Tuesday, October 23, 2012

2012 Presidential Debate: Foreign Policy


Published on Oct 22, 2012 by Massteaparty
Final Presidential Debate 2012
coverage from Lynn University in Boca Raton, FL. of the presidential debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.

Now that both Presidential Candidates have had the chances to explain themselves to the people, it is the people who bear the burden of moving this country forward by choosing the right leader.

Never before, such power of the people has been vividly illustrated in the course of this election 2012. Voice of Vietnamese Americans congratulates all Americans for having actively shaped the decisions of policy makers, not only in the US, but also around the world.

Following both Candidates from the beginning, it is rewarding to see how the American core values shine through actions of President Obama, the Nobel Peace Prize Winner who rallied the international community around him in fighting terrorism, controlling nuclear proliferation, supporting newly born democracy, guiding emerging world powers into civilized engagement, while establishing the principle for Century 21: A level playing field where all have to respect the rule of law.

It is even more rewarding to witness Governor Mitt Romney keeps changing his platform, from the extreme far right, to be more moderate, and at the last debate, the Republican Presidential Candidate was reaching out to the 47% with plans resembling all that Demoratic President Obama has done during the last four years.

So the two candidates share many common ideas about foreign policy. What was the debate about?

It was all about how to feel the pulse of the people and how to boast about it, to gain the votes.

Governor Mitt Romney has performed well as an actor proving himself on a larger stage, saying other people's lines as ideas coming from within himself.

President Obama has immersed himself with grassroots crisis and global challenges for years. This debate probably was the first time he had the real chance to slow down and let the public peak into his cool demeanor to find intense pressure\ in a presidential decision making process.

Americans are proud to have a President like Barack Obama, who is 100% with the people, for the people, and is the people.

Americans deserve to have a President well respected by 77% of all international citizens, as noted by the Economist magazine.

Let's move forward.



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