Desperate Obama interrupts, hurls one-liners, petty attacks
In their final campaign debate before the election, Mitt Romney succinctly and calmly responded to Barack Obama’s criticism of him on the evening’s topic of foreign policy. In a line that sounded rehearsed and tinny, Obama accused him of “wrong and reckless leadership that is all over the map.”
Romney’s concise response inspired trust and exuded leadership. “Attacking me is not an agenda” for dealing with a dangerous world, he said.
America deserves better than Obama’s practiced sound bites and the failed policies of the last four years. Our country is in economic shambles. Mitt Romney was far more presidential in the debate than Barack Obama. The man currently holding the job appeared to be the challenger.
“It is essential for a president to show strength from the very beginning,” asserted Romney.