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Forum Post: Certain Topics Are Not "On the Table" for Most Candidates

Posted 2 years ago on Jan. 31, 2012, 6:06 p.m. EST by asauti (-113) from Port Orchard, WA
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How would a debate between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama be different than a debate between Ron Paul and Barack Obama?

The things Mitt Romney would debate Barack Obama on:

  1. Mitt Romney would debate whether the Federal Reserve should bring back Alan Greenspan as Chairman and Barack Obama would say Ben Bernanke is "doing a good job". Both would fail to ask if an institution with that much power in the ability to print our money should ever be taken a closer look at.

  2. Mitt Romney would debate whether we should send 200,000 troops to attack Iran and Obama would say "maybe we should just send $100,000 troops and a few talented assassins to kill their scientists". Both would fail to wonder if maybe Iran is developing nuclear energy just so the country will be more able to power their homes, like many of the other countries of the world already do.

  3. Mitt Romney would debate that drugs are evil and that he never inhaled marijuana. Barack Obama would put down his cigarette to admit that he inhaled, but also say "I got rid of my evil ways and can therefore now head up 'The War on Drugs" to punish people for theirs".

  4. Mitt Romney would debate that Federal Income Tax be left at the same levels as the previous "Bush-cuts" and Barack Obama would say "No, the federal government needs to take even more from the people!"