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Rick Sanchez of folks -- did -- standing by to talk to us about his views on where this race is going and Rick I guess -- were up.
All of the opinion that as -- the Romney campaign would say that they do indeed have the momentum right now.
Well yeah how -- -- very good you know the vernacular in boxing is that President Obama is on the ropes I write in my how bad for.
Fox News Latino just not that it's obvious that you know what made it obvious -- of them.
President Obama he came out scrapping he came out combative he came out aggressive.
In this last debate even more so than he had in previous debate ended immediately I think told all of us.
This guy knows that he's in trouble and he's got to do something about it.
And -- and he did I mean I think I think he showed in that last debate.
That he's on the ropes the question is you know did did it change anything about -- I think.
The fact is.
If you look at the -- rich delegates states you know Virginia and Florida and Ohio and North Carolina.
That's where you really can see -- I mean I -- guys like you and I who were junkies who've been monitoring this for the last -- four weeks.
I mean where this race was.
Four weeks ago and where it is right now is.
In court what -- -- different incredibly dramatically.
And there's no question that the president's people despite all the bluster have been telling about and that is why.
He behaved as he did or -- countered as he did during -- last about.
But Rick we do we appear to be now stuck it almost an exact 5050.
Whichever way you want to.
Put it do you think.
And how if you were advising governor Romney what would you what would your view of how to land a knock -- blow and keep that momentum going to such an extent that it delivers in the White -- I.
Thought he'd miss -- a huge opportunity in this last debate I mean.
You know it was the -- verse of the very first debate in the first debate you had governor Romney being aggressive and you had the president of the United States essentially sitting on his hands.
During this last debate.
I mean governor Romney spent more time agreeing with the president of the United States.
And all but endorsing his policies then he did arguing or debating the president United States I thought that was a huge mistake and let me tell you why.
Here's what he probably should have done in hindsight.
When the president mention things like immigration when he talked about his foreign policy.
When he talked about health care even.
-- more opportunities.
For governor Romney took all of those issues.
Jonathan just saying to the present United States well you know what your policies have worked but let me tell you something.
They weren't really your policies.
Your policies and Afghanistan the surge -- policy in Iraq is exact.
-- -- saying was what President Bush was doing affect your time lines despite what you said earlier have turned out to be exactly what President Bush's.
Time lines have been on health care he -- mentioned that it was Nixon that it was Republican congress back in the nineteen enough.
Seventies and eighties that actually talked about reforming health care.
On the issue of course of the economy that's where he should have stood up the -- and say no this is something I really knows something about.
Because I could use my business acumen.
That's where I think Romney needs differentiate himself I mean who knows I know a lot of people -- look at these debates.
In terms of optics will probably know better by Friday when we start seeing the first polls -- take this debate into account.
But I think Romney missed an opportunity.
All right Rick Sanchez interesting -- indeed and that Rick's not Italy are all bad is it proxies Latino dot com I believe Rick -- is on the page.
Good to see my all right good to spend time when I -- beautiful weather down there in Miami although I think a stool all made me on the way thanks --
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