Mr. President, Sir – please do not make the same mistakes that you made in Denver when you chose to remain silent on the "47 percent" video – it was a topic which could have caused your rival plenty of embarrassment and forced him to squirm in his chair.
Your message of Yyes, we can!" is the message yet again – you know you can do it, so does the whole world.
Please Mr. President, this time around do not forget to hammer in the nails and please do not miss out on opportunities as you did in that 1st debate when you did not broach upon the "47 percent" video episode, giving your an advantage for your rival to corner you.
Please do not repeat such incidents in the third debate in Boca Raton, Fla.
The topic is "foreign policy," and it is one in which you have enough ammunition to fight the battle – make it a one-sided affair, show your real mettle and do not pass by any existing opportunities to put your adversary in his place.
You must, of course, bring up his disastrous global tour in July 2012 when he did not do any good to either himself or to the cause of America – the criticism in the media is proof.
His gaffes were unpardonable and the impression that he left on the international stage was most unbecoming of a president of the most powerful nation in the world – this is what you must drill into the voters’ minds.
You are right now in Camp David in Maryland's Catoctin Mountains with your advisors like the National Security Adviser Tom Donilon, your campaign strategist , apart from the White House senior adviser David Plouffe.
They must have given you enough pointers on how best to subdue the Republican adversary.
You have quite a number of happenings to boast about in the International arena – like the elimination of Osama bin Laden, the chief of al-Qaida who had attacked the USA, the withdrawal of troops from Iraq, the beginning of the drawdown of war in Afghanistan, the toppling of Mohammar Gadhafi, asking Hosni Mubarak to quit, tightening of sanctions on Iran, etc.
Please do not forget to remind the audience about that episode in London on the London Olympics 2012 in which Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London snubbed him by addressing him as ‘a guy called Mitt Romney."had made some remarks on the preparedness of the city to host an event of such a magnitude and
Then, later in Jerusalem, he said in a fundraiser that culture was a prime reason why Israel was so much more prosperous than the occupied territories under control of the Palestinian Authority – that did not go down well with his audience – this made a longtime Palestinian official remark that it was a racist statement.
Incidentally, the $50,000 per plate dinner had to be scrapped because the date coincided with a solemn Jewish day of mourning.
It had been organized by the Mitt Romney campaign managers – obviously, there had been no proper planning.
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