Tuesday, October 16, 2012
In an unexpected move, Mitt Romney used his final question at the second presidential debate at Hofstra University to perform a song from The Book of Mormon.
He was disappointed after the first debate and delivered a grave warning earlier in the day, but tonight Chris Matthews was back on board with President Obama.
The town hall format is allowing President Obama to be way more aggressive than he was during the first debate.
The DNC wins the day with RomneyTaxPlan.com. ᔥ GIF Hound President Obama really waited until the last minute to endorse Elizabeth Warren. ᔥ Huffington Post This is why you should never sit on juicy quotes from major political figures. ᔥ Politico Fox Nation is super pumped about Mitt Romney's deserved coin toss victory. ᔥ Media Matters Wine critic Eric Asimov takes on White House Honey Ale. ᔥ NYTimes
Chris Matthews raises the stakes for tonight's debate.
"We will either see a spirited defense by Barack Obama of his four year record or we won't. If we see it, this election campaign will take a strong new life. If we don't, something historic will begin to die."ᔥ Huffington Post
In his opening monologue at Comedy Central's "Night of Too Many Stars," Jon Stewart talks about his Rumble with Bill O'Reilly and the work of New York Collaborates for Autism.
CNN's Candy Crowley plans to live up to her tough reputation tonight and hold the candidates' feet to the fire with follow-up questions, despite what is outlined in the campaigns' Memorandum of Understanding. ᔥ Politico
After Jimmy Kimmel told Honey Boo Boo that Mitt Romney prefers Snooki over her, the seven-year-old reality star confirms that she's supporting President "Marack Obama."
Random audience member Brian Posehn asks Patton Oswalt a town hall-style question so he can demonstrate how Mitt Romney should be diplomatic with his answers tonight.