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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

False, Misleading Facts In Second Debate

At the risk of sounding like Steve Harvey, I'm not sure why anyone would still be "undecided" as to who to vote for in the upcoming presidential election, and I say that objectively without favor to either candidate. But, if you're one of those in limbo and you've got the time, here's a rather lengthy read that might help you on the road to making up your mind. Just click on this link to read an article called "False, Misleading Facts In Second Debate" which appeared on Philly.com after last night's Presidential Debate.

Apparently, the article is based on information from the website FactCheck.org, a non-partisan, non-profit "consumer advocate" for voters that aims to reduce the level of deception and confusion in U.S. politics. According to FactCheck, the second Obama-Romney debate was heated, confrontational, and full of claims that sometimes didn’t match the facts, so give it a read.

There's only one more Presidential Debate left and the bottom line is, you've got to vote for someone. Please understand that given how close the candidates are in the polls, the so-called "undecided" could swing this thing either way, so I'm hoping all of you will make up your minds real soon. My biggest fear is that some of you might decide not to vote at all and we definitely don't want that to happen. Non-participation could definitely cause this thing to swing in the wrong direction and we could wind up with a president who's elected by default rather than by choice.

I guess if worst comes to worst and you're still undecided after reading the article and watching the last debate on Monday, October 22nd, you still have a couple of options... coin toss or eenie-meenie-minee-moe. But, by all means, please make sure you VOTE!

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