Poll: Who Do You Think Won The Final Debate?

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  1. Newest poll: Obama 63%, Romney 47%

    Capitalism failed. We are going 100% communist and we will prosper.

    Tax all income over 60k at 100%
    Nationalize housing and banks
    Free education, food and health care for all.
    Eliminate Israel
    Free Palestine

  2. Obama came off sounding much better, you might disagree with the substance and his honesty but unfortunately most people don’t think that deep. (as he won his first term and will win his second)

  3. obama made sure to avoide every time romney brought up his treatment of israel or his refusal to ever visit ..He had no answer becasue the truth is he hates israel

  4. @shmuel tzvi b.
    i am an undecided voter that is leaning towards romeny – but i am also a realist and cant stand the hatred and misinformation being thrown around by both campiagns, both parties, and each of their supporters. I have no problem with people who publicly and vocally support their positions and candidates – but dont,t just throw out rhetoric and partisan statements that are misleading or out of context.
    you bash obama for not visiting israel – take a look at history
    The State Department historian’s office maintains a list of presidential foreign travels, so we can quickly see which presidents have visited Israel — and when. Here’s the list since Israel’s founding:
    Harry Truman: no visit
    Dwight Eisenhower: no visit
    John Kennedy: no visit
    Lyndon Johnson: no visit
    Richard Nixon: sixth year of presidency
    Gerald Ford: no visit
    Jimmy Carter: third year of presidency
    Ronald Reagan: no visit
    George H.W. Bush: no visit
    Bill Clinton: 4 visits—in the second, third, fourth and sixth years of his presidency
    George W. Bush: 2 visits—in the eighth year of his presidency

  5. Romney sounded very much like Reagan. In fact, this entire election looks so eerily similar to 1980 Carter/Reagan.

    Rabbosai, go back and watch the debate between Reagan and Carter in 1980, and you’ll understand how Romney battered Obama last night.

  6. I am scared stiff for our country and israel. and there is something we can do. I am sure many readers on this site have relatives in Cleveland. CALL THEM AND TELL THEM TO VOTE!! EVERY VOTE MAKES A DIFFERENCE.

  7. You can’t base your vote solely on Obama’s comments, or lack there of, regarding Israel. There’s a bigger picture is Obama has this country’s interest and its people in his best interest.

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