Silent-sigfig wrote:It wasn't that good of a debate.
Yeah this is my ultimate response, and why I straight stopped watching it. Ultimately, it's all talk. Whatever either candidate says is a) going to be vague enough to draw as many of the undecided voters as possible and b) a fucking lie. Neither of them has any clear points, and all of the "hard facts" were completely made up, especially when they were both claiming the other would tax the middle class harder. I guess most of the internet says that Romney "won" the debate, but that's certainly not what I saw. To me, it looked more like he was flailing around trying to grab any shreds of credibility that he could.
I'm not surprised at all that barrack didn't mention the 47% thing - it's the easy move and he honestly doesn't even have to say a thing for everyone in the room to already know about it.
And the whole fucking thing's a clown show.