Getting people back to work by creating new jobs is PRIORITY.
Romney can cross the aisle and it’s what has to be done in a new administration. Romney says he can take that torch and lead us, his comments, debate style and strength truly came across.
Sequestration, that’s the across the board spending cuts, ‘will not happen…’ heard the words but never heard the “how” part. The president made statements but never backed them up with a plan for us to hear about and consider. It is such an amorphous concept you just can’t leave it dangling with an equally amorphous statement like that.
It doesn’t appear that this debate is in the “draw” category like in the last one. Independents are still the key in how well the candidates did in the debate tonight.
Which candidate would better handle US policy in China?
ANSWER: 50/50, ROMNEY/OBAMA
WHO DO YOU THINK PASSED THE BATTLEGROUND STATE MARK?
After this evening, what political strategists want to know is, how much of an uptick in numbers exists in states like Ohio, Florida, Virginia and Pennsylvania, as a result of this evening’s debate? State tuned, the numbers are still coming in…