May 20, 2018
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Comments for: Romney holds his own

Fifteen minutes into Wednesday night’s debate here, Mitt Romney politely called the president of the United States a liar. After President Barack Obama accused his GOP rival of seeking to cut taxes on the wealthy — a stock line for the incumbent, and basically accurate —… Read More
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  • Anonymous

    Sorry, but this was not the real Romney.  And his accusation about the President “decimating’ Medicare is false.

  • Anonymous

    The debate showed that when the media couldn’t protect Obama, he couldn’t protect himself. Obama was unable to defend any accusation he made or even his own credentials. John Kerry did a great job prepearing him didn’t he? If anyone even thought this was a close debate must have been watching Big Bird instead. Clint Eastwood’s empty chair would have done better.

  • Anonymous

    Romney did deliver with all the style of a seasoned marketer but much of his rhetorical content was in direct contradiction to earlier expressed convictions and more than a few easily verifiable facts. This was the new Mitt Romney, designed for speed and centrist appeal, without much trace of  recent Far Right excursions. Like a consummate CEO, Mitt’s single-mindedly focused on his most ambitious objective. Intellectual integrity is for losers.

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