Originally Posted by patteeu
I have no idea. I agree with you that teleprompted oration is a strength of his though. I look forward to the debates where I think Obama expectations are far higher than they should be. He'd just not that good. In that setting, he's like a mediocre salesman who's trying to sell a flawed product. Romney, on the other hand, has had a lot of practice this year and I think he's improved considerably. Plus he'll have lessor expectations to meet.
I have not seen Romney much in the primary debates. I am hopeful that the combination of experience from the primaries, along with lower expectations, can help him gain ground in the debates. I think the economic facts are on his side by a wide margin. If Obama's bump is minimal from the DNC, I will feel much better, if he gets a big bump I think there is cause for concern.