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October 22, 2012, 07:24 PM
Hmmmmm.

Will you watch:

1) Giants v. Cardinals, Game 7?

2) Bears v. Lions?

3) The Debate?

While No. 3 promises to provide the greatest amount of violent entertainment, gotta go with No. 1, Game 7. Really not much of a dilemma for me being a Giants fan. I'll record the other two and watch them after.

I'm going with Giants/Bears/Romney as tonight's winners.
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October 22, 2012  07:44 PM ET

I am a Dodger fan and already voted via mail-in ballot, I'll be watching football.

Go Bears.

October 22, 2012  07:48 PM ET
QUOTE(#3):

I am a Dodger fan and already voted via mail-in ballot, I'll be watching football.Go Bears.

Samo here,
GO BEARS!

October 22, 2012  08:00 PM ET

I will watch the debate.

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October 22, 2012  08:13 PM ET

not really a dilemma. just pretend you are a politician and flip flop through each choice.

October 22, 2012  08:16 PM ET
QUOTE(#5):

I will watch the debate.

I agree, there is Sunday, Monday and Thursday NFL football and this is the last Presidential debate.

October 22, 2012  08:34 PM ET

MLB/NFL = better then a barrel of politicians....

October 22, 2012  08:36 PM ET
QUOTE(#9):

MLB/NFL = better then a barrel of politicians....

They are merely a diversion from the real world.

October 23, 2012  07:17 AM ET

Went with the debate. Doesn't look like I missed anything on the games.

October 23, 2012  09:50 AM ET

I watched the debate and thought that Romney looked more presidential.

October 23, 2012  11:29 AM ET

I watched all 3.

The REMOTE = a BEAUTIFUL thing!!

:)

October 23, 2012  11:31 AM ET
QUOTE(#12):

I watched the debate and thought that Romney looked more presidential.

LOL!!

"looked"?

Is that how you will base your vote, assuming that you are eligible to vote?

Hahahahahahahahahaha!!

October 23, 2012  11:42 AM ET
QUOTE(#14):

LOL!!"looked"?Is that how you will base your vote, assuming that you are eligible to vote?Hahahahahahahahahaha!!

Yes I am a Navy veteran and am eligible to vote. I didn't form my opinion because of this debate but because of the failed domestic policy of the President. I didn't think there was anything funny about my post and was just offering my observation of the debate.

October 23, 2012  11:49 AM ET
QUOTE(#15):

Yes I am a Navy veteran and am eligible to vote. I didn't form my opinion because of this debate but because of the failed domestic policy of the President. I didn't think there was anything funny about my post and was just offering my observation of the debate.

The only thing you said in your post was that Romney looked "more Presidential". THAT is why I asked (and laughed) about how you were going to base your vote. From that one comment, how else should I have taken it?

Come on now....Navy vet, (thank you for your service), put your thinkin' cap on and explain to me the "real" reason you will vote for Romney.

October 23, 2012  12:07 PM ET
QUOTE(#16):

The only thing you said in your post was that Romney looked "more Presidential". THAT is why I asked (and laughed) about how you were going to base your vote. From that one comment, how else should I have taken it?Come on now....Navy vet, (thank you for your service), put your thinkin' cap on and explain to me the "real" reason you will vote for Romney.

The main reason I'm voting for Romney is because I believe he has a better grasp on improving the economy and also working with congress. Obama spent most of his career as a community organizer and believes in big government as opposed to private enterprise. He also promised to reach across the aisle as President but once elected he reneged on that promise.

October 23, 2012  01:18 PM ET
QUOTE(#17):

The main reason I'm voting for Romney is because I believe he has a better grasp on improving the economy and also working with congress. Obama spent most of his career as a community organizer and believes in big government as opposed to private enterprise. He also promised to reach across the aisle as President but once elected he reneged on that promise.

He didn't renege on anything. The Republican party turned away and would not negotiate.

October 23, 2012  01:28 PM ET
QUOTE(#18):

He didn't renege on anything. The Republican party turned away and would not negotiate.

The President passed his health-care bill without a single Republican vote because he would not compromise. Bill Clinton did a much better job of working with a Republican controlled congress.

 
October 23, 2012  03:31 PM ET

I watched the debate.... sadly!

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