Obama Loses 2nd Debate – Romney Cleans Up Floor With Obama in 2nd Debate – Romney Wins Again

Oct 16, 2012


Obama loses 2nd Presidential Debate

President Obama was more aggressive, but had NO answers and NO substance!

Mitt Romney blasted President Obama on Libya attack. Obama made up excuse or completely changed subject or avoided it altogether when it came to his foreign policy and domestic policy failures. President Obama lies about Libyan attack on embassy and never answered question if he “called embassy attack in Benghazi terrorist attack. Obama’s aggression towards Mitt Romney seemed contrived and overtly angry and was helped by the extreme bias of moderator Candy Crowley.

Obama Loses 2nd Debate Against Romney

Obama tries to win back some women voters by continuing is fake war on women but Mitt Romney calls out Obama on his phony war on women issue.

With more skewed poll numbers that grossly oversample Democrats support receding among the women voters had for seemed to be in President Obama’s favor with thw Democrats fake “war on women.   Tonight’s town hall-style debate with Republican challenger Mitt Romney was another disaster for Barack Obama.

Romney has made steady gains in the polls since pollsters started reporting accurately and his decisive performance during the candidates’ Oct. 3 meeting in Denver, Colo. A USA Today-Gallup survey released Monday showed Obama and Romney tied at 48 percent among women “likely” to vote in battleground states. Those figures echo the results of a Pew poll, published last week, that found Obama had fumbled an 18 point lead, leaving him dead even with Romney at 47 percent.

Candy Crowley Shows Unmitigated Bias in Favor of Obama

 Obama and Governor Romney tangled in the opening moments of this second debate on the economy, taxes and energy – but the president interrupted Gov. Romney or ran to moderator Candy Crowley each time Romney called him out on his failures.

The president was decidedly more aggressive and rude on Tuesday as the debate at Hofstra University in New York got under way.

He Obama Romney Debate Crowley Biasmocked Romney’s five-point economic plan and referenced Romney’s tenure at private equity firm Bain Capital.

“Governor Romney says he’s got a five-point plan. Governor Romney doesn’t have a five-point plan. He has a one-point plan. And that plan is to make sure that folks at the top play by a different set of rules,” Obama said. “That’s been his philosophy in the private sector. That’s been his philosophy as a governor. And that’s been his philosophy as a presidential candidate.”

Romney called Obama’s assessment “way off the mark.”

While Obama said Romney’s policies are “squeezing middle-class families,” the Republican nominee claimed president’s policies were doing the same.

“The president’s policies have been exercised over the last four years, and they haven’t put Americans back to work,” Romney said.

The two candidates frequently interrupted each other, in what was turning out to be a feistier face-off than the first round.

The stakes for Round 2 were high. Since Obama’s lackluster debate debut on Oct. 3, a succession of national and battleground polls has shown Romney gaining and in some cases surpassing Obama.

The most recent evidence was a new national Gallup survey showing Romney leading 50 percent to Obama’s 46 percent among likely voters. The Republican nominee, in other polls, has made gains among one of Obama’s core constituencies – female voters – and the president will no doubt use the spotlight Tuesday to try and win them back.

The town hall-style format at the debate in Hempstead, N.Y., allows for a 90-minute discussion across a range of foreign and domestic issues.

The face-off follows the feisty vice presidential debate last week, where Vice President Biden was decidedly more aggressive than Obama in his opening performance. The vice president, though, also took heat for his demeanor – laughing at and interrupting Republican opponent Paul Ryan repeatedly over the course of their debate.

The final presidential debate will take place Oct. 22 in Boca Raton, Fla.

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