Who won … and why?

Let’s talk among ourselves.

President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney — the Democratic and Republican nominees, respectively, for the highest office in the land — went after each other Tuesday night in their second debate of this campaign season.

They have one more joint appearance scheduled, in Boca Raton, Fla, next Tuesday. But let’s discuss who won this encounter.

Who do you think won this debate? What were the candidates’ strongest points? Where did they fall short?

What about their demeanor? Their body language? And while we’re at it, how did the moderator of this town hall format debate — CNN correspondent Candy Crowley — comport herself? It’s all open to discussion.

Drop us a comment and compare notes with each other.

Texas Panhandle voters will have one more chance next week to watch these two men joust. It’ll be shown on KACV. Be sure to tune in next Tuesday evening.

But until then, let’s talk about what we’ve just seen.



  1. Steve Myers · · Reply

    In reply to your title…
    Everyone but the American people. Until voters are told the frank truth, with no spin, and when “fact-checkers” have no agenda to fill, then we will get straight answers and can vote for the person and not the rhetoric. Until then, they win, we lose.

  2. Maria DeBrango Stickel · · Reply

    What a great job for you – congrats!
    It was quite a rumble – each trying to outdo the other with an aggressive style that I just don’t find convincing.

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