Debate 4: Foreign Policy / Debate Coverage / Election Info

Final Debate: What to look for tonight

The final debate of the presidential elections will be on foreign policy and will take place in Lynn University in Boca Raton, Fl.

This will be Barack Obama’s final presidential debate, so expect him to come out hard and unwavering like he did last week.  Mitt Romney will try and make sure Obama doesn’t become the prominent voice in the proceedings, as well as continue to put emphasis on the crisis in Libya.

The debate will be moderated by Bob Schieffer.


One thought on “Final Debate: What to look for tonight

  1. The key here is image, not the issues. The US electorate, by and large, do not care two hoots what goes on outside of the continental United States (they mostly don’t care about Hawaii or Alaska either). The questions are Bob Schieffer’s, not shared with campaigns or aides, and it is the 90 minutes of the debate that will burn into the television audience’s minds who they should elect to be the next President of the United States.

    (That said – the issues still matter:

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