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Getting ready for tonight’s debate…

I really want to think about those things Romney is lying about so that when they pop up in the debate I can yell at the television and wish him ill results in the election.

For instance, when Mittens says Obama added more to the deficit than any previous President, we should look at the facts:

 

Did you see what those Repiglicans did?

 

It’s interesting, then, that Obama has the trust of Americans on most issues, but somehow Romney has labeled himself as the deficit reducer — given the things he seems to be representing, this is really impossible. I think people need to think this over and I hope Obama clarifies everything tonight.

 

Great lead for Obama on handling an unexpected crisis.

And look what Obama scored in government spending vs. the Repilicans’ great hero Reagan:

 

Ok… I have high expectations for Obama tonight. I hope you do, too.

 

Moderators for Presidential Debates Announced Today:

 

And here they are:

PBS’ Jim Lehrer will moderate the first presidential debate on Oct. 3 at the University of Denver.

Candy Crowley, host of CNN’s “State of the Union,” will host the second—a town-hall format—on Oct. 16 at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y.

CBS NewsBob Schieffer—who snagged the first joint interview with Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan on Sunday—will moderate the third presidential debate, Oct. 22 in Boca Raton, Fla.

Martha Raddatz, ABC News’ chief foreign correspondent, will host the lone vice presidential debate on Oct. 11 in Danville, Ky.

Lehrer and Schieffer were both moderators in 2008.