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Friday, 5 October 2012

Barack Obama or Mitt Romney



Obama or Romney?
The electorate will settle on the Denver Debate, American people have the say come the polling day.
I watched the debate with bathed breath, Obama is the President, Romney the Governor and Mr president got a punch, but focused. Obama looked tired troubled nevertheless, the oval office has a lot to bestow for four years battling the recession, War in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Arab spring the Syrian crisis, unemployment this must have taken toll to the man who has, in his leadership brought change from Washington to West Bengal, from New York to Nairobi, Alabama to Aurangabad .A message of hope. He has worked so hard than any other president in recent history .He is a man to deliver America from the troubles and tribulations.
Obama was not relaxed as Romney but that’s what it takes to make a turbulent time in office when republicans votes down your proposal because of partisanship, when the other see the log in your eyes and shot down you plans, he unites and you divide. It is the change that begun in Washington that needs you and me to work for a better world, where education will be for all the poor and rich alike. Affordable healthcare for the poor and no exploitation from health insurance who reap where they have not sown..
He is a good orator, speech maniac but in the Denver debate ,Mitt Romney gave a punch and capitalized on what Obama said ,he bring into play and choose his word carefully but no specifics ion how he will deal with the proposed plans he intend to make in tax cuts and defense only generalization its 8 am here in India and I still have confidence in Barack Obama he can deliver he will make the world a safer place if Republicans and democrats work together a safer America,there would be  no hounding for the tyrants, dictators and the presidents who cling to power till they die in harness ,
Democracy has risen and the world is changing and has altered during the reign of Obama, nevertheless we still have a mile to travel for those with conflicting ideology.