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October 25th, 2012

Gender Gap Gone, Romnesia or Obamaroids?

The latest polling data shows that the gender gap between women supporting Barack Obama and Mitt Romney is all but gone. Months and hundreds of millions of dollars worth of attack ads against Romney, attempting to paint him as a mean, rich man out to deny women abortions and contraceptives are now all for naught. His debate performances have been enough to persuade women voters that Mitt Romney is a nice guy who cares about them. So have voters developed Romnesia, coined by Obama referring to Mitt′s many policy position changes? Or is America suffering from Obamaroids, coined by the Great One, Mark Levin, referring to the pain in the butt Obama has been to our nation for the last 4 years?

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October 23rd, 2012

Who Won The Last Presidential Debate? (Full Video)

So who won the third and final presidential debate last night at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida? Mitt Romney certainly edged out Barack Obama during the 90-minute battle over foreign policy. Obama got no real help from Bob Schieffer, the moderator, unlike in earlier debates. He attacked Romney as not being ready to be Commander in Chief several times, but the arguments did not score. Romney achieved what he needed to do. First, to end any propaganda about him being a war monger, ready to bomb Iran on Day One of his administration. Mitt skillfully disarmed Obama twice, beginning with Romney′s best line of the night, ″We cannot kill our way out of this mess.″ This nullified Obama′s spiking the ball about killing Osama bin Laden and other Al Qaeda leaders. Romney also parried well accusing Obama of using personal attacks to cover his lack of an agenda for the next four years. Now we shall see how this impacts the upcoming presidential polls for the remaining two weeks.

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October 23rd, 2012

Who Won the Foreign Policy Debate – Romney or Obama? Odds for the Presidential Election

As many people witnessed, last night a foreign policy debate was conducted between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. Who won this debate, if anyone? Let’s look at the numbers from the debate and from this morning; then, we’ll try to figure out what these numbers can tell us about the election, which is now only 2 weeks away.

As always, we’ll show the numbers from right before the debate, right after the debate, and from this morning. The results show a lot about what bettors are thinking.

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October 22nd, 2012

Who will win Obama – Romney Debate in Florida?

Who will win the foreign policy debate Monday night between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney in Boca Raton, Florida at Lynn University? The ′all important′ third debate will be the last time these two presidential candidates will face each other before the election on November 6, just 15 days away. CBS veteran anchorman, Bob Schieffer, will be the moderator. While most of the recent presidential polls show the race being nearly dead-even, there is no doubt that the Romney campaign still has momentum and the trend on their side. For Obama, months of spending hundreds of millions of dollars in efforts to trash and belittle Mitt Romney have failed utterly, much like every other enterprise he has attempted. Talk of an ′October Surprise′ from Team Obama could be anything at this point, including a deal to hold nuke talks with Iran, a story leaked by the Obama campaign newsletter, the New York Times.

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October 17th, 2012

Who Won the Town Hall Debate? Odds for the 2012 Presidential Election (October 17, 2012)

Last night’s Town Hall debate between Romney and Obama was one of the more confrontational discussions that can be remembered in a Presidential general election campaign. The two contenders circled each other for much of the time, both literally and figuratively, trying to get the opponent to back down. After 90 or so minutes of this exercise, which of them came out on top?

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October 17th, 2012

Don Imus Explodes on Lis Wiehl over Presidential Debate

The full fury of Don Imus exploded on Lis Wiehl this morning as the ′Blonde-on-Blonde′ segment discussed the presidential debate last night between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. The first few seconds were calm as Deidre Imus, Don′s wife, said she thought Romney won and Wiehl said she thought Obama won. But then Wiehl added that she was offended when Romney used the phrase ‘binders full of women’ during his answer concerning equality in the workplace. This prompted Don Imus to erupt in a flurry of obscenities, which, fortunately, the radio and TV producers caught in time and censored. What Lis thought Romney meant by this phrase and why she thought it was so offensive is not known as the rest of the 12-minute segment was more ranting from the I-Man about Liberals and political correctness being taken too far. Did Lis think Romney was talking about using slavers to find women to serve in his administration when governor of Massachusetts?

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October 16th, 2012

Watch 2nd Obama Romney Debate: Live Feed of Presidential Debate!

Updated. Live stream of the 2nd presidential debate is embedded at the bottom.

The campaign season continues on Tuesday, October 16th as the second Obama Romney debate kicks off on live television, moderated by liberal Democrat TV personality Candy Crowley of CNN. You can watch the 2nd 2012 presidential debate on a live feed internet video right here while we cheer on our favorite candidate. The fun begins at 6pm PT or 9pm ET for the east coasters, and will continue after the debate for the all-important analysis of who won the debate and who lost it.


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October 16th, 2012

Tonight’s Town Hall Debate Will Be the Most Important Event of the Campaign

Tonight we will get to see the two Presidential candidates compete in the town hall debate. The first debate between Obama and Romney began a degeneration in the incumbent’s lead that still hasn’t stopped. Now, Obama’s victory seems to be dependent upon his lead in the Rust Belt states. Since the last debate is supposed to be about foreign policy, I assume Mitt will tie each question to Benghazi and Obama will answer each question that he killed OBL. Most people will turn it off after ten minutes unless they have run out of Ambien. So, what do the candidates need to do tonight and how likely are they to accomplish their goals?

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