Are You Ready for Some Presidential Debates … Presidential/VP Debate Formats Announced for 2012
The 2012 Presidential/VP debates have been announced for 2012. It appears that October will be moving month for American decision making as to who they shall vote for in the 2012 Presidential election. All three Presidential debates and the lone VP debate will take place from October 3 through October 22. The moderators will be announce in August, all I am sure will be unbiased.
First presidential debate: October 3, University of Denver, Colorado: Domestic issues, questions selected by moderator.
Vice presidential debate: October 11, Centre College, Danville, Kentucky: Domestic and foreign issues, questions selected by moderator.
Second presidential debate: October 16, Hofstra University, Hampstead, N.Y.: Town-hall meeting format with questions from undecided voters.
Third presidential debate: October 22, Lynn University, Boca Raton, Florida: Foreign issues, questions selected by moderator.
What are the odds that in the first Presidential debate at the University of Denver, Colorado with the number number one, two three and four domestic issues being the economy, unemployment, jobs and Obamacare that the moderator will begin the debate with a self-serving Leftist agenda and ask about gun control following the ‘Dark Night’ movie shooting mass murders in Aurora, CO?
Posted July 26, 2012 by Scared Monkeys
2012 Elections, Barack Obama, Mitt Romney, Obamacare, Obamanation, Obamanomics, Politics, Presidential Election | 3 comments
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Can’t wait to see how Mitt “ken doll” Romney acts when facing an opponent he can’t buy off.
Obama is going to DESTROY him. I can’t wait!
SM: It will depend on whether the liberal media moderator tag teams with Obama against Romney. Sorry, but when you cant tun on any of your accomplishments, its pretty hard to debate them as well.
Yeah, we can expect the moderator to ask Romney about Bain Capital and ask Obama about his favorite golf course. Should anyone ask the REAL questions about jobs, the economy, taxes, and “spreading the wealth”, we’d watch Barry go into a tail spin screaming “fair share” all the way down.
Please help, if you can, to get Gary Johnson (Jim Gray) in the debates. He is the only one who proposes to submit a balanced budget and bring the troops home in 2013.
… The latest news in waste of money and Obama pandering… Obama signs a bill for 70 million dollars to Israel for their missile defense fund. The timing of this as Romney is about to visit Israel.
Is it possible for Scared Monkeys to help with getting Gary’s message out there and giving him a little more press? The Ron Paul revolution will be coming over to Gary’s side, I think, shortly after the RNC. I have been more interested in GJ than any other candidate since May 2011. He is a credible candidate for president, and may even take more votes from Obama than Romney as polls in New Mexico would suggest. Thank you SM for posting my thoughts here. No one thought Jesse Ventura would win in 1998, then 6 weeks before that election he gained momentum, and the debates helped put him over.