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Should the 'Seamus the dog' incident risen to the debate in a presidential election?

  • 'Seamus the dog'

    It probably Should Not Have The story kind of seemed more comical than anything. The story did bring up one valuable point, as to how Mitt Romney would handle being President, if he were elected. That being, he kind of did not see the dog as an equal and did not care enough about the dog to treat it right. So he ties the dog to the roof. Kind of makes you think of his 47 percent comment and how he looked down on nearly half the country.

  • It probablt Should Not Have

    The story kind of seemed more comical than anything. The story did bring up one valuable point, as to how Mitt Romney would handle being President, if he were elected. That being, he kind of did not see the dog as an equal and did not care enough about the dog to treat it right. So he ties the dog to the roof. Kind of makes you think of his 47 percent comment and how he looked down on nearly half the country.

  • Of course it should be.

    When one of the presidential candidates in the world's most powerful nation was known to put a dog on his roof and drive the dog around, it shows that they are capable of inhumane and downright cruel things. You do not want a person like that in office Of course it should be part of debate.

  • No, Seamus the dog incident should not raise a debate in the presidential election.

    No, Seamus the dog incident should not raise a debate in the presidential election because it really has little significant compared to larger issues that affect every American every day. The major presidential debates will cover the same subjects they always cover because they are always issues for the American people. There is not time to focus on the Seamus the dog incident.

  • Does not matter

    No, I do not think that this incident should rise up all of the way to the debate for the next president of this country. I think the election needs to focus on the two candidates running, and what their qualifications and values are to make sure they will be good.


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