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Cronus Protagonist Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Oct-07-12 07:46 PM
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Obama's now the underdog... can he still steal victory against the powerful debater, Mittens??
Donations have already increased. The Democratic base are getting fired up. Complacency, which is really (IMHO) the only thing that could spell Obama's ultimate defeat, will no longer be an issue. I'm liking the reaction so far, mainly because Obama won on substance, honesty, sincerity and most important, he also won on likeability. And the social media says Mittens is a liar.

Mittens has peaked too early, and it was not a very high peak too. America loves an underdog, Obama, coming in against the odds to win story. Obama, you betcha!

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Enthusiast Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-08-12 06:58 AM
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1. The President's losing debate performance will
Edited on Mon Oct-08-12 06:59 AM by Enthusiast
put Romney closer in the polls allowing the GOP to steal the election.
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No Elephants Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-08-12 07:08 AM
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2. Polls so far certainly do not reflect any win for him
He could have widened his lead in swing states. Instead, I think he slid back into the margin of error in some of the swing states.

But, only one poll counts. November 6.

I don't think he's become an underdog, either. He's an incumbent President who, up to the debate, had a campaign that had not made any major error.

Biden is a good debater and I hope he will start the comeback, now that he is prepared for Ryan to lie about everything Romney and he have said so far--little as that has been.

And Obama will do better in the next two debates.

It was a lost opportunity, though. Seventy million viewers.
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