here tonight with george stephanopoulos co-anchor of "good morning america" here right now so what are you going to be watching? Number one, president obama. He's got to do one important thing... See More
here tonight with george stephanopoulos co-anchor of "good morning america" here right now so what are you going to be watching? Number one, president obama. He's got to do one important thing tonight. He has to show he wants his be jo. Not only that he wants it but he knows exactly what he wants to do in a second term. That passion and those concrete plans were missing in the first debate. Mitt romney's job is a little easier. He has expectations going his way. As david said he has to connect and that's a little bit easier to do when you're getting direct questions from ordinary citizens. You and I both know ordinary citizen, town hall debates always bring surprises. Absolutely. Wild card questions are the norm in these town hall debates. I remember well back in 1992, ponytail guy, got up and asked all the candidates what they would do again to take care of them, butlso he chastised them about negative campaigning and that's the other thing that happens here. The candidates may want to engage generally those voters in the room don't like that all that much. All right, george, well, we will be right here and hope you will be too tonight as george, i, the entire political team are here as president obama and governor romney take that stage one on one, the candidates debate, 9:00 p.M. Eastern, 6:00 pacific.
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