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And during last week's town hall debate carried live cat was the audience member who asked President Obama the Libya question he didn't get an answer but after the debate -- Obama singled him out talked to him.
But that's special presidential -- did not seal the deal Carrey remain undecided second tonight.
Has he decided this is in London joins us nice -- -- bacteria we've not been waiting to find out have you now decide haven't seen this last debate.
Unfortunately not -- I'm still undecided.
-- -- -- -- It's still the same basic question for me -- it's it's a question.
I mean I thought the president -- on the foreign policy tonight I thought the governor did excellent on the economic situation.
I ultimately think this election will be won based on economics not not foreign policy so I'm I'm still be twist in between.
I -- I have an official poll low from the brain trust a global Telecom supply.
I know IE he talked about -- -- asked about -- curious about what you think so let me ask you manhunt track.
I did use -- so you thought that president -- one on foreign policy and governor Romney won an economics and you say that the decision ultimately.
Fall on economics so it seems to manage just a wild guess if economics is so bored you're -- look for the winner on out what -- under a new economics.
Probably probably four of the brain -- is already going Romney we have one Obama committed bring interest member.
And I'm still undecided but I think you I -- -- really don't put up.
I'm assuming it you know what -- what do you see to that what difference do you see in them what do you what made you like one more like one -- -- think one was smarter or better or more fact.
-- I thought they were both Smart in effect I thought the governor played it low key I think he.
He tried to be try did not look like a warmonger like a very reasoned rational gentlemen.
I thought the president made some very good points on foreign policy but governor Romney I think made the better points on economic policy.
And again Greta I think the elections basically going to be one on on economic conditions here in the states not on foreign policy issues.
Well we're we're running out of time I -- if in a state where probably it's gonna have been made some pretty distant it's a given -- your state is gonna go but as an individual voter.
Between now on Election Day what could possibly happen to influence you one way or the other.
I'll probably decide when I walk in the voting Booth but I think the economic situation in the country probably going to be the final decision.
War that the decision that all give the most week two when I walk in and cast my ballot.
This is harder than other years -- to decide.
Yeah very much I really think it's -- I don't -- know I don't have much -- but I think the social policies that the president is thousands.
But I love governor Romney's record on -- in his own businesses his economic expertise.
And is a business skills and I think that's probably what's more needed now in this country than and any time in the recent past.
Karrie thank -- joining us.
Thank you Greta -- --
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