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Subject: Re: Debate was a bit of a snoozer Date: 10/17/2012 9:42 PM
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Not in a debate. Both men are equal.
I don't know. I particularly didn't like his comment on the first debate like "you can have a house, an airplane...".

To me it felt he was saying "you cannot be a president, yet you are, so you can get to be in white house, and use airforce one... but I am not going to treat you as a president".

Listen, I can understand that from Rush L, Sean H but not from Romney.

There were at least 3 occassions where he directly confronted President, not just looking at his side, but taking a step towards him. That was bit bizarre.

Sometimes, I am really split on this about Romney. You see his great family life, a life long charitable contributions, etc.

Yet, you also see a man who somehow makes comments like '47%" or other things. Is this the campaign makes a person commit such mistakes, just aberration or a window to his true self.

I don't know. You can argue about so many things that are wrong with Bush, but you cannot imagine Bush ever making such a comment. It is just not in his nature. I would not say that about Dick Cheney though.
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