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How Romney can build on his debate victory

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About Cameron Macgregor

Cameron Macgregor graduated from the US Naval Academy in 2007. He then served aboard the navy destroyer USS BENFOLD for just over two years, working primarily as an engineering officer. He completed one deployment to the Arabian Gulf in 2008, a tour that involved a diverse range of operations from anti-piracy to anti-drug trafficking. After leaving the navy Cameron briefly worked for Congressman Patrick McHenry (R-NC). Since, Cameron has been writing and teaching. Some of his work has appeared in the Washington Times. He is currently a graduate student at George Mason University.

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  1. Think you’re on target with the qualifications & it takes an extroidinary individual. There is a vast divide between the two that did become visable. I believe Romney was quite effective, yet, like many, I was left wishing there had been a tad more. This was a ‘thinking man’s” debate & I thought Mitt Romny had a strong, miltary like bearing. And that may have excluded many who watched, waiting for the stage to evolve into an X-treme fight ring with blood flying. Also feeling neglected were the ones waiting for one of them to walk on water or hand out free gifts at the door. (probably all are part of that 47% group) WHY some voters think they must ‘like’ a candidate Is something I don’t understand, after all we aren’t sleeping with him.
    Romny has a message & a plan. If he stick with it & shows the same agressive posture, we just might get a start to recover fiscally & morally.