Watch Tonight's Presidential Debate Online (VIDEO)

Well, this is it! Tonight marks the third and final presidential debate. Starting at 9pm Eastern / 8pm Central / 7pm Mountain / 6pm Pacific, President Barack Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney will face off for the last time before the November election, this time at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida. "Face the Nation" host Bob Schieffer will moderate, and you can watch the whole shebang live right here!


UPDATE: Here's the archived video:

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The debate went well for both men but Obama appeared bad tempered and child like at times. I think Romney is the only hope for a US economic recovery also I do not want Mr Obama to win the election as he plans to join with the United Nations if re-elected and tax all internet use and place restrictions on freedom of use. He is going to use a treaty situation for this which means he won`t need to go through a congressional vote. This will mean it will become expensive for people to use the internet. I fear our goverment may follow suit. Everyone is entitled to their opinion and this is mine.
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Uncommitted voters handed President Obama a clear win, 53% to 23%, against Mitt Romney. The debate went well for one man, President Obama. Willard was completely outclassed on foreign policy. Willard basically agreed with everything President Obama is doing and will do on foreign affairs.

Romney is the only hope for a US economic recovery...? He's for the same failed trickle-down economic policies of Dubya Bush that gave us the Great Recession. Give more unfunded and unneeded tax cuts to the top richest 2%, to the tune of $5 trillion dollars, while cutting education, health care, and unemployment benefits to the middle class and working poor. He actually dissed 47% of Americans calling them 'victims' who 'should take personal responsibility and care for their lives'--that's the elderly, veterans, and working poor. He actually said, "my job is not to worry about those people."

Thurston Howell Romney's Bain Capital was not only one of the pioneers in outsourcing jobs to China, it actually invested in firms in the '90s that advised companies on how to profit from moving US jobs overseas.

"Mr. Business" won't specify one single detail to how he will do anything he says. It's arithmetic, and his math doesn't add up. The guy who is hiding his tax returns is the guy who is hiding what he will do with your tax returns.
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What you say is not true. The tax you are referring to wouldn't be a tax on internet users, but only on the biggest (!) content providers for their traffic. That's a big difference. Another thing is that the UN don't hold the power to enforce such regulations demanded by ETNO - getting the vote of the nation states is practically impossible on such an issue.



http://www.forbes.com/sites/kellyphillipserb/2012/06/08/is-the-u-n-trying-to-tax-the-internet/

http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/75346.html
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For those of you who missed it tonight, here's how it went:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DeKsjp1KZdc&feature=endscreen&NR=1
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