Monday, March 2, 2015

Was there a clear-cut winner in the first presidential debate?

Was there a clear-cut winner in the first presidential debate?
Yes, Mitt Romney came across as more aggressive and focused
No, need more info on Romney's vague proposals and evidence President Obama can win bipartisan deals
Yes, President Obama was more thoughtful and specific about his agenda
No, need to see the other debates before deciding
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