Many have noticed Romney is doing well ticking off Obama’s failed record. Some on Twitter are noting we still don’t know what Obama will do in a second term. And he hasn’t answered for his broken promises from 2008 as Governor Romney effectively pointed out.
Just as he did since the first debate, Romney is doing well with women particularly with his answers on debt, taxes and women equality per CNN trendlines. And President Obama may be overplaying his aggression hand, turning voters off with anger, interruptions, and heckling from his chair…
@DaveWeigel: Still have no idea what Obama does in the second term.
@Amyewalter: Agree RT @jmartpolitico: ….And Mitt takes q from Obama voter and runs with it quite nicely”
@MarcACaputo: Boom. Boom. Boom. Romney swings back crisply, ticking off unkept promises of Obama from deficits to immigration
@NickConfessore: Quietly effective Romney answer on the last four years. Boom, boom, boom.
@DavidGregory: Style – Romney is conversational. Obama is passionate and feisty but sounds loud for the room.
@jonathanweisman: Romney finds some mojo: “The middle class is being crushed under the policies of a president who doesnt understand how the economy works”
@adamnagourney: Romney’s strongest argument: Obama “speaks” great. “But we have a record to look at.”
@ChuckTodd: While that Q was a gift to Obama; Romney playing his best card on this front; his record on appointing women is impressive
@SamFeistCNN: Look at CNN Focus Group: Women love Romney’s answer on pay equity. More than men. #CNNUndecideds
@piersmorgan: Romney stronger than Obama on women pay equity. Amazing. #PMTdebate
@Ebrotherton: This Romney answer is pretty good. Thought that women in the workplace was a gimme for Obama but Romney seemed ready for it.
@piersmorgan Obama’s new aggression may be over-played. I don’t think women voters, in particular, like this kind of thing. #PMTdebate
@ErinBurnett Women liking #romney more tonite than other #cnndebates focus groups. Also like #Obama w/1 notable exception, when he criticized R tax plan
@MarkKnoller: On jobs for women, Romney says he’ll help women get good jobs – by supporting a stronger economy.
@robertcostaNRO Wow, Romney is playing the teacher, and Obama is engaging.
@RichLowry great energy answer from Romney
@MichaelScherer: Obama says he is for coal. America’s coal companies disagree unanimously. They differ on clean air legislation.
@DonnaBrazile: Key question from Mr Jones: Disappointment.