Obama vs. Romney: Who Won the Final Debate?

Tells us in the comments section below why President Obama or Gov. Romney is best to lead the country for the next four years.


President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney faced off for the final time before thr Nov. 6 election Monday night, each trying to make a positive last impression.

With polls showing the race almost even heading in to the debate, a win Monday could propel either candidate to the White House. A loss, on the other hand, could potentially derail a campaign in the final weeks. 

So how did Obama and Romney do Monday night? Did either candidate win your vote? Who ultimately won the debate? Let us know in the comments section below.

Susan October 23, 2012 at 01:29 PM
Obama won, hands down. He had a command of the facts and issues. Romney was weak and ill informed...actually scary how little he knew except for reciting his notes. He showed a lack of leadership.
Susan October 23, 2012 at 01:33 PM
Your points are well taken. I too believe that Obama is well respected internationally and is considered a great leader and representitive of our country. Let's hope that the majority of Americans have the intelligence to understand that. Romney made a mockery of himself when in London at the Olympics and the Brits were all over him for it.
Thomas October 23, 2012 at 01:34 PM
Obama ! Come on people did you really expect to have the mess GW left us in cleaned up in 4 years ? Four more years. Vote Obama.
marina peterson October 23, 2012 at 03:48 PM
Romney was the overall winner in my eyes. He appeared presidential where Obama looked like a petulant little boy trying to throw barbs in whenever he could. Obama was unable to paint Romney as a warmonger as he had hoped. Obama was wrong on several point (I won't call it a lie) Obama seemed to be trying to pick a fight and he came off as immature. Romney came off as a measured, thoughtful man who had a total understanding of our foreign policy situation. To his credit, he did not add to the President's embarrassment over Libya. the President looked especially artificial when he kept talking about "our dear friend Israel", when he has decidedly put a huge divide in the relationship.
mark wholey October 24, 2012 at 06:10 PM
Marina, I am glad you listened to the debate and take the time to comment and share your views. Do you think Romney can add 12 million jobs to our economy? Or that another war in the mid east is wise? Or that we pay more percentage in taxes than a millionaire? Romney says anything depending on whose vote he is aiming for at the moment? It seems he has yours. But if someone was smirking at you when you were talking would you stand for it? Obama added a little humor so c'mon. We have all faced that condensing smile in our lives and you know it means they pity us. That we are so pathetically beneath them that they suffer just to have to be in our presence. Obama inherited the Republican disaster and has turned it around in spite of Republican solid block of resistance. I think the next four will show that the team can work together and we will continue our road to a healthy America.


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