Tue, 23 Oct 2012 6:06p.m.
Barack Obama came ready Monday for a fighting finish, deriding Mitt Romney as reckless and overmatched in world affairs.
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24/10/2012 2:36:59 a.m.
Obama the President of America win the debate fair and square and with the CNN NEWS at hand is all we need where Rommey seemed to weigh up on what said by the President then make up his story
to meet those lines' as an example' of a copycat that relies entirely on another person's story knowing that' that person has the right answer or telling the truth to the question asks.
Thank you CNN NEWS for the broadcasting of this debate worldwide. May God Bless President Obama, bless Rommey for trying, and the civilized people of America, God Bless.
Bless you too Mike.
23/10/2012 10:59:31 p.m.
The president's biggest vulnerability? what Fox news rubbish, if it indeed was his biggest weakness Romney would have kept banging away about it, no his strategists realized that tactic wasn't working this time and decided to stay away from it after the last brusing Romney got over mentioning it.
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