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Mitt shot his whole wad in the first debate.
— Eleanor H. Norton (@EleanorNorton) October 17, 2012
Obama would be more convincing if he weren't the incumbent. He keeps talking like he just started last month.
— nickgillespie (@nickgillespie) October 17, 2012
Also, somebody should tell Obama that the Second Amendment was created so people could protect themselves from the government. #debate
— Josh Peterson (@jdpeterson) October 17, 2012
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— Steve Myers (@myersnews) October 17, 2012
Immigration debate was a bit surreal, because both candidates have been fairly weak and timid on immigration issues.
— Nicholas Kristof (@NickKristof) October 17, 2012
Romney very good critique of Obama's first four years: "He's great as a speaker. But we have a record to look at."
— Stephen Hayes (@stephenfhayes) October 17, 2012
For all the hits that Obama has made at Romney one thing he hasn't touched: 47%
— Sam Stein (@samsteinhp) October 17, 2012
Absolutely spectacular answer by Romney regarding the differences between Bush and himself. Homerun!!!
— Noel Sheppard (@NoelSheppard) October 17, 2012
"Every woman in America should have access to contraceptives" - Mitt Romney. WOW.
— rachelsklar (@rachelsklar) October 17, 2012
— Presente.Org (@PresenteOrg) October 17, 2012
There's not much "town" in this hall.
— david carr (@carr2n) October 17, 2012
If this debate were in 1823, one of the candidates would have just challenged the other guy to a duel.
— Chris Moody (@Chris_Moody) October 17, 2012
"I appreciate windjobs." -Mitt Romney, October 16, 2012 #isthataeuphemism
— Gina Thelemann (@Gina_Bean) October 17, 2012
Political candidates definitely do not fight about who is friendlier to the energy industry in every country
— Max Fisher (@Max_Fisher) October 17, 2012
Obama won the Detroit exchange: "What Gov Romney said just isn't true." Tightly argued, and accurate
— Ron Fournier (@ron_fournier) October 17, 2012
Like last time, both men hit their five point plans. Don't mention they're basically the same five points. npr.org/2012/10/03/162…
— Ari Shapiro (@Ari_Shapiro) October 17, 2012
Key line: "Governor Romney doesn't have a five point plan. He has a one point plan." Helping rich get richer. #debate
— Greg Sargent (@ThePlumLineGS) October 17, 2012
How will you create jobs? Romney: [unspecified]. Obama: manufacturing fetishism, education, Green Jobs.
— Josh Barro (@jbarro) October 17, 2012
Candy Crowley takes the stage, tells everyone to turn off their electronics... and her mic goes out. Not that, guys.
— McKay Coppins (@mckaycoppins) October 17, 2012
Oh good, I was worried that this was the mime #debate.
— Ryan Teague Beckwith (@ryanbeckwith) October 17, 2012