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2012 Presidential debates
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7:30 PM PT:
That exchange on Libya was Romney's Gerald Ford moment. He was lost and not presidential at all.
@politicalwire via Twitter for Mac

7:33 PM PT: Asked how we are going to bring iPad assembly to America, Mitt Romney says American can compete with China as long as the playing field is level. Which I guess means he wants to low wage, low skill jobs.

7:33 PM PT: Obama tells it like it is: "Some jobs aren't going to come back, because they are low wage low skill jobs. I want high wage, high skill jobs."

7:34 PM PT: Obama says we'll lead the economy by investing in our people. Romney mutters something about "Government does not create jobs."

7:34 PM PT: Will Romney bring up the 47 percent video?

7:35 PM PT: Indirectly he does: "I care about 100 percent" he says. Hmmm. Opening for Obama? Probably, but the question is supposed to be about what is the biggest misperception the public has about each candidate. Now Romney rambling about his faith.

7:36 PM PT:
My faith in God made me save the Olympics
@tbogg via web

7:38 PM PT (Kaili Joy Gray): New thread here.


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