From: michael anderson <mianderso...@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 4 Oct 2012 20:42:59 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Thurs, Oct 4 2012 11:42 pm
Subject: advice for both candidates for the next debate....
Romney: he should be more aggressive making statements that may be susceptible to 'fact checking'. I say this because everytime the dems run and whine about how what he is saying isn't true based on what some ridiculous 'fact checking' web site says, they look like tools. Now obviously romney can't say stuff like- "since obama took office 30% of the population has starved to death"....people watching the debate wouldn't believe that. But he definately needs to push the boundaries on statistics related to the economy, job creation, etc a lot....so basically romney needs to be bold, be much more liberal with the truth to make him look better, and continue to be on the offensive.
Obama: Obama needs to understand that he is in a real fight and that people dont think all that highly of him. Him just sleepwalking through a debate isn't what voters who are blah on obama want to see if they are undecided. Obama also needs to be much more bold and agressive in terms of just making statements. Opening up the next debate and saying "if you are a family of four who makes 65k a year then romney's tax plan will cause your family to pay $3100 more in taxes per year". Just put it out there....then go on to even bigger statements about romney. Point out how when he was gov of massachusetts they ran a 1.2 billion dollar shortfall and couldnt balance their budget, mainly because they lowered taxes on the wealthy. I dont have any idea if that is true or not, but nobody who is undecided in this race has any idea either.....
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