More Media Bias … Obama Gets More Time in the Debate: Obama got 44:04, Romney got 40:50

 

Yet another shocker from the liberal CNN moderator, Barack Obama provided more time to talk lie during the debate as opposed to Mitt Romney. In the end Obama was allowed to talk for 44:04 minutes of speaking time, while Romney got 40:50.

Amid persistent complaints and interruptions from both candidates, President Obama ultimately got more than three extra minutes of speaking time than Mitt Romney during Tuesday’s debate.

According to CNN’s timekeeping, Obama got 44:04 minutes of speaking time, while Romney got 40:50.

When are Republicans going to demand that a Fox News anchor be allowed to moderate vs. always having to deal with these liberal, MSM hacks?



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    One Response to “More Media Bias … Obama Gets More Time in the Debate: Obama got 44:04, Romney got 40:50”

    1. muffler on October 17th, 2012 6:54 am

      So let’s get this straight… Obama over a course of 84.54 minutes got 5% more time… You have got to be kidding right? That is 2 seconds per minute of debate.
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      SM: Nice try. Obama basically got 4 more minutes during the debate which means that when the answers were supposed to be two minutes in response … he was given the equivalent of answering two extra questions.

      Yes, that is big.

      Let alone that Romney had to battle Obama and a suck up Obama moderator.
      R

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