Have you noticed how much this presidential election is like a boxing match? Who will come out with the first jab or land the "knock-out" punch? In tonight's re-match voters are anxious to see what unfolds.I've come to the Bloodline Fight Club to remind me what a real boxing ring and gloves look like, but while you won't see these in presidential politics, you will understand that what you're really watching is a boxing match.
"It's the battle of the heavyweights.
It's the defending champion, President Barak Obama. And in the opposite corner and number one contender, Governor Mitt Romany.
And your referee tonight is Bob Schiefer who will tell them when to break and he knows they must defend themselves at all times.
From past debates we already know the candidates styles. after governor Romney threw body punches through most of the first debate as boxers would say president Obama felt the canvas.
"You took General Motors bankrupt. You took Chrysler bankrupt so when you say that I want to take the auto industry bankrupt, you actually did," says Romany.
In round two, the polls showed a much better showing for President Obama.
"For the record, because it took the president 14 days before he called the attack in Benghazi and act of terror. Get the transcript. He did in fact sir. Can you say that a little louder Candi? He did call it an act of terror." This was the exchange between the President, Governor Romany and the moderator.
"To be a good fighter, you have to study all aspects."
Boxer Ernie West pulls no punches.
"You can have a good facial expression but the eyes are the key to everything."
The best fighters are confident, hungry for the fight, and move in on their opponents weakness.
"Take the edge out of the other one and if they can do that will cement their spot. I can almost guarantee it."
So who will lift the title belt in victory tonight? It's up the judges scorecard. in this case it's you the voter.
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