And now, your turn. Who do you think won tonight’s debate? Catch up over this-a-way.
I think Mitt Romney is a good man… but when he said, behind closed doors, that 47% of American wouldn’t take responsibility for their lives? Think about who that is… when my grandfather came home from World War 2, and got the GI Bill, that wasn’t a handout.President Obama, closing out the debate tonight with his take on Mitt Romney’s 47% remarks.
China’s been cheating over the years, number one by manipulating their currency, number two by stealing our intellectual property.Mitt Romney, calling out China on currency manipulation. If you had ‘cheating China’ in your Mitt Romney debate drinking game, raise a toast!
…I don’t think that weapons made for battle in military theaters should be on our streets.President Obama, answering an unexpected but very welcome question on gun control. Mitt Romney responded that he didn’t favor new laws regarding guns, but rather wanted to see a restoration of the family unit and social values, then pivoting to criticism of the ATF’s Fast and Furious operation.
She works for me. I’m the president. And I’m always responsible.President Obama, taking responsibility for attacks in Benghazi that killed US Ambassador Chris Stevens. Mitt Romney attacked him quite staunchly over the incident, and the lack of additional requested security at the embassy. Over the past couple days, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had accepted responsibility for it, but tonight Obama said the buck stopped at him. Romney’s reaction immediately afterwards seemed unsteady – it seems plausible that he didn’t expect this answer, and it threw him pretty badly off his planned course.
I did not say that the Arizona law was a model for the nation… I said eVerify was a model for the nation.Mitt Romney, backpedaling from a GOP primary debate in which he cited Arizona’s controversial SB 1070 law, which allows law enforcement officers to check the immigration statuses of people they suspect of having entered the country illegally, as a “model for the nation.”