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2012 Presidential Debate Oct. 3: Watch It and Discuss the Issues with Us! (VIDEO)

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                             Barack Obama vs Mitt Romney

The First Presidential Debate was Wednesday, October 3rd at 9 p.m. ET in Denver, Colorado where the candidates focused on Domestic Policy.

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Please join us again next week, October 11th at 9pm ET, for another great discussion as we watch the Vice Presidential debate on foreign and domestic policy, aired on the same networks and online.

by on Oct. 1, 2012 at 1:18 PM
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Mommy_of_Riley
by Just Jess on Oct. 3, 2012 at 3:51 PM
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I'm upset that they gave Johnson his "to do list" and he qualifies to debate but they still won't let him in.

What are they so scared of?!?!
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Billiejeens
by on Oct. 3, 2012 at 3:58 PM
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Quoting Seven7ruval11:

I'm very passionate about what is going on in this country, today.   But, I'm not so sure I can participate in this group and REMAIN SANE and kind.  The division is so apparent here, already and the bashing has already started.  I cannot get into the back and forth thing on a subject I feel VERY INFORMED on.

See, I don't trust mainstream media, because they all tell us what they want us to hear, which is generally directed in opposition of their opponent or in support of whom they support.  I have seen and read enough about Obama to just be sick to my stomach.  I am not trying to prove anything to anyone or teach anyone or get anyone on "my" side or try to get them to "see" what I see.  It's just way too draining.

I do know one thing; I don't want to live in our fastly becoming Socialist nation.  I do not want to be a SLAVE to the government.  I do not want to be OWNED by the government; WHICH IS EXACTLY WHAT OBAMACARE WILL DO. Once the government has their hands in your healthcare; they have their hands on your life, FROM BIRTH TO DEATH.

In Obama's OWN BOOK, he states he was raised by parents who were anti-colonialists, who were communist sympathizers.  His grandparents were, also.  He was mentored, from A YOUNG AGE by a member of the Communist Party.  THIS WAS NO SECRET AND TOLD BY OBAMA.  Yet, we ignore it?  We have become blind, all at the cost of our freedom, just to get handouts.  This is beyond reasonable.

Obama's handling of this recent terrorist attack is disgusting, TO SAY THE LEAST.  His apologies to a nation who would love to eliminate us, is unacceptable.  It's weak and it presents us as weak.  His arrogance and narcissism has shown what he cares MORE about, than our woes.  His giving 1.5 billion dollars to the Muslim Brotherhood (who are NOT OUR FRIENDS...they support the Taliban and they dispise THE USA) and allowing these terrorist supporters IN THE WHITE HOUSE, THREE TIMES, for meetings; yet not attending any briefings on our own defense, shows me exactly what Obama is.

 

He IS THE ENEMY.  You don't have to like what I say or agree.  See, I am a Libertarian.  I believe in "to each his own".  I'm not looking for people to agree or disagree with me.  I am okay WITH MY TRUTH and what I know.  I see.  I am no longer blinded by his lies (which he's been caught in SO MANY) and his deceit.  I was happy when he became President that day.  I believed the bullshit he told us. 

HIS ACTIONS SHINE BRIGHTLY.  Anyone who cannot see what he is and what he is TRYING TO DO, DOESN'T WANT TO SEE. 

It has NEVER been about race...and it's a weak argument and an insult to intelligence to even think there is NOTHING wrong with Obama except that people are racist against his skin color.  What a joke.

I'm black.  What would that make me?  A traitor to my people?  I hate what I am or black men or some shit like that? 

 

I see this debate heading to a lot of bad things and I've said what I have to say and I thank you all....

 

I will be voting for Romney.  Not only because I think he is a better candidate for the job (and a lot MORE QUALIFIED)...but, because he is TRANSPARENT as Obama IS NOT.  He wouldn't be my first choice; as Ron Paul would be.  He is the ONLY choice to get Obama the hell out!

Every point is right on the money - the Obamabots and the Zombies, won't hear a single word of that.

DixieL
by Bronze Member on Oct. 3, 2012 at 3:59 PM
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Quoting tpickle:

Well, I doubt if Obama can have a fair shot tonight, this country is still so divided and thats the way the Republicans like it.  The 47% comments proves that.   Republicans are sighting Reagan over and over again, claiming he won the election because of his debate success.  Hope is running high for Romney, they expect a miracle and they just may  think they see one tonight (II see a smart Romney).   Obama is healing the economy already, but people just can't see past the color of his skin.  I just hope there are a majority of Americans voting who can understand the truth.  I hope!


I am sure President Obama is going to get his second term.

Billiejeens
by on Oct. 3, 2012 at 3:59 PM


Quoting Mommy_of_Riley:

I'm upset that they gave Johnson his "to do list" and he qualifies to debate but they still won't let him in.

What are they so scared of?!?!


Maybe they simply do not want to waste time with someone that is not actually in the race.

Mommy_of_Riley
by Just Jess on Oct. 3, 2012 at 4:04 PM
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He IS in the race. As is Jill Stein.

They deserve equal time just as any R or D candidate. Let them all 4 debate and let the people actually hear from ALL of their choices.


Quoting Billiejeens:



Quoting Mommy_of_Riley:

I'm upset that they gave Johnson his "to do list" and he qualifies to debate but they still won't let him in.

What are they so scared of?!?!


Maybe they simply do not want to waste time with someone that is not actually in the race.

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Billiejeens
by on Oct. 3, 2012 at 4:08 PM
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Quoting Mommy_of_Riley:

He IS in the race. As is Jill Stein.

They deserve equal time just as any R or D candidate. Let them all 4 debate and let the people actually hear from ALL of their choices.


Quoting Billiejeens:

 


Quoting Mommy_of_Riley:

I'm upset that they gave Johnson his "to do list" and he qualifies to debate but they still won't let him in.

What are they so scared of?!?!


Maybe they simply do not want to waste time with someone that is not actually in the race.

banging head into wall

DixieL
by Bronze Member on Oct. 3, 2012 at 4:14 PM
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I didn't vote for President Obama the frist time. I gave my wasted vote to McCain, instead of Obama, for two reasons. 1. I loved Hillary. She had more votes than any primary candidate in the history of our country, and it was taken away from her. Nancy Pelosi, Donna Brazzile, and Howard Dean wanted Obama and they made sure Obama was our candidate. 2. I didn't think he had the experience to clean up the mess, that the Bush people made. In my opinion, he has proven me wrong.He does know what he is doing and he is trying to get our country back on the right track. He is having a hell of a time doing it, because of the republicans going against him, everytime he tries to do anything. Even when the republicans believe the same way, that Obama does they still vote it down. President Obama, already has done a lot, and I believe during his second term, he will get a lot more done for this country. I believe if Romney won, this country would be in a lot of trouble, and the middle class would never be the same again.

jomami
by New Member on Oct. 3, 2012 at 4:31 PM

I've heard YOU people mention it.... and obsess about it.

Quoting ninastone:

You know, in my personal expirience, I have only ever heard Obama supporters mention the color of his skin. I think it is you people who can't get over it.


Quoting tpickle:

Well, I doubt if Obama can have a fair shot tonight, this country is still so divided and thats the way the Republicans like it.  The 47% comments proves that.   Republicans are sighting Reagan over and over again, claiming he won the election because of his debate success.  Hope is running high for Romney, they expect a miracle and they just may  think they see one tonight (II see a smart Romney).   Obama is healing the economy already, but people just can't see past the color of his skin.  I just hope there are a majority of Americans voting who can understand the truth.  I hope!


 

somuchlove4U
by on Oct. 3, 2012 at 4:32 PM

It's streaming on youtube, so I will be able to watch it tonight!!! Looking forward to these debates. 

jomami
by New Member on Oct. 3, 2012 at 4:37 PM
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George Bush and the republicans caused all of those problems!  Obama has been trying to clean up their mess! 

We need Obama to continue getting this country on the right track - back to a balanced budget, jobs for Americans, good relations with other countries... Romney won't be able to do these things - he'll only make them worse and lose the ground that Obama has made over the past 4 years.

AMERICA NEEDS OBAMA!!

Quoting Billiejeens:

 

Quoting mamabirdtx:

Just curious about what President Obama has done that would define his term as disastrous? And how should it have been done differently.

I don't know how in depth, I should go.

We have the highest unemployment rate since the Great Depression.

We have the lowest labor participation rate since the Great Depression.

The largest Tax increase in the nations history is set to occur on January 1st.

More people are in need of food stamps and other Government assistance than anytime in history.

Obama has cut 716 Billion out of Medicare to pay for the medical system he forced upon the country.

To accomplish this he has added 6 trillion in debt during his term.

He has spent billions in Taxpayer money on stimulus packages to foreign companies and companies that went bankrupt.
 

That is just the economic side, throw in the numerous scandals. foreign policy that his own State Department is at odds with,  and it seems pretty clear.


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