2012 Presidential Debate - Townhall

Discussion in 'Election Forums' started by Sarah G, Oct 16, 2012.

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Who Will Win Tonight's Debate

  1. Barack Obama

    36.0%
  2. Mitt Romney

    52.0%
  3. Candy Crowley

    18.7%
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  1. thanatos144
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    I didnt say he started the problems you idiot I said he made it worse for Americans....
     
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    no need to be rude. well that your view. i don,t think any us president has made it worse or better over years.

    nothing that can bring peace to middle east. only two sides if they both want to can.

    that won,t happen in our lifetimes
     
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    i'm sure that Obama win the election
     
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    Romney just want war especially in iran and middle east!!
     
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    zonly1 Probie still throwin'em

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    what is moral total talk time? b/c he is the king the messiah to part waters yet felt helpless during our econ crisis.
    obama con'ts to act like the narcissist know all jackazz that believes in cloward/piven/alinsky mode of fabian socialism.

    Fabian socialis comes Cambrige in england where john maynard keynes theory have still failed. economy can't spent it's credit on credit to buy out of a recession.
     

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