GOP VP candidate Paul Ryan and Vice President Joe Biden spent the day largely out of sight as they prepared for their high stakes debate in Danville, Kentucky on Thursday night. President Obama implied in a radio interview that he would be less ''polite'' in his second debate with Mitt Romney next Tuesday. (October 11, 2012)
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