Here are my thoughts. The first debate sucked, boring, didn’t understand what they were talking about. Not much else to say.
Second presidential debate was a great improvement on the last. Obama was MUCH better in this debate, however, I still can’t say I’m crazy about either one of them from a political standpoint.
Honestly, I’m not expecting much from either one of them…and I really don’t think it’s necessary to mock one another to make a point. Obama lies and Romney lies. They’re both liars as far as I’m concerned.
Also, I don’t want to hear people being rude and mocking each other while debating. Just state your point, state what you disagree with, why and how your point of view is different. Don’t detract from the topic by nitpicking at your opponents flaws, just tell why you disagree with him.
I wish the bull sh-t would just stop.
Yes, if I had to pick, I would go for Obama. But let’s get this straight, Obama’s not my savior and Romney certainly isn’t my savior.
That’s why I’m registered unaffiliated because people are too focused on party lines instead of doing what is best for the country. If people just voted for who was right for the job maybe we’d actually get somewhere.
I don’t understand why we have to do this bipartisan voting crap, why is it that people always IGNORE the third party candidates no matter how qualified they are? There have been some great third party candidates who have just been brushed aside because society tells us we need to vote along party lines.
It’s pathetic. I am sick and tired of bipartisanship holding this country hostage. The economy came near collapse during the debt ceiling debacle all because of party lines.
I want someone who is unaffiliated in the white house I want someone who is intelligent and who is an average, everyday person who understands what it’s like to be an average Joe or Jane.
I want a liberal-minded teacher to run for President. Just an average, everyday teacher who knows politics, knows history. Maybe if we got a fresh perspective, things would actually start to change.
With all that being said, I will vote for Obama when I cast my absentee ballot, but only because I know that people are going to vote by partisan lines and I would much rather Obama than Romney.