Who Won The Second 2012 United States Presidential Debate?
Who won the second 2012 United States Presidential Debate? It depends on who you talk to about who won the second 2012 United States Presidential Debate. After the second 2012 United States Presidential Debate, a poll indicated that 37% of undecided voters concluded that the President won the debate. Additionally, the Democrats appear to be very pleased with President Barack Obama’s performance at the second 2012 United States Presidential Debate.
At the Presidential Debate, the President provided very detailed responses to the questions posed by members of the audience. Further, in his responses, President Obama highlighted: 1) the domestic and foreign policy accomplishments; and 2) his vision for his second term in the White House. Some argue that at the debate President Obama issued several knock down blows to his contender Governor Mitt Romney. With that said, they argue that Romney looked stunned and off balance at the second 2012 United States Presidential Debate.
On November 6, 2012, Americans will go to the polls to determine the future course of this nation for the next 50 years. The next president will more likely than not select three US Supreme Court Justices. Further, the outcome of the 2012 Presidential Race will determine whether or not we will continue to move forward on the road to recovery or will we return to the failed policies of the past.
The road to America’s recovery proposed by the two presidential candidates, the current US President, Barack Obama, and his opponent, Mitt Romney, have never been starker. The Obama/Biden ticket seeks continued forward movement on a course of action which benefits the nation as a whole where the Romney/Ryan ticket wants to return our nation to failed policies which only benefit the 1% and serve to cause great harm to 99% of the electorate. Lest we forget, “Trickle Down” economics failed miserably under Reagan and Bush as best demonstrated by the economic collapse. The definition of insanity is repeating the same behavior and hoping for a different outcome. With that said, say no to trickle-down economics once and for all.
There are twenty (20) days until the 2012 Presidential Election. Early voting has started. Take action that can and will change the future. On or before November 6, 2012, seize the opportunity to cast your vote for the next President of the United States.
As was aptly stated by President Johnson when discussing the Voting Rights Act of 1965, “The vote is the most powerful instrument ever devised by man for breaking down injustice and destroying the terrible walls which imprison men because they are different from other men.”
Each election day, countless eligible voters deprive themselves of their voting right through complacency or apathy. Don’t be among them—exercise your right to vote. Your vote can be decisive, stand up, speak out, be heard— vote!
Source: CBS News. Wikipedia
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