Post Vice Presidential Debate Analysis 10/11/12 1

By Daniel McKay
Post Vice Presidential Debate Analysis 10/11/12
The debate tonight was nothing short of a good and constructive discussion. Both candidates were passionate and loud. Unlike the first Presidential Debate, no candidate checked out – each put out their points and reached out to the American people. The verdict? It was a tie.. The moderator was much stronger this debate, she dug ...

The Vice Presidential Debate – 10/11/2012

By Princeton Moses G.
The Vice Presidential Debate - 10/11/2012
One can go back decades in the archives of American political history in search of a scenario where a Vice Presidential Debate has altered or influenced the outcome of an election and come out empty-handed. But this time could be different; the stakes perhaps are higher than they’ve ever been, amplified by the President’s peculiar or rather ...

Gov. Romney’s Superb Night At The Debate 1

By Princeton Moses G.
Gov. Romney's Superb Night At The Debate
Gov. Romney won round one of the Presidential Debates: The truth travels a peculiar and often times impediment-ridden road in search for redemption. Last night’s Presidential debate was a culmination of such a journey. The Obama campaign and its Super-PAC have spent millions successfully trying to make Gov. Mitt Romney insufferable to the American people. ...

Obama vs. Romney: Presidential Debate

By Princeton Moses G.
Obama vs. Romney: Presidential Debate
Both Parties are trying to dampen expectations by lavishing praises on the other candidate’s debating skills. This strategy is so uncanny and devoid of subtlety that it highlights the enormity of what’s at stake during this upcoming  Presidential Debate for both President Obama and Gov. Romney. Historically, Presidential Debates aren’t known to sway public opinion or turn ...