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Kristen Howerton is a professor of pyschology and mom of four children within four years via birth and adoption. She's been blogging at Rage Against the Minivan as a coping skill since 2006. In the spring of 2010, Kristen lost her long and passionate battle against the minivan. It now sits in her driveway covered in crushed cheerios and remnants of her self-esteem.

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Right Mom/Left Mom: Who Won Last Night’s Debate?

By Kristen Howerton |

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Kristen and Elizabeth analyze the 2nd presidential debate of 2012 between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, discussing who they felt won the debate, along with favorite moments and thoughts on the rumored lie about Libya.

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2 thoughts on “Right Mom/Left Mom: Who Won Last Night’s Debate?

  1. Jennifer says:

    I have to say, “right mom’s” argument kind of disturbs me – government has no role in enforcing equality? Then who does? And how can we make any claim to having a “free,” “equal” country if the government knowingly leaves people behind? Not that they aren’t – the disadvantaged (low socioeconomic status) populations have been completely ignored by both candidates which saddens me as a soon-to-be social worker (who, admittedly, is at risk of yet more unemployment if Romney is elected and actually slashes all the programs he’s threatened to). I thought that Obama won by more than a narrow margin – even just watching their body language, he appeared to dominate. At one point, he led Romney around the floor. At others, Romney quietly returned to his seat, visibly conceding a point. Romney’s behaviors seemed sometimes like he was verging on a tantrum, while Obama kept it together. Do these unconscious messages mean anything? Who knows! What I know is that my vote won’t be for a bully who is ready to cut away so much of the population and make enemies abroad in the process.

  2. [...] latest “Right Mom/Left Mom” discussion is about the 2nd Presidential debate. I concede Obama won (narrowly!) but wonder if Obama’s assertion that “everyone [...]

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