CNN Poll on debate winner: Ryan 48%, Biden 44%

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  1. Revmitchell

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    But, with a 5% margin of error it's a wash.
     
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    I agree more with the poll that had Ryan winning 48-44. They both did a good job, but Ryan won, but not to the degree that Romney thrashed Obama.
     
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    Great news I feel way more secure now. They can win a debate void of substantive questions but can they save the country?
     
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    Nope. No man is capable of doing that.
     
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    Romney + Ryan = 2 men. They both won debates devoid of substantive questions. That should double our hopes of saving the country. :smilewinkgrin::smilewinkgrin:
     
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    No they cannot. Only the Lord can save a country through the hearts of men and women. Every country has a leader. It is not up to the leader to save a country, but to provide leadership and direction. I will tell you what else does not save a country, conspiracy theories.
     
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    You're right. Socialism suffered no blows in either debate.

    That Romney and Ryan could come out on top with their milquetoast campaign is only a testimony to the emptiness of the Democrats, and the fact that conservative Americans are stirring.

    Another term for Obama may be what it takes before conservative America gets off their butts and changes the congresses at the the federal and state levels.

    I am now an "undecided."
     
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    The fact that Obama could win with the present conditions speaks of the sad state of the Republican ticket. If conservatives do not start right after the election to secure a conservative nominee for the Republican Party, the choice in 2016 is going to be exactly like it is now. You would think people would have learned their lesson from the 2008 election.
     
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    Is it a conspiracy theory that Mitt Romney's foreign policy advisers are the same people who lied us into invading Iraq?

    Is it a conspiracy theory that Mitt Romney's biggest campaign contributors are the same bankers that brought us the economic crash of 2008? Are they not same bankers who took American taxpayer's wealth and gave it to their banker friends overseas?

    These are cold hard facts not conspiracy theories.

    I understand you are conflicted about supporting Romney and I don't blame you but trying to dismiss the obvious as a conspiracy theory is beneath you my friend. I thought that if anyone one here was capable of critical thought it was you.

    Once upon time we agreed that the left vs right paradigm was false.

    Did you not hear with your own ears how Romney plans to provide even more support to Islamic extremists than Obama? Do you now claim that the words that came directly from Romney's lips are a conspiracy theory?

    I have to wonder who's side you are on these days. At one time you seemed to believe in the constitution and the rights of Americans but not so anymore.

    What was it that made you turn to the dark side?
     
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    Thank you very much for the kind remarks. I have no idea what I am talking about. I merely cut and paste.
     
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    I see so now you are one of them. You can do like the rest of the people here and cover your eyes and plug up your ears and claim that the truths you don't want to hear are all conspiracy theories but it doesn't change those truths you used to believe in does it?

    What was it that made you change? Don't worry I really don't expect you to answer my questions. There's no need I already found the answer.

    You just posted this in another thread.

    "That is a blatant falsehood. There are lots of Christian conservatives that cannot bring themselves to support Romney because of former beliefs in abortion, gay rights, and the doctrine of the Mormons concerning Jesus Christ. Those that do vote for him do so despite the above because of the record of Obama."

    Now I know why you are supporting Romney. You don't like Obama's record so you are supporting a man who promises to adopt and expand on Obama's record. Is that what they call sound reasoning today?
     
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    My beliefs are true and convictions strong, but in reality, I do not owe anyone an explanation. Just because you do not agree with my vote for Romney does not mean you have to belittle the few posts I make. I am voting for Romney with full knowledge of his flaws. No one on this board ever expressed enthusiasum about the situation.

    If you will read the other posts I made, I just made one supporting some of your ideas about how we prop up other governments. Just because I do not agree with you on every point, does not make me a traitor.

    I served this country for quite a while, and while I do not want any thank yous as I got paid, I do not appreciate the implications. IMO you are a ranting, raving brat that probably never lifted one finger of service to anything.
     
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    I still honor my oath to the US constitution. I am still defending it against usurpers like Obama and Romney while you make feeble excuses for supporting one of them over another.

    Past service amounts to nothing. Who are you serving now my friend?

    Who are you serving now?
     
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