Depending on who you ask, Mitt Romney took a verbal beating during the third presidential debate Monday (Oct. 22), but he's far from licking his wounds. Romney sees last night's discourse as yet another example of President Obama's refusal to outline a plan for his second term.
In an entry titled “A Brighter Future,” and posted on his official website, the presidential hopeful campaigned for more support:
With 23 million people struggling for work, and nearly one in six Americans living in poverty, we can't afford to give President Obama another chance to get it right.
I am running for president to help create a better future. Our plan to undo the damage of the last four years includes strengthening the middle class with 12 million jobs, and ensuring more take-home pay and better opportunities for all Americans.
Although he doesn't like to speak hypothetically (which he stated during the debate), if he is elected as president, the 65-year-old promised to work with all his heart “to restore strength to America.”
According to a new Washington Post-ABC News national tracking poll, Romney leads the president 49 percent of 48 percent among likely voters. The numbers however, do not include reaction to last night's debate.
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