CFC Super PAC: “Romney Victorious In Foreign Policy Debate”

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The conservative Super PAC, ‘Champions for Change’ (CFC) today heaped praise on Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s performance in the 3rd and final Presidential Debate. The last of three debates was held on the campus at Lynn University, in Boca Raton, FL and was moderated by Bob Schieffer, host of the CBS show ‘Face the Nation.’ According to Champions for Change, the Scott Tucker founded Super PAC, Romney was the winner in last night’s debate.

The little known Lynn University, in Boca Raton, FL was the setting for last night’s 3rd and final Presidential Debate. The conservative Super PAC, Champions for Change (CFC) today declared Romney as the victor. CFC released a statement on their website titled “Romney Victorious In Final Presidential Debate.” Champions for Change reported that Romney conveyed an "elegant and unflustered professionalism" as he kept his cool in spite of relentless attacks from President Obama. You can read CFC’s full statement by visiting Champions for Change.

The CFC statement went on to praise Romney for not only his unflustered manner but also his vow to restore America to the forefront of international affairs by "fulfilling America’s role as world leader once again." When the topic of the economy arose Romney was quick to make the connection between a strong economy at home and a strong presence overseas. The Champions for Change statement also commended Romney for the comments he made declaring he was a "champion of small businesses and entrepreneurs."

CFC added that they were delighted Romney believes in the same pro-business principles that they support. Along with applauding Romney’s tough stance on Iran, and China, CFC concluded by stating his presidential credentials were on display for all to see, most notably in the manner in which he dealt with President Obama’s attacks in a calm and unflustered manner.

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