October 17, 2012 by pavlospapathanasiou
Republican nominee Mitt Romney did not loose the chance to make another regrettable and unfair comparison between the American and the Greek economy in yesterday’s second debate with Barack Obama.
Russel Goldman from ABC News online edition writes:
Romney, who has been stiff on the trail but has come off as poised and confident in the debates, repeatedly attacked the president’s stewardship.
He highlighted the country’s budget deficit. “The president said he’d cut the deficit in half, instead he doubled it. This puts us on a road to Greece,” Romney said.
Obama mocked Romney’s often cited “five point plan” to lower taxes in an effort to end the deficit, saying it was lacking in detail.
“Gov. Romney doesn’t have a 5 point plan,” the president said. “He has a one point plan, that people at the top play by different rules.”
Source : abcnews.go.com