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5:47 PM PT: Well, here we are. Fifteen minutes until The Most Important Moment So Far In 2012. How do you think tonight will go?

5:47 PM PT: By the way, Romney will be prepared. No question about it:

Great footnote: CNN reports Romney practicing sitting on a bar stool -- never been there.  How many of us have THAT problem?  .#cnndebate

@David_Gergen via Twitter for iPad

5:54 PM PT: Tonight's debate will be a town hall format, as you probably know. Gallup selected the audience—all uncommitted voters. Clearly, if they ask bad questions, everybody will be trying to unskew the town hall. No opening or closing statements today—so the format will be different.


5:57 PM PT:
Today's swing state polling give liberals little reason to freak out: http://t.co/...

@markos via TweetDeck
This debate on the other hand...

5:59 PM PT:

Five things to look for in articles about five things to look for in tonight's debate http://t.co/...

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6:01 PM PT (Kaili Joy Gray): New thread here.

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