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    Posted October 3, 2012 by
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    Final presidential debate: Unanswered questions

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    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     Conservative iReporter KCRep of Fullerton, California, says nothing could have made the debate better. 'In my eyes, it was so perfect. I was looking forward to this for so long. I had no idea that this would be so good,' she said. 'Every single time he was asked a question, he didn't pause, he blurted it out like he was supposed to. He was just strong. It's not that he won, it's more that Obama lost, to tell you the truth.'
    - zdan, CNN iReport producer

    Mitt Romney and President Obama had their first debate. Romney was strong and solid, answering the questions with conviction and knowledge. On the other hand President Obama, was not strong and seemed to me to be on the defensive during the entire debate. He also was given four more min. than Romney to speak.

    Romney smiled the entire time while most of the time Obama was looking down and sometimes doing that frowning thing he does when he is upset.

    Obama and Romney were cordial to each other at the end. Obama and Michelle spent a few min. on stage after the debate with the Romney family then the Obama's left the stage first. The crowd cheered the Romney's before they left the stage.

    Bravo Mitt!!!!
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