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Round Two: Romney, Obama Square Off in New York

Voting_GOP_2012 Wrote: Oct 16, 2012 7:34 PM
The problem isn't the national debt, nosebleed gas prices, bank bailouts, or unemployment. Debt is good for the economy if used for things like tax cuts and defense and wealth inequality and structural unemployment is a byproduct of a dynamic, growth-orientated economy, and effective policy. the problem is Obama's anti-business mindset, his tendency to want to scapegoat the most successful for the ills of society. We don't need wealth spreading, we need wealth creation. We need to begrudgingly accept pain at the pump as being a sign of strong economy and free market forces.

HEMPSTEAD, NY - America's two presidential candidates will go toe-to-toe in another high-stakes debate this evening; they'll debate for 90 minutes on the campus of Long Island's Hofstra University, beginning at 9pm ET.  What can we expect to see tonight?

Mitt Romney - Still basking in the residual glow of his epic destruction of President Obama in Denver, expectations have been upped a bit for the GOP nominee.  Supporters who are hoping for another dominant performance are likely kidding themselves.  Mitt's showing in the first debate was literally historic, according to the polls -- it'll be impossible...