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President Obama was much more engaged in the second debate. He found out he might lose the big plane in January. It’s the only one his ego will fit in.
Obama proved he can be a rude loudmouth when his job is on the line.
Obama was himself on Tuesday night. Mitt Romney again made very small points, many of them way out. He must have said “crushed” 1,200 times.
Romney wants to drill for oil everywhere. The oil companies have destroyed North Dakota. On a visit in March, I didn’t see a single antelope or deer where there used to be hundreds. Then again, tomorrow he may not want to drill.
So Romney supports flexible work schedules for women so they can be home in time to make dinner? I’ll bet he won the women’s vote with that one.
Wouldn’t it be great if the debaters’ comments were limited to what they have done and specifically what they will do, with no editorializing about the other guy’s plans? But then it might be a pretty short debate.
When you are in a debate, it helps if you have a friendly moderator to bail you out when you are getting hammered, as Candy Crowley did for Obama.
Why can’t we get a debate moderator who is a moderate? I would like to hear what both men have to say, equally.
Either Charles and David Koch are, or are looking for, John Galt.
Part of America’s economic problem is due to dependency on foreign products. Instead of looking to Africa or China for economic opportunities, wouldn’t Mayor Carl Brewer better serve Wichita by developing homegrown Kansan opportunities?
Downtown won’t work if it caters only to rich white people.
First they came after my porn shops. Then they came after my alcohol, cigarettes, grass clippings and yard signs. Now they are after my FiFi for doing what FiFi does naturally (Oct. 16 Eagle). FiFi says: “Grrrrr!”
The stretch of 29th Street North between Woodlawn and Rock was resurfaced within the past month. This road is now rougher than before. Someone from the city should make sure we are getting what we’re being charged for.