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-- -- -- -- -- -- -- alert now they came ready for a fight and it showed last night vice president Joseph Biden congressman Paul Ryan.
Squaring off it was feisty at times calling each other around on the key issues.
From sharp jabs of flash over ideas it was all -- out on TV screen across the country last night.
We have brand new analysis coming up this hour Chris Wallace Karl Rove many more so welcome back here on Bill Hemmer Martha has a day off how you do.
Does I'm doing great though great to welcome back ambassador Baldwin's joining us as well to jam packed hour.
Well both men had clear goals as they stepped up on that stage in the vice president aimed to stop the political bleeding after the president's lackluster performance in the first debate.
It seemed to be the consensus while Republican nominee Ryan look to build on his take its current momentum.
My friend recently in his speech -- instead 30% of the American people are -- These people are my mom and dad the people I grew up -- my neighbors they pay more effective tax the governor Romney -- -- -- federal income tax.
23 million Americans.
Are struggling for work today 15% of Americans.
Are living in poverty today this.
Is not what a real recovery looks like look.
Folks use your common sense who do you trust on this a man who introduced a bill that would raise its 406400.
Dollars a year.
Knowing it and passing and Romney saying you sign it.
Or me and the -- that statistic was completely misleading -- more importantly that's -- -- of the facts artists what politicians do when they don't have a record runup to try to scare people from voting for you.
She's brown remains in Danville Kentucky Steve.
The VP nominees it's it's not a new tactic really where there the attack dogs for the campaign for the good guy bad guy so.
Was the tone of last night's debate.
I guess predictable.
Hum it certainly could be they are the unofficial attack dogs of of the campaigns that they represented certainly in there was quite a bit of that back and forth.
Between Vice President Biden and congressman Ryan including.
This exchange and the soon to expire bush tax cuts.
We say let's have a vote.
Let's have a vote on the middle class tax cut and let's have a vote in the upper tax cut.
That's going to -- they're saying now they're holding hostage.
The middle class tax cut to the super wealthy.
Our entire premise of these tax reform plans is to grow the economy and create jobs it's -- -- estimated three cent million jobs now.
We think that government taking.
Of -- family in business' income is enough.
In that exchange was one you could call polite but a lot of aggressive back and -- Jamie.
For -- nonstop and so now we look forward to Tuesday in the second presidential debate that Charles Krauthammer saying that this was just the tee off.
What about how are we set up for Tuesday.
-- you were called very beginning of the vice presidential debate last night there was a lot of talk about.
Libya and Ben Ghazi and how was that for Americans were killed over there while the next debate.
Between President Obama and governor Romney is going to be featuring foreign policy so again this is gonna get pulled Centre -- this is something at the Romney campaign likes to talk a lot about.
Reviews in so far just generally believe that it.
Vice President Biden made a mistake last night it was how he framed the administration's response to.
The attacks in Libya on the US embassy so this will be revisited -- are coming up on Tuesday -- And even before thanks so much Steve Brown live in down now also.
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