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Published: Saturday, Oct. 13 2012 2:24 p.m. MDT

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ute alumni
Tengoku, UT

how does obama prepare for the debate when he has no plans? What is he going to talk about? Lybis? $16 T debt four trillion dollar deficets in a row, fast and furious? only a lib could pull his off.

worf
Mcallen, TX

Obama will learn to smirk and laugh like his VP.

Mad Hatter
Provo, UT

ute alumni Tengoku, UT

It's easy to avoid facts in developing an argument. "Lybis" (sic) is not a viable Republican talking point. Congressman Darrell Issa's committee really made a mess of things trying to politicize the event. And you forget that much of the "deficet" (sic) spending came with two unfunded wars, a unfunded entitlement, and a massive unfunded tax decrease. I'm surprised you don't bring up Solyndra, Obama's birth certificate, and Obama ties to terrorism!

As for Romney, we will see how he deals with Paul Ryan's more hard-line position on abortion rights for women, the fuzzy math on the 30% across the board tax reduction while keeping Social Security, Medicare and the home mortgage deduction intact (in addition to eliminating the tax on investment income and inheritance).

Romney's foreign policy knowledge is guided by the NeoCons from the Bush administration. For someone who never served in the military, who knows nothing about war and death, he certainly has the chutzpah to push for military intervention in Syria and bombing Iran. This is a man who rejects diplomacy because it is what the Obama administration is already doing.

WHAT NOW?
Saint George, UT

@Mad Hatter

I respectively must disagree with you.

I find byu alum to be a constant source of never ending thoughtful comments.

I find it very telling that no matter what position she takes, as long as it is filled with thoughtful comments regarding The President of The United States of America, DN moderators never fail to accept those comments.

All DN readers should be so lucky.

Rifleman
Salt Lake City, Utah

The good news for Obama in the 2nd debate is that he can't do any worse. The Democrats will consider him the winner if he only manages to stay awake.

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