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Barack Obama Flats in Event Strategy 'Ferraris on the James'


Barack Obama Flats in Event Strategy 'Ferraris on the James'
Williamsburg - Right in a hotel on the edge of the James River, Virginia, U.S. owners of Ferrari cars were gathered.

Their arrival in the framework of the event "Ferraris on the James' Ferrari held America. Apparently President Barack Obama was in the same place.

Barack Obama at the hotel a few days and devise strategies for coping with Mitt Romney in second debate that took place Wednesday.

The owner called Ferraristi Ferrari could see his staff up and down the hotel. They certainly could hear the roar of the Ferrari cars of different models there.

"Let's hope (a car) is not going to bother them," said one owner Ferrari Ferrari website.

Perhaps they hear the roar of the Ferrari cars, Obama immediately appear aggressive and devouring his opponent Mitt Romney in second debate.

After being defeated in the first debate, Obama according to the results of two polls conducted by two of America's leading media, CNN, and CBS won the second debate.

In the CNN survey, 46 percent of voters said Obama won the second debate. While 39 percent of voters think Romney was the winner. This survey margin of error of four percentage points.

In this survey, respondents cite Romney ahead of Obama on a number of issues. Including the economy (58 percent for Romney and 40 percent for Obama), taxes (51 percent for Romney and 44 percent for Obama) and budget deficit (59 percent for Romney and 36 percent for Obama). Regarding foreign policy, 49 percent of respondents think Obama would be better to handle it while 47 percent said Romney would be better.

In this survey, CNN surveyed 457 registered voters who watched the debate and who had participated in a similar survey after the first round of the U.S. presidential debate a few days ago.

While CBS News poll showed 37 percent of respondents said Obama won the debate this time. While 30 percent of respondents called Romney the winner and 33 percent called it a draw. In the survey, CBS asked voters who have not made up their minds.

Earlier in the first debate, Obama is considered passive while Romney aggressive and convincing. Some analysts and poll-poll also said Obama lost to Romney in the first debate.
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