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Published: Sunday, Sept. 30 2012 4:08 p.m. MDT

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Gr8Dane
Tremonton, UT

The "breakthrough" moment will come the first tuesday of November when Barack Hussein Obama and Lunch-Bucket Joe Biden are shown the door, and not a moment too soon.

Don't believe the national press corps' spinnin and coordinated lies and cover-ups for their boy, Obama. It's all coordinated and a de facto state-run media.

Really, I question the sanity of the "low information voter" who are swayed by Hope and Change, and more of whatever this is.

WestGranger
West Valley City, Utah

Obama and Mitt are tied nationally and close everywhere else and Mitt is the one who must win the debate easily or else he has lost the election? Strange reasoning. Sound more like an Democratic talking point.

Tornogal
LITTLE ROCK, AR

GR8Dane,

Really. "The national press corps' spinnin and coordinated lies."

So Fox News is in on it too? And Rush Limbaugh?

Every poll--including Fox--is showing Mitt Romney falling farther and farther behind. And it is no wonder. His serial gaffe syndrome is catching up to him, as is his willingness to pander to groups in secret with comments he would never make in public.

justme001
Salt Lake, UT

Romney has already had many breakthrough moment's, to bad none of them were good. I would bet there will be many more during the debates.

Hutterite
American Fork, UT

The debates aren't changing anyone's mind in Utah. And, after the President has been in office for one term, and mitt's been running for the office for, like, years, I question the sanity of anyone who hasn't made up their mind by now.

RanchHand
Huntsville, UT

It's going to be extremely difficult for Romney to do "extraordinarily well" in the debates when all of his talking points are based on lies and he doesn't have a plan. What? Does he expect that President Obama isn't going to call him on the lies should he use them? Romney's living in a fantasy world. The chair he'll be debating won't be empty.

LDS Liberal
Farmington, UT

Paul Ryan?

Who's he?

He sort of dropped completely off the radar after the Republican National Convention, and his "Pants on Fire" speech hurt the GOP ticket.

But go ahead Gr8Dane,
Keep listening to Rush Limbaugh.

I have to LOL,
Putting the DN into the State Contolled Liberal Media bucket, just tells me how far out in uber-far-right-wing field you really are.

FT
salt lake city, UT

Any of you lib's want to bet $10,000 bucks Mitt will win the debate?

LValfre
CHICAGO, IL

@Gr8Dane

"Really, I question the sanity of the "low information voter" who are swayed by Hope and Change, and more of whatever this is."

Kind of like the low-information converter swayed by burnin in the bossom but no real information gathering?

Have you gathered all the information on Romney or do you avoid the 'anti-Romney' literature you see around?

I'm not for Obama but your statement just stinks.

LDS Liberal
Farmington, UT

FT
Any of you lib's want to bet $10,000 bucks?

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1. I’m LDS and choose not to bet – ironically it’s conservatives who take away that freedom.

2. I’d like to see Mitt win the debate. He’ll still lose the election by a landslide [currently 347 vs. 191 – 270 needed to win], it would be nice to see him save what face he has left.

3. I’ve been waiting for months to hear Mitt Romney’s plan – in detail. His campaign of “I’m not Obama” is costing him the easiest election in modern history.

4. Believe it or not – I LIKED Governor Romney [5 years ago]. A Moderate, Centrist, Rockefeller NorthEastern Republican. That was before the Tea-Party created their own mixed-mashed political Frankenstein monster only they could love.

5. I also believe this explains why Mitt looks so fake. He’s a good Mormon, and a lousy liar. He should have stayed true to himself, his ideals, and win or loose shown some integrity.

He sold his soul to the radical right, now he's stuck.

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