I leave you with the words of my mom, who said ‘Go vote. It makes you feel big and strong.’Bob Schieffer • Painting the end of the debate with the perfect closing statement.
U.S. exports have doubled since I came into office, to China, and currencies are at their most advantageous for exports since 1993.President Obama, dancing the China dance with Mitt Romney. Romney’s “tough on China” rhetoric has been a staple of his campaign to date, as well as his condemnation of copyright infringements originating from China.
It’s widely reported that drones are being used in drone strikes, and I support that entirely.Mitt Romney, answering a question many people wanted to be asked, and many doubted would be. On this issue, however, there’s no illuminating difference between one candidate and the other — both Romney and President Obama (obviously) support the current policy on drone strikes.
Governor, the problem is that on a whole range of issues, whether it’s the Middle East, Afghanistan, now Iran, you’ve been all over the map. i mean, I’m pleased that you’re now endorsing our policy to engage diplomatically… but two years ago, you said that was something you’d never do.President Obama, taking another chance to strike his opponent on his consistency, or lack thereof, on foreign policy rhetoric. Obama has pushed hard on the impression that Romney changes his positions casually, which is true to a large extent. The reason this is an important method for Obama is because of Romney’s tact in this debate — strategically agreeing with Obama on broad policy strokes, but disputing particular decisions and policies with a much narrower focus.
Bob, let me explain. Nothing Governor Romney just said is true. Especially the part about me apologizing… every reporter and fact-checker who’s looked into has said, that’s not true.President Obama, denouncing one of Mitt Romney’s longest running and most durable rhetorical barbs — referring to Obama as having participated in a global “apology tour.”