Your #DMNdebate tweets from last night
We’re participating in a University of Missouri study that’s analyzing political sentiment through tweets with the hashtag #DMNdebate, and participants impressed us with intelligent and sometimes critical insights, jabs and questions during last night’s debate. Below are a few of the many.
We’re doing this again for the vice presidential debate next Thursday and for the second presidential debate Oct. 22. During those debates we’ll be choosing from among your #DMNdebate-tagged tweets to retweet to our Dallas Morning News followers. Join in.
Romney promised tax rate cuts, no education cuts, bigger military, more Medicare spending, reduced deficits. But no plan how. #dmndebate— Mark Steger (@MarkSteger) October 4, 2012
Debate scoring In football terms: Romney: 45 Obama: 14. Romney penalized for spiking the football #dmndebate— John T. Steinbeck (@MassiveLife) October 4, 2012
Many wondering why Obama didn’t mention 47% comments. Would people say it was a low blow if he did? Damned if you do, or don’t #dmndebate— Claire Z Cardona (@clairezcardona) October 4, 2012
Why are my social network feeds getting blown up about the #dmndebate, when 90% of these kids have no clue what either candidate stands for?— Joey (@JPsports4life17) October 4, 2012