Riding high after a strong showing in the first presidential debate, Mitt Romney saw his poll numbers improve on a range of issues, while President Obama sought to minimize the damage from a debate performance crticized as passive. (October 5, 2012)
Yeah. Last night. The right man for the job. And it's -- back here. It's gonna be the next United States that David that Ronnie ladies and gentlemen. May not gonna -- the next president of the United States met. -- Now last night was an important night for the country because people got. I. Got the chance to. They got the chance to cut through all the the attacks and counterattacks and all the pediatrics associate it with a campaign ads that they were able -- substance I got the chance to ask the president. Questions that people across the country wanted to ask him such as why is it that he pushed obamacare at a time when we had 23 million people out of work. I ask that you don't. Why why is it that the that the middle class is still buried in this country why is that we have 23 million people out of work. Now last night governor Romney ruled out raising a dime of taxes on anybody ever no matter how much money -- him. He ruled out closing the loophole that gives oil companies four billion dollars in corporate welfare. He -- to you refused to even acknowledge the loophole would give tax breaks to corporate ship jobs overseas. And when he was asked what he would actually do to cut them. And reduce spending. He's ready to eliminate funding for public television. Now when -- I mean. Thank -- If somebody is finally getting tough on big bird.