TELL US: Who Won the Presidential Debate: Barack Obama or Mitt Romney?

President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney meet again for their third and final debate in election 2012.

President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney met Monday night at Lynn University in  Boca Raton, Fla. to debate foreign policy.

Many pundits have likened the three debates between Obama and Romney to a series of boxing matches, with Romney winning the first and the Obama squeaking by with a narrow victory in the second. Patch is asking readers to weigh in on the decision for the third.

Tuesday morning, Patch will have flash survey results from Massachusetts political activists and leaders, both Republican and Democratic.

But right now, what about you: what do you think? Who would you say 'won' this third presidential debate? Tell us in the comments sections below.


Menauhant November 02, 2012 at 02:07 AM
The only two contributors to this discussion that have even mentioned race are Salu and J Mac.
Menauhant November 02, 2012 at 02:08 AM
Saul what is the point of this post?
Menauhant November 02, 2012 at 02:09 AM
J Mac if you think Saul has given plenty of facts then you are cut from the same cloth as Saul. Garbage in equals garbage out.
Menauhant November 02, 2012 at 02:10 AM
Read the book it is garbage so what is your point?
OllieD November 02, 2012 at 11:42 AM
J Mac - using Coulter as a "fact" source is one of the funnest comments I have read in a long time. She is nothing but a book machine, producing books the extreme right loves to read and using her personality to push the books on the media. Surprise you didn't use Rush L. as another "fact" source. I wouldn't waste my monies buying one of her books, however if you want to give me one I will read it and comment on it. And a comment for Saul - with Obama having a 20 point lead in the state, I believe it is a "sure" deal that Massachusetts will be going for him. What I find enjoyable is how Senator Brown is keeping as much distance between Romney, the Republican party and himself as is possible. And where is Bush? Giving a speech to a group of investors in the Cayman Islands about the advantages of investing off shore. Quite a difference between Bush and Clinton who is still very popular with the American people. One thing I do appreciate about the conservative Republican voters, that being when ever one gets in a conversation with them on politics, when one challenges their position and facts, they love to change the subject and throw more BS at you.


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