YES! He'll have to explain his $17K tax benefit cap comment.
9%
NO! He'll avoid any details by claiming "not enough time".
91%

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David J. Cyr 3 years 46 weeks ago

What Romney and Obama say is irrelevant.

The corporate media's event tonight is not a debate! It's just corporate (R) & (D) party theater — entertainment for people who self-restrict themselves to choosing only between evils.

The corporate party will do whatever the corporate party will do, regardless of whether its (R)s or (D)s are installed.

The only relevant actual debate will be online...

WHAT:
Democracy Now! Expanded Presidential Debate
to include non-corporate on-ballot alternative candidates

WHEN:
8:30 pm on Wednesday, October 3

WHERE:
http://www.democracynow.org/

The corporate media routinely restricts participation in POTUS debates to only the corporate party's candidates — the Republican and the Democrat corporate money manufactured sociopaths dedicated to working together to continue the continuum of corporatocracy.

Democracy Now! is providing equal time for on-ballot alternative candidates — pausing their taping of the corporate media's "debate" after each question addressed by the corporate party's (corporate person) candidates... to allow voters to also hear the positions of non-corporate (natural person) candidates.

Participants:
Barack Obama (the corporate party's Democrat)
Mitt Romney (the corporate party's Republican)
Dr. Jill Stein (Green Party)
Rocky Anderson (Justice Party)

NOTE: Gary Johnson (Libertarian) declined the offer to participate

Protest votes are the only votes not wasted!

www.chenangogreens.org

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victory-not-vengence 3 years 46 weeks ago

NO GARY JOHNSON??!! DX

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forestlady11 3 years 46 weeks ago

go GREEN Party....yes for Jill Stein!!

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