The Debate: Barack Obama vs. Mitt RomneySubmitted by Free Silver on Wed, 10/03/2012 - 18:19
Moderator: Welcome to tonight's debate. Here's the first question for both candidates. Would you be willing to destroy the dollar to save the economy?"
Barack Obama: If putting Americans back to work requires debasing the national currency, I’ll support a money supply large enough to provide ever American with a job.
Mitt Romney: Because I’m reluctant to raise taxes or reduce spending, currency expansion is the best way to spur economic growth. Money printing around the globe will do a great deal to encourage job creation.
Moderator: If war with Iran is inevitable, when do you plan to order a first strike?
Barack Obama: America’s commitment to Israel will never waiver. To protect our Middle Eastern ally, a strike can be ordered at any time—if not sooner.
Mitt Romney: When it comes to Iran, every option is on the table should Israel’s national security be threatened. If it takes a first strike to prevent a war, that’s what I’ll do.
Moderator: What civil rights should be infringed to protect the freedoms of Americans?
Barack Obama: Listen. I know how important freedom is to the American people. Therefore, I’m willing to sacrifice every individual right to protect freedom for all.
Mitt Romney: Unlike my opponent, I’ll immediately revoke every right to ensure that Americans don’t lose their freedoms. No ifs, ands or buts, unlike my opponent.
Moderator: That concludes tonight’s debate. Americans now must choose between these two very different candidates based upon their starkly contrasting views.