Poll: Who Won The Debate? Vote!

Did you watch the presidential debate last night? Wow! Talk about fireworks! I’ve never seen such an exciting war of words. In fact, I half expected the President and Mitt Romney to throw down their microphones and wrap their hands around each others thr Full Story »

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Sirajul Islam
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by Sirajul Islam - Oct. 17, 2012

Matt Stewart raises some valid questions that the polity is far away from answering. While the candidates are making their points, Matt made the most important statement "They are focusing on the “undecided” states like Ohio, Colorado, Virginia and Florida. With the way our electoral system is set up, those voters votes mean more than yours. It’s a shame the popular vote can’t elect the president. If it did, then you’d probably see a lot more people across the country actually vote on November 6th."

“Here’s what I would do. My opponent, on the other hand, wants to give more money to the rich. I think the rich have enough money and we need to give more to the ... More »

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Karlin Anderson
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by Karlin Anderson - Oct. 17, 2012

Summary: Fox 4 news talked about who really won the debate and did what the say really have an impact on the debate in the article "Poll: Who won the Debate? Vote!" Whats New: The article explains what Obama and Romney were talking about in the debate and who will be a better candidate to be our president the next four years and we can rebuild it to get it back to the way it used to be. Balance: In the article I think there was good balance because they talk about both sides Romney and Obamas and the pros and cons, which make it really interesting to read. They say things like Romney says this and that and Obama thinks this and that it. There is balance in the article between both sides of the story. Transparency: The article ... More »

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Cathleen Hodge
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by Cathleen Hodge - Oct. 24, 2012

This article talks about what happened at the debate and what they think voters are now thinking because of it. This was a good article because it brought out specifics from the debate. What makes that new is knowing what each candidates poition is right now. The story has great balance. It is giving the equal amount of time and energy to both candidates, and is not siding with either one. The transparency is good. The journalist is accountable and relaying current events. I liked the journalism in this story a lot. I thought the article had a lighthearted approach to a serious topic. It also did not appear that the journalist was sided in one direction. What I really loved about this piece was the joke about wishing "you ... More »

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Steven Segelstrom
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by Steven Segelstrom - Oct. 17, 2012

This was a really interesting article! What I found interesting was how Obama goes the offensive route compared to Romney who takes the defensive route. I watched the debate last night (Oct.16) and it was very clear how Obama would call out Romney and make false accusations. I know he's the president and all but it isn't fair when it comes to a debate to incorrectly challenge the other candidate on false information.

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