, she was wrong about Pres BO's "terror" statements. Pres BO repeated the "video" comments over and over again including the UN speech.
On another matter, why didn't the moderator throw the flag when Pres BO said that he ended the Iraq War? In fact, he didn't. It was Pres Bush who negotiated the end of the war and Pres BO who carried out the plan.
Why didn't the moderator throw the flag when Pres BO said that he negotiated free trade deals? In fact, he didn't. The free trade agreements were negotiated by Pres Bush, stalled by the Dem Congress and eventually implemented.
I was a bit appalled at the questions. We did not get a single question about small businesses but we did get one about birth control.
What happens now? The Dems will get some of their beat back. The GOP will find a lot to like from Romney.
What will the independents or undecided do?
I found the Luntz Focus Group very interesting. They thought that Romney better and that is not good for the Obama camp.
My guess is that the debate was a draw and that helps Romney.
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