A liberal friend on Facebook posted, “Watching replay of the debate on CNN. Romney is too vague.”
Perhaps, he was. But, was Obama any more specific?
So, my question: did the president address the specifics of his second-term agenda? If he did, could you please cite the transcript for details.
UPDATE: Although “the public found” Obama writes numbersmuncher, “to win the debate slightly, they thought Romney was better when it came to the economy, leadership, taxes, and debt.” Via Ace who reports that only 38% found that “Obama offer[ed]a clear vision for solving the country’s problems” as against 61% who did not.
RELATED: Halperin: So where was the second-term agenda? “Time’s Mark Halperin”, blogs Ed Morrissey
. . . notes what I pointed out on NRA News and the Hugh Hewitt Showlast night — that the agenda debate took place entirely in terms of Mitt Romney. Barack Obama never mentioned anything about a second-term agenda, and its MIA status is a big, big problem for an incumbent arguing for a second term. . .
UPDATE: 2008 Obama supporter Megan McArdle asks, “What Exactly Would Barack Obama Do With a Second Term?“
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