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TOPIC: Oct 22 2012 - Final Presidential Debate - Foreign Policy
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Give me a minute to check.

Belle Chasse LA
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And what does "the economy is foreign policy" mean?

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There is the 'Lucky Poll'

"Romney won this debate and is now on his way. The Economy is foriegn policy."

And then there is reality.... _____________________________

Instant-reaction polls following Monday night’s debate in Boca Raton, Fla., judged President Obama to be the winner.

A CBS News poll of undecided voters who watched the debate found 53 percent giving it to Mr. Obama, 23 percent to Mitt Romney and 24 percent declaring it a tie. Mr. Obama’s margin of victory in the poll was slightly wider than Mr. Romney’s following the first presidential debate in Denver, which a similar CBS News poll gave to Mr. Romney at 46 percent to 22 percent.

Other polls, conducted among a broader group of voters rather than just undecided ones, suggested a smaller margin for the president.

A Public Policy Polling survey of voters in 11 swing states who watched the debate found them giving it to Mr. Obama, 53 percent to 42 percent.

A CNN poll of registered voters who watched the debate put Mr. Obama ahead, 48 percent to 40 percent. That was similar to Mr. Obama’s 46-39 margin in a CNN poll of the second debate, and much smaller than Mr. Romney’s 67-25 advantage in the first one.

An online poll by Google Consumer Surveys had Mr. Obama winning, 45.1 percent to 35.3 percent. His roughly 10-point margin in the poll is smaller than in a Google poll after the second debate, which gave it to Mr. Obama by 17 points, or Mr. Romney’s after the first, which he won by 22 points.

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Spin_Ahoy. Is that you Stephanie Cutter?

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I was a bit surprised that Romney took the bait when the auto industry issue came up. I'm not terribly surprised that he outright lied about it. Whether voters pick up on it and punish him at the polls for it is yet to be seen.

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Romney did exactly what he had to do and Obama was like and ankle biter snipping at Romney. Romney won this debate and is now on his way. The Economy is foriegn policy.

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It's obvious enough that the debate and the campaigns are now battles for some of the daffiest and least informed people in America. That final 3 or 4% who have not been listening or thought about it..

Romney's strategy of constant change in his positions seems like it has always centered on folks who would take no issue in that, or would not notice it. Ditto his factual errors that outstrip Obama's by far.

It should surprise no one that since we are in the final days with those daffiest folks at play, that Romney might do OK sorting through the last few. The sharpest and the absolute dumbest have made their choice long ago.

What is amazing is that cranking up the untruth machine now does not cause Mitt to lose supporters in droves. That speaks to character both in Mitt and his supporters. IMHO of course.

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"D= stronger protection from abuse by a smaller number of leaches who do the minimum for society, yet reap the rewards of leadership as if they helped raise people's depressed and otherwise demoralized people up out of their depressions."

I don't even know any Democrats - even the most hardcore ones - that believe that.

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Counting debate victories are nice projections, but we all know what this election comes down to. Binary code.

D or R.

D= stronger protection from abuse by a smaller number of leaches who do the minimum for society, yet reap the rewards of leadership as if they helped raise people's depressed and otherwise demoralized people up out of their depressions.

R= protecting your own riches that you can, on your own.

Personally I find that those who stand alone, die lonely deaths. I'll sooner live a poor (economic) life than be alone in life. (yes you can be alone and surrounded by people)

I do not hate any system, but the system the republicans want doesn't work, never has, never will work. A system that works is one that grabs a mans hand and lifts him out of the mud, even if he doesn't know he needs that help. A system that allows a person to gain an education without killing themselves. A system that doesn't leave people the the cruel fate of nature.

That is what we decide come November, are we men helping our countrymen, our brothers and sisters up out of the muck? Or are we scum doing thr minimum, paying the minimum, burrying and dumping our garbage upon those who's means are less than our own?

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From CNN:

Forty-eight percent of registered voters who watched Monday night's third presidential debate say that Obama won the showdown, with 40% saying Romney did the better job in a debate dedicated to foreign policy. The president's eight-point advantage over the former Massachusetts governor came among a debate audience that was slightly more Republican than the country as a whole and is just within the survey's sampling error.

Obama wins the three round bout 2 rounds to 1.

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