Monthly Archives: October 2012

Candidates Fail to KISS

As the candidates thrust themselves into the debate last evening, their strategies became clear. President Obama’s objective was to remind the public that he is the president and to portray Romney as an inexperienced and uninformed wanna be. Governor Romney … Continue reading

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Romney Pitch Slapped by Killer Questions

Whenever your objective is to persuade, you must be prepared for the KILLER THREE- three critical questions or objections that you must answer expertly. Failure to do so may derail your entire presentation. Last night’s tension filled U.S. Presidential debate had … Continue reading

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Professor Hankins Grades V. P. Debates: Biden – B+, Ryan – B+

Last night’s U. S. Vice-Presidential Debate was an opportunity for U. S. Vice President Joe Biden to even the score with the Republican ticket as the result of last week’s strong performance by Governor Mitt Romney. What followed during the … Continue reading

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Romney – A, Obama – C+: Professor Hankins Grades First Presidential Debate

University of Denver October 3, 2012 Within a few minutes of the first presidential debate, it was clear, contrary to press reports, that America has a horse race. Governor Mitt Romney appeared friendly, relaxed and confident. President Obama, on the … Continue reading

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