Hot Figure Toys 11" Japan Anime Sexy Doll Keumaya Final Hyper Nurse Commander Erika Naked PVC Sailo

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Sit down Mr President! Romney orders rival to take his seat amid angry clashes as Obama fights for his political life in fiery debate


Sit back down! Both candidates were clearly in fighting mood

A bristling Barack Obama went on the attack in the second presidential debate, but his rival Mitt Romney gave no ground as the two men clashed again and again amid angry and at times electric exchanges.
Clearly coming with a different game plan after his lacklustre performance in Denver, Obama assailed Romney on his tax rate, his tax plan, his stance on the auto bailout and his plans to stand up to China.
‘Governor Romney says he's got a five point plan? Governor Romney doesn't have a five-point plan, he's got a one-point plan,’ Obama said. ‘To make sure that the folks at the top play by a separate set of rules.’

Anger: Obama repeatedly accused Romney of twisting the truth and even telling lies

But Romney, who was declared the overwhelming winner in Denver a fortnight ago, was determined not to cede any point, interrupting Obama and even arguing with moderator Candy Crowley about the debate rules. ‘You'll get your chance in a moment, I'm still speaking,’ he scolded Obama at one point as the President stood up.
The pair even appeared physically aggressive, taking advantage of the lack of any obstacles between them to go almost toe-to-toe as they angrily gestured and showed their passion through their body language.

Meeting: Mitt Romney and Barack Obama during the second presidential debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York

Obama accused Romney of being unable to detail his economic plans, saying the spending plan lacked 'any specifics beyond Big Bird and eliminating funding for Planned Parenthood.'
But the former governor of Massachusetts ridiculed this suggestion, as he said: 'I know how to balance budgets - I've been doing it my whole life.' He also appeared insulted about a question from Crowley on what would happen if his budget plans 'didn't add up', insisting that this scenario was unthinkable.

Pointing fingers: The two candidates had repeated attacks on each others' records and rhetoric

The two argued about how their policies would affect women - Obama talked about the Lilly Ledbetter act, which makes it easier for female workers to sue over discriminatory employment policies.
But Romney countered by referring to his record as governor, saying he had made great efforts to appoint female cabinet members and talking about 'binders full of women' which he used to ensure gender equality in government.

Aggression: Romney had harsh words for the incumbent all night

Romney was asked how he planned to distinguish himself from the last Republican President, George W. Bush, and pointed to his commitment to balance the budget and achieve energy independence for North America.
He also added, 'I will be tough on China' - but Obama, pointing to Romney's private-equity career, said he had invested in companies 'which are pioneers of outsourcing to China.'
The President also claimed his opponent would imitate Bush's economic policies, which he repeatedly claims were responsible for the economic crisis.

Introduction: The candidates wave at the audience in the town hall debate

One questioner said he had supported Obama in 2008, but found it hard to justify voting to re-elect the President. Obama insisted: 'The commitments I've made, I've kept. Those that I haven't been able to keep, it's not for lack of trying.'
But Romney countered: 'I think you know better. I think you know the last four years haven't been so good as the President described.'

Fight: The two candidates clashed angrily at the beginning of the evening

The pair clashed over their respective investments, after Obama accused Romney of having plowed money into Chinese company and outsourcing firms.
The GOP candidate asked, 'Mr Obama, have you looked at your pension?', to which the President replied: 'I don't look at my pension, it's not as big as yours.'
But Romney claimed that Obama had also invested in Chinese firms and companies controlled from offshore tax havens.

At cross purposes: Both candidates were trying to talk over each other as they refused to back down

The President made another U-turn over the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi which killed ambassador Chris Stevens and three others, as he admitted he was ultimately responsible for all security issues.
On Monday night, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said that she took responsibility for the failures of intelligence and security which allowed the raid to take place - but during the debate Obama said, 'Secretary Clinton has done an extraordinary job, but she works for me.'
However, he angrily denied that there had been any sort of cover-up over the tragedy, saying: 'The suggestion that anyone on my team would play politics when we lost four of our own is offensive.'
He also emphasised his own role as commander in chief as he pointed out: 'I'm the one who has to greet those coffins when they come home.'
And Crowley was dragged into the argument when she told Romney he was mistaken in saying that Obama did not admit the attack was the work of terrorists until two weeks later, which the President adding, 'Candy, could you say that a little louder?'
That tense moment saw the audience burst into a round of applause - despite rules meant to restrict any displays of partisanship from the crowd.

Passion: Both sides showed more energy than in the first debate in Denver two weeks ago

Romney accused Obama of relying on government to reduce unemployment, and repeated: 'Government does not create jobs.'
But the President denied that accusation, saying, 'I believe in risk takers being rewarded... but I believe that everyone should have a fair shot.'
And he also took the opportunity to go after Romney for his notorious comments describing 47 per cent of Americans as 'victims' who are dependent on government, arguing that it showed the candidate as out of touch with the U.S. public.

Excited: Ann Romney sits down with her son in the debate audience

Ditto: Michelle Obama was wearing a similar shade of hot pink to Mrs Romney

source: dailymail

Twitter Delicious Facebook Digg Stumbleupon Favorites More

Design by Free WordPress Themes | Bloggerized by Lasantha - Premium Blogger Themes | Grants For Single Moms