Wednesday, October 17, 2012

"And the suggestion that anybody in my team, whether the Secretary of State, our U.N. Ambassador, anybody on my team would play politics or mislead when we've lost four of our own, governor, is offensive. That's not what we do. That's not what I do as president, that's not what I do as Commander in Chief." -- President Obama

The president's quote is from Presidential debate transcript, questions, Oct. 16, 2012 (text, video).

Mr. Romney, when there's an American tragedy like what happened recently in Libya where an American ambassador was murdered by terrorists, patriotic Americans stand behind their president, no matter what political party the president belongs to, and no matter what mistakes were made. This has always been a tradition in America. When we are attacked we are a united nation and we support our president no matter what.

But you, Mr. Romney, decided to become a professional nitpicker at your 2nd debate with President Obama last night. Instead of supporting our president when he is doing everything possible to hunt down the terrorists who were responsible for this atrocity, you decided to attack our president. Just because you want his job is no excuse.

Mr. Romney, I suppose by now you realize you lost the part of the debate when the subject was Libya. I hoped you learned something from this experience.

Since I'm an economic conservative who plans to vote for you, Mr. Romney, I hope you didn't screw everything up with your nitpicking. I hope somehow you win the election but if I was betting on it I would bet on Obama to win. You have to win Ohio, Mr. Romney. Before last night's debate the polls showed you were losing in Ohio and I doubt that will change at all before the election.

It's too bad. You have some great ideas to fix our broken economy, Mr. Romney. But perhaps defeating Mr. Obama would have been impossible for anyone. Obama is not only loved by millions of Americans, he is worshiped like a god. For example at the debate I noticed a young woman who had asked a question. When President Obama gave his reply, I could see the love she had for him in her eyes. This is one of many reasons why I think Obama is almost certain to win on November 6th.

YouTube videos of all the 2012 debates, including last night's debate, can be found at Who will win the 2012 election for President of the United States? Let's do the math.

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