Mitt Romney joined President Obama in predicting a serious exchange of views- rather than a barrage of zingers - when the two candidates meet for their first debate Wednesday night at the University of Denver. (October 1, 2012).
There's a lot of interest. Surrounding the debate. And people want to know who's gonna win who's gonna score of the putts. Biggest difference of the arguments they make it there's gonna be all the scoring and winning and losing him. You know in my view it's not so much winning and losing or even the people themselves the president -- myself it's. It's about something bigger than that. These debates are an opportunity for each of us to describe the pathway forward for America that we would choose. And so I look forward to these debates I'm delighted that we're gonna have three debates of the conversation. With the American people will span almost an entire month. We'll get to describe our respective -- of them are sort. I know folks. Eric speculated already on you gonna have their fingers. I don't know about that you know. We're gonna put the most points on the board. None are definitely -- -- -- later. I'm just okay. But. What I'm most concerned about. Advantages. If this guy. About what we need to -- to keep the country growing. And that was north security for hardworking Americans. That's what people are going to be listening for that's the basic. Like encoded into designated voted for a moment and we'll be wasting a single system. I have high hopes for President Obama and his judgment at this point. I think Romney perhaps isn't the best candidate that we could happen but he's better than. And Mitt Romney is does not. He says 47% of the people in America. He can't be bothered live so. Regardless of what side they're on I'm not in that 47%. But regardless of what side -- you you're on the president has to represent all the people. Right now and debate I'm even opened my. As far as what's going on in the country and the retired marine and I just -- if you will both have to say.