Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Watch Second 2012 Presidential Debate Full Video Replay

LONG ISLAND, New York -- Watch the full length video replay of the second 2012 Presidential Debate between President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney which took place at Hofstra University on Tuesday, October 16, 2012 at 9 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time  /  7 p.m. Mountain Daylight Time  /  6 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time.   
 
The second Presidential Debate 2012 lasted for approximately 90 minutes.
 
 
 



Viewers can comment below as the debate unfolds about what they think of Mitt Romney and Barack Obama's debate performances, policies, and 'zingers.'


This is a foreign and domestic policy Presidential Debate in a town hall format.  


This second 2012 Presidential Debate was moderated by CNN Chief Political Correspondent Candy Crowley.

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18 comments:

  1. I voted for Obama in 2008...he did nothing that he said he was going to do...now he refuses to state what he will do the next 4 years...he has lost my vote!

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  2. Obama seemed to be more aggressive than last time. Obama seemed to be a natural person wanting to use natural gas and not coal like Mitt Romney. Yes, cutting coal factories would cause millions to lose their jobs but if we would go in Obama's plan, it would open millions of jobs which would cause an increase in our economy. Mitt Romney seemed to be wanting to go on the counter attack but Obama kept his persistent. Obama seemed to have won this debate...

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    1. you're obviously biased

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    2. Faded, I worked in the coal industry. I say worked because I no longer have a job. Because of the current administrations policies coal production has been cut in half. Therefore, workers were let go. The mine where I worked is in the Powder River Basin in Wyoming. At the In 2007 the mine where I worked mined 92 million tons of coal of which 72 million was bought for electric power plants. Do you know why your power bill has gone up since 2008? It's because do to your president's policies the power companies have to buy the coal they need at a higher rate. It doubled when Obama took office. Therefore they only buy what they need when they need it. In the Basin alone over 100,000 jobs were cut in the first 2 yrs of this administration alone. This man would rather spend, or I should say waste, Our tax dollars on green energy that has gone bankrupt. 90 billion so far with no end in sight. We just lost another half a billion on that battery company for electric cars. BTW you want to talk about out sourcing jobs. The company that is buying up that company is the same one that bought Solyndra when it went belly up. You have probably heard of it. It's the one the the president said can't build a wind farm close to one our military bases for National security reasons. How many jobs were lost in those ventures? I apologize for getting short. I get a little upset when I and quite a few of my friends are out of the work we love because of this lying president.

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  3. It seems like he said more of what he would do than Romney. I feel like Romney kept saying the same things over and over again.

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  4. Go No Drama Obama bringing pain to tha old rolla

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  5. Mr.President, former President George W. Bush an oilman??? Correction Mr.President, DUBYA was not an oilman, DUBYA was a broke dick oilman.

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  6. Out of all the questions asked, only 1 seemed to have been answered!

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  7. Reality is people...do we really want 4 more years of teleprompters and rhetoric? Or someone who might actually try something different? What can it hurt? It can't get any worse!!

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  8. Romney man hes so fake man and hes a bully. Don't let Romney bully America.

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  9. Obama's back, baby! Take that, Tea Party!

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  10. Romney is lying his ass off on all fronts. He got kicked to the gutter by Obama this time, as well he should.

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  11. Dear FadedWannabe, your profile name says it all. Time for some real change. Not just the kind that Obama left in my paycheck....

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  12. I think that Romney has better ideas for moving our country forward. But he is annoying in these debates.

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  13. Obama is back stronger than ever. Romney never stood a chance. Obama is better with people. This is his element.

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  14. Replay the section directed to Romney on the tax question about deductions and credits. As a homeowner, senior citizen, former small business owner and cancer survivor who has filed taxes on time every year, capping credits and deductions at $25,000 is a scary thought. Anyone who has experienced a serious illness and/or survived hospitalization due to an accident knows that medical deductions can easily exceed the number Romney picked by a significant factor. Ask any cancer survivor or a parent of a cancer survivor about medical bills. When he gets specific about tax reform, it is very clear that Romney is absolutely clueless about what real families experience.

    I agree with Obama: Let the Bush era tax provisions that favor the wealthy expire. Let the wealthy be more accountable for their fair share of paying taxes and reduce the rate of taxes for the middle class.

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  15. I really wish Gary Johnson had been allowed into these debates. Love him, hate him, agree, disagree... he is still a presidential candidate with a mathematical possibility of being elected. In all fairness, we should get to hear what he has to say, too.

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  16. Slow and steady win the race,yea i must admit we pay more at the pump now that because we're not relying on foreign oil and gas as much. Anyone that really cares about this country and the earth we live on should understand the sacrifice that we have to make not only to be truly be independent but to be a leader to the rest of the world. When it come to economy we have to remember that when Obama came to office people was LOSING job the global economy was at a standstill so in 4 years he has done an excellent job not only by stopping the further downward spiral but now making progress. One more thing when your in dept the smart thing to do is increase your income and cut your unnecessary spending, and when your balance then u save and invest so u would never put yourself in that position again. Think about how is doing that!!!!!

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