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-- -- -- from you -- an airplane and your house but not your own facts.
Saying Mitt Romney comes out swinging and last night and he did stick to the facts a tactic rarely seen among politicians his secret weapon.
The statement like it is Peter Johnson junior joins us live right now Peter bit -- substance it was specifics.
It was hard facts.
And in doing it Mitt Romney and crushed the president last night -- I think everybody's agreeing on that.
We had our research department here at fox was -- the brain room they look only at the statistics.
I think we -- -- concepts if we look at other substance we've seen even higher -- when they went head to head kind of on a punch -- We see that Mitt Romney.
That delivered the stunning blow in terms of statistic after statistic after statistic 44 to 33.
Banging the president on income being down.
Banging the president on the health care costs increasing -- the president on obamacare one lead or one out of six in poverty.
And it was a stunning.
And surprising in many ways for many observers.
Victory in that there was a sense of reasonableness.
-- -- common sense while the president looked distracted.
Not in the present.
Angry sometimes tortured at other times.
As city hadn't slept chair calm and and and it was really quite remarkable you know what Peter was talking to some people on Twitter last night and a basic consensus was it looked like a businessman and opposing a politician because the businessman had a plan it -- some ways but it was more than a businessman.
It was a -- he was connecting with Americans in terms of.
Empathy and sympathy and saying my thing is not ideology.
My thing is the bottom line.
Putting people back to work.
If the same time the president looked absolutely lost and when you saw David Axelrod interview on another network last night he looked as if the president been kidnapped.
In some way anyone answer the question about whether the president did done a good job whether we do it differently next time what he looked like he was actually -- Here's the lesson people want to be trusting their their president -- -- of confidence they wanna like their president.
The other take away is we've seen a president who's been shielded.
Who's been protected who's been in the cocoon of the mainstream media yeah over the last five years running for president for years.
President for four years.
And when he -- an opportunity.
To shine he didn't -- and -- the lack of knowledge and specifics.
Was disturbing in a lot of -- forget about the ideology -- -- that's our president is that the best our president.
Can do whether -- for Mitt Romney.
Or -- Barack Obama.
It was stunningly embarrassing it was you know what I think Bill Clinton -- the president out of the DNC I think about fifteen minutes in last night I think you would like to Wimbledon but -- in chief who isn't this England's great analysis Peter -- -- thank you very much take care of meanwhile straight ahead.
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