Discussion in 'Sports' started by StayReal, Oct 4, 2012.
Habari ndiyo hiyo raundi one jamaa kachukua bila ubishi, sometimes playing safe is dangerous!
we kweli hamnazo
sasa ndio nini hii??????????????????
Kichaa si lazima aokote makopo barabarani.
Unless hamkuangalia debate but if you watched lazima ukubali jamaa kashinda hii round, sometimes tuache ushabiki
Ondoa ushabiki you will agree Obama kashindwa hii debate ya kwanza!
Obama kashindwa kulingana na maoni na utashi wako ambao si sahihi kunilazimisha na mimi nikubaliane na wewe
Ubaya wetu sisi wabongo tunapenda kubisha hata vitu ambavyo viko open sana;
[h=1]Romney Won First Debate, 67 Percent of Voters Tell CNN[/h] By Michael Shepard and Kristin Jensen on October 03, 2012
Republican Mitt Romney won tonight's first presidential debate with President Barack Obama, according to a CNN/ORC International poll of registered voters who watched the nationally televised event.
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Sixty-seven percent of those surveyed said Romney fared better, compared with 25 percent for Obama, according to results aired on CNN after the match concluded. Forty-six percent said they found Romney more likeable, compared with 45 percent for Obama, CNN reported.
The CNN poll interviewed 430 Americans by telephone after the debate and has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.5 percentage points.
During the 90-minute debate at the University of Denver in Colorado, Romney tried to paint Obama as a big-government Democrat while Obama said Romney's plans favored the rich at the expense of the middle class.
Obama has held an edge over the former Massachusetts governor in recent polls of likely voters. The president led Romney, 49 percent to 46 percent, in a national NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll released yesterday, down from 50 percent to 45 percent in a comparable survey two weeks earlier.
A NPR poll released today gave Obama a seven-point lead, 51 percent to 44 percent, among likely voters nationally. That survey of 800 likely voters was conducted Sept. 26-30 and has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.
The next debate between the two candidates is scheduled for Oct. 16 at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York.
To contact the reporters on this story: Michael Shepard in Washington at firstname.lastname@example.org; Kristin Jensen in Washington at email@example.com
To contact the editor responsible for this story: Mark Silva at firstname.lastname@example.org
cnn poll romney 67% obama 25% acha ubish wa ktoto
In fwact Obama amegalagazwa vibaya!! lile lijamaa ni noma, akifanya mchezo next time linamtoa White house kiulaiiini!
Huyun mkenya asipojiangalia atatolewa!
Kwani CNN ni Mungu?
Ndio maana JK aliogopa debate maana yangemkuta haya kama angekutana na Dr.Slaa
food stamp president ni kama hakujiandaa,yani romney kamfunika kila angle,romney ndio rais mpya wa marekani,ila debate ilikua nzuri sana,natamani tufike huku watz uchaguzi ujao,wasomi wetu pale chuo kikuu waandae kitu kama hiki na wagombea wote waalikwe tuwapime hapo,naamini watu wa aina ya zitto na januari makamba hawatababaishwa na debate kama hizi kwa kuwa ni good speakers,wazee ndio utawaonea huruma wakiwekwa kwenye debate ni kulialia tu
Thank you for supporting me, unajua kuna watu hupenda kubisha for the sake of it, sasa watu tuko jikoni tusema jamaa kashindwa wengine hawaamini sababu ya ushabiki usio na maana!
Natamani hata tz wangemuweka kikwete n slaa tuwasikie nondo zao hahahah
Big up ppo
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Romney destroyed Obama.
I'm 4 dems.
Wendawazimu wengi loh
zenit 2-3 Milan...
Wangeweka jk na dr slaa then refa awe masako
New York Times columnist and Nobel laureate Paul Krugman said, Mr Obama "did a terrible job in the debate, and Romney did well".
"But in the end, this isn't or shouldn't be about theatre criticism, it should be about substance," Mr Krugman said defending Mr Obama's statements whilst charging that "much of what Romney said was either outright false or so misleading as to be the moral equivalent of a lie".