LIVEBLOG: Second Presidential Debate

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Final Thoughts

The debate is now over. This debate was a lot more lively than the last presidential debate, as both candidates multiple times were interrupting one another, and even correcting each other. President Obama seemed a lot more alive than the last debate, and he spoke more than three minutes and ten seconds longer than Governor Romney. The main talking points during tonight’s debate were energy, immigration, economy, and foreign affairs. The next debate is Monday October 22 at 9:00 pm.

10:39 p.m.

Obama says he doesn’t believe government creates jobs. He says everyone should have a fair shot and everyone should play by the same rules, because that’s how you create the middle class.

10:36 p.m.

The next question is about what is true and not true about the two candidates based on what has been said during this campaign. Romney is describing how he is an advocate for the American people in many aspects, including economy, energy, and education. He says if I become president I will get America working again.