The Great Debate

The Great DebateIn the Presidential Election of 2012 I am a firm supporter of President Obama. I believe that he truly does want to pursue what the people of the United States want. He has a plan to help us get out of the mess that he was left in after he took over office for former President Bush. On February 5, 2008 President Obama delivered his a quote that I still strongly believe is true, “change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change that we seek”. We can not just hope something miraculous happens and makes everything better we must act on it and make the difference each individual has the power to make. President Obama is doing this through Obamacare, his stand on foreign policies and enemies, and reducing the budget by taxing the people of the United States of America properly.
Through out the first debate Governor Romney was cool and collective and flat out won the debate. Rick Hertzberg states that just as much as Romney won the debate, Obama lost the debate himself. By the end of the debate Romney stated all false things such as the supporter of Wall Street regulations, the enemy of tax cuts being done to the rich, against big banks, and the guardian of the Medicare for this nation. For the health care reform author Alex Koppelman states that President Barrack Obama has the upper hand because the “the policy, the politics, and the truth are on his side”. Koppelman also states that during the debate Obama mentioned a key fact that Romney’s health care plan is knowingly vague. He does not specifically state what his preexisting conditions would be in his plan and exactly what his plan does. During the second debate in New York President Obama stated, “Gov. Romney was a very successful investor. If somebody came to you, governor, with a plan that said, ‘Here, I want to spend $7 [trillion] or $8 trillion and we’re going to pay for it, but we can’t tell you until…

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