Twenty year-old college student Jeremy Epstein who asked the first question in the town hall debate last night is no longer undecided.
Jeremy said Mitt Romney spoke to his soul. He said Obama bragged about his basketball game.
NBC New York reported:
Jeremy Epstein, a 20-year-old student at Adelphi University, said on MSNBC’s “The Daily Rundown” Wednesday that he felt both Obama and Romney were “sincere” and “both gave good answers” when he asked about concerns that he would not be able to get a job when he finishes school.
“Mitt Romney’s first answer — I felt like he was staring into my soul, just right through me, when he was asking me the question. I felt like, you know he offered me a job five minutes into the debate, I felt like his answer was sincere,” Epstein said. “And then when the president came up, I felt like he, you know he started up by saying my future’s bright — I feel like they were both sincere. They talked very well, eloquently, and I felt they both gave good answers.”
“Then I was speaking with President Obama asking how his Chicago Bulls are gonna do, because they lost their MVP Derek Rose, and he said that I could not beat him in one-on-one, but I disagree with that.”
It’s all about Obama.