In some ways, the Oct. 3 presidential debate at the University of Denver broke little new ground.
President Barack Obama criticized former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney for supporting policies that “skew toward the rich” and for planning a $5 trillion tax cut. The Republican challenger countered by saying that Obama’s vision of bigger government and higher taxes will inhibit economic growth.
Commentary by pundits has revolved around who bested whom, who wasn’t making eye contact with whom, and who didn’t give enough details.
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