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    Well boys and girls...

    ...Obama got his ass handed to him tonight. He was terrible!!!

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    I'll second that.

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    I do think Romney is gonna have to hone in on the specifics of how he is going to do what he says he will. I do know one thing, no matter what Romney does its gonna be better than Obama.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k-fridge View Post
    ...Obama got his ass handed to him tonight. He was terrible!!!
    Yeah I was expecting more offensive debate, I think the dems wanted to play defensively hoping Romney would hurt himself...which he seems to do a lot.

    The problem is, we still don't have details about anything Romney plans to do, he says the same stuff over and over...sad thing is the people buy into it why? Because he uses simple terms that have great meaning of pride in America. This idea of nothing Romney can do could be worse than what Obama done is bogus....there are far worse things, but apparently many people don't think so.

    I was watching the undecided voters graph and Romney did go into the negative first, but I think he had more high notes than Obama.

    In my opinion, this debate did not tell us anything we didn't already know....at least when it comes to policy.

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    The claim that Romney will do better than Romney is NOT bogus. Obama does not understand economics Romney does and tried to explain it to Obama over and over but he just doesn't get it. Obama is so full of himself to think he alone knows what's best for Americans when it comes to healthcare it's unreal. Just like he alone took down Osama

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    Anybody notice Obama say Romney couldn't do math? A community organizer that never created a job told America a multi millionaire business man can't do math.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtrammel View Post
    The claim that Romney will do better than Romney is NOT bogus. Obama does not understand economics Romney does and tried to explain it to Obama over and over but he just doesn't get it. Obama is so full of himself to think he alone knows what's best for Americans when it comes to healthcare it's unreal. Just like he alone took down Osama
    Well you did say no matter what Romney does....economics thats a different story. I just hope it's a good story, unlike what happened to some of Romney's investments....which only turned out good for Romney.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaard View Post
    Anybody notice Obama say Romney couldn't do math? A community organizer that never created a job told America a multi millionaire business man can't do math.
    Good point.

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    Points aside...Obama was clearly uncomfortable and didn't know how to respond to Romney. Romney was sharp as a tack; rattling off facts and figures without even having to think about them.

    Tremendous difference between the two.

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    So this was the debate.

    Obama says his regulations are good.

    Romney says Obama's are bad and he will replace them with his good regulations.

    I thought republicans where for deregulation.

    And what the hell was that crap that the "Free Market", need regulations. If there are tons of regulations its not free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfshadow View Post
    So this was the debate.

    Obama says his regulations are good.

    Romney says Obama's are bad and he will replace them with his good regulations.

    I thought republicans where for deregulation.

    And what the hell was that crap that the "Free Market", need regulations. If there are tons of regulations its not free.
    Conservatives (notice I'm not using parties) are not opposed to all regulation. There is a time and place for them. But we are opposed to excessive regulation that unfairly hurts business and kills jobs or drives up costs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k-fridge View Post
    Conservatives (notice I'm not using parties) are not opposed to all regulation. There is a time and place for them. But we are opposed to excessive regulation that unfairly hurts business and kills jobs or drives up costs.

    All regulations hurt business and kill jobs, although some are needed. What they really do that business men like Romney like is kill competien and drive up prices for products and drive small business out of the market. In short they are what allow companies like sports authority to thrive and allow for the consolidation of many brands under parent companies like Bain. It's not a good business model for the nation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfshadow View Post
    So this was the debate.

    Obama says his regulations are good.

    Romney says Obama's are bad and he will replace them with his good regulations.

    I thought republicans where for deregulation.

    And what the hell was that crap that the "Free Market", need regulations. If there are tons of regulations its not free.
    The first version of a bill to establish a commission to regulate trade was introduced on January 25, 1912, by Oklahoma congressman Dick Thompson Morgan, once known as the "father of the Federal Trade Commission." Morgan also made the first speech on the House floor advocating its creation on February 21, 1912. Though the initial bill did not pass, the Republican party platform of June 1912 endorsed the establishment of the Federal Trade Commission. Morgan reintroduced a slightly amended version of his bill during the April 1913 special session.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federal_Trade_Commission

    Quote Originally Posted by k-fridge View Post
    Conservatives (notice I'm not using parties) are not opposed to all regulation. There is a time and place for them. But we are opposed to excessive regulation that unfairly hurts business and kills jobs or drives up costs.
    Quote Originally Posted by Elfshadow View Post
    All regulations hurt business and kill jobs, although some are needed. What they really do that business men like Romney like is kill competien and drive up prices for products and drive small business out of the market. In short they are what allow companies like sports authority to thrive and allow for the consolidation of many brands under parent companies like Bain. It's not a good business model for the nation.
    So the FTC kills jobs and hurts business'? Like protecting consumers from anti competition, monopoly's, price fixing and price gouging?
    Discipline your child so that other parents don't have to.

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