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Patch Opens Social Networks For Debate Discussion

Some comments and opinions from the Sachem community about the Obama-Romney debate at Hofstra.

Last night Patches all over Long Island, including Sachem Patch, monitored the presidential debate between President Obama and Governor Mitt Romney. At Sachem Patch we threw up a series of questions during the debate, and closed by asking for an overall impression of how each candidate did. Below are some samples of what the Sachem community felt about round two of the presidential square-off:

From Rose Marie: "Obama was better than the last debate but I do feel Romney still came out ahead."

From Liz Chechanover Ragusa: "Obama totally nailed it. And if you think Romney's facts impressed you - please fact check them. Just because he said it tonight doesn't make it true."

From Colleen Rach-Prunty: "Romney won! Obama came out swinging but missed his opponent by saying nothing yet again!"

From Tyler Piazza: "Barack Obama won this debate and he will, once again, be elected President come November."

From Michael Ditta: "Even with Candy's media bias assisting Obama throughout...Romney wins...most conservative know more about the progressive ideology than those liberal drones that vote for it..."

From John Passalacqua: "Really who cares we lose both ways wake up america."

From Susan Josephson Grekin: "I'm willing to wager that 75% of the people that call POTUS a "Socialist"do not even know the meaning of the word."

From Allison Marie: "Romney all the way not a blow out but definitely Romney!!!"

If you haven't had a chance to weigh in, this is it! Tell us what you think about the debate. Who won? How did each candidate come across? Let us know in the comments down below.

marlo86 October 20, 2012 at 05:40 PM
Romney won....Obama did noting but lie as usual...about the Arizona law and his comments in the Rose Garden on 9/12 about Libya and whether it was terrorism...he and his band of incompetents were still blaming the video two weeks later..

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