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USA elections: Responsibility, responsibility and responsibility in November 2012 2, 2012.

By Jean-Wisly Simon

QuestCinq– At the eve of the first Presidential debate before the November elections in US, expectations are high on both sides Obama for the Democratic Party and Romney for the GOP’s. The culmination of that pressure explains everything; no one can afford to take anything for granted. Obviously, no candidate would like to be the first that makes the first mistake on Wednesday night.

Every team tries to coach its candidate in such a way that the opponent could not find space to punch [while we all know each wants to have one word or phrase/line everyone will remember hours after the debate]. Is it going to be a K-0? Who’s going to make the first mistake?

In the meantime, pundits continue to publish their latest polls. For instance, Gallup says if the elections were held today Obama would get a 50% and Romney 44% of the votes.

CNN just releases a survey of likely Latino voters Obama 70% and Romney 26%. Take a look at one important finding in that poll “Obama’s approval rating has improved markedly among Latinos since 2010, the poll indicated. He stood at 57% approval two years ago, and was at 68% in Tuesday’s poll. Twenty-eight percent of Latinos disapproved of the job Obama is doing as president, compared to 41% who disapproved in 2010.”

We expect Wednesday’s debate to be persuasive and civil. The reasons are that the President will have to defend his administration strategies (inside and outside US) and take responsibility as the commander in chief. On the other hand, Governor Romney will for the first time have to show the American people he has the ability to be the leader of the free world and commander in chief by painting a different picture. Yet, President Obama, in short and specific cases, must show why he asks for a second term to finish the job with or without adjustment (most likely with adjustments as a way to say mistakes were made and he had learned from them). In contrast, Governor Romney would have the privilege to demonstrate in details why he’s the guy to hire for the President Job this time.

Thus, a difficult debate no matter what team you are applauding on Wednesday night. Responsibility, responsibility and responsibility! Voters’ choice in November will mean a lot to millions, for instance, senior citizens (Medicare, Medicaid even Social Security) needless to mention the HEALTH CARE LAW, currently known as the OBAMA CARE. Should we bring the Afghan war, the Iranian’s nuclear program, the democratic movement in the Middle East or the Syrian’s civil war to your attention? Do you think we need to fight more wars abroad or spend more money on domestic issues, here in America and reduce the deficit?

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