Presidential Debates: How Do Candidates Prepare?

Dan Kloeffler stages mock debate with senior citizens to analyze how a successful argument is made.
3:00 | 10/03/12

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Yes no cut -- taxes higher taxes lower grade Obama care tax breaks for the -- until now it's been a virtual back and forth between Obama. But now they're facing off for the first -- are they ready to rumble and spoke with political. To learn the secrets of -- -- -- what do you look people we're trying to tell candidate that they need to get that perfect sound -- It was a great danger and being to start. -- negative and asked how do you go about selecting a stand to -- to practice one of Huntsman who could shrapnel. That person who that person you're going to be. Having that -- with it not only have to figure out. What your candidate is going to say what his major thrust will be but -- also anticipate. Losing years from the other side -- -- kind of pre -- for. It was over the few experienced debaters. And we want to get your take on how. Do you think they perform to. Next issues -- Dark chocolate. Milk chocolate like the flavor of milk chocolate that -- but when I was in Switzerland. Hold that door. Things like that you always have big smiles on the -- do they do. Mary I got back. Jack that -- -- and it could have benefit beyond just flavor. I think -- but. -- -- -- -- -- She turned around me and because he had the final word it was humorous it was a perfect -- Frank Sinatra. That. It. Only that it -- on my dad. I think it's life. And -- -- major thrust was of course Tony that care. The woman who was defends turn that around and visit here your word police. I think mobilized one -- quote. Communities. -- And -- clearly these folks know how to make -- point. Just like the presidential debates words can turn -- when the passion runs deep. But. After the cuts have been banned. And the winner relishes sweet victory. There's a common appreciation. For the process that lets everyone have their say. -- -- -- -- --

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