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The economy is the main focus and was the main focus of that debate last night.
And both presidential hopefuls really tried to stay on the offense in order -- to attack their challengers policies listen to a bit here.
You have president four years you said you cut the deficit in half it's now four years later we still have trillion dollar deficits the CBO says we'll have a trillion dollar deficit each of the next four years.
If you're reelected we'll get to a trillion trillion dollar debt.
Mean you have set before you cut the deficit in half.
And get this -- I love this idea fortunately they -- -- found four trillion dollars of ways to reduce -- to get closer to a balanced budget except we still show trillion dollar deficits every year.
If you believe that we can cut taxes.
My five trillion dollars.
And they had two trillion dollars in additional spending.
That the military is not asking for seven trillion dollars just to get a sense over ten years that's.
More than our entire defense budget.
And you think -- by closing loopholes and deductions for the well to do -- -- you will not end up.
Picking up the tab then the governor Romney's plan may work for -- but.
I think -- common sense and our history.
Shows us that's not a recipe for job growth.
Which is that that the place you put your money just good -- pretty clear indication of where your hardest you put ninety billion dollars.
Into the into green jobs.
At and I look I'm all -- green energy ninety billion.
That would have that would have hired two million teachers.
Ninety billion dollars.
And at some point I think the American people -- -- themselves that is the reason that governor Romney is keeping all these.
Plans to replace.
Secret because they're too good.
As you can imagine a lot of reaction coming in last night and this morning into the debate.
Many analysts are saying that Mitt Romney was the winner of the first showdown and that's exactly what very human Joseph Trippi are talking about.
Governor Romney came -- he was aggressive when you do that you're always in danger perhaps of -- of seeming rude.
Or or pugnacious.
I don't think he did he seem to have a pleasant demeanor throughout aggressive but not just the different respectful.
It seem to me that he displayed.
Extraordinary knowledge ability for someone who doesn't hold the office.
I don't think President Obama had a bad night in the sense that -- he was way off his game he was a lot like the President Obama were used to hearing.
I don't think he seemed rusty he seemed comfortable discussing this subject but I don't think he had this park.
For the energy for the decision -- tonight the governor Romney had.
Romney looks like he -- didn't come here this Graham enjoying I'm having fun I mean literally did in Obama's just looked sort of sour and and like it was another headache you know as a headache to have to be there and I think that's not gonna help W that's gonna help the -- here.
Romney supporters needed to be reinvigorated.
He definitely got that that out of tonight.
The question now is what did happen with the undecideds didn't -- -- women move.
-- you know is that enthusiasm gonna spread out and show for the differential in terms of who's gonna vote.
Well that's exactly what we'd like to -- on this today.
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