presidential debate http://wfpl.org en Obama-Romney, Round 3: What National Commentators Think http://wfpl.org/post/obama-romney-round-3-what-national-commentators-think <p>The third and final presidential debate of the 2012 election featured President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney arguing foreign policy. At least it was supposed to -- the candidates agreed on many goals and approaches, and the discussion often turned back to domestic issues.&nbsp;National commentators have weighed in. Here's a sampling:</p><p> Tue, 23 Oct 2012 14:07:27 +0000 Joseph Lord 2113 at http://wfpl.org Obama-Romney, Round 3: What National Commentators Think Presidential Debate Preview with WFPL's Phillip M. Bailey and KPR's Kenny Colston http://wfpl.org/post/presidential-debate-preview-wfpls-phillip-m-bailey-and-kprs-kenny-colston <p>Today during <em>Here and Now</em>, WFPL host Jonathan Bastian spent about 10 minutes with WFPL's political editor, Phillip M. Bailey, and Kentucky Public Radio's capital bureau chief, Kenny Colston, discussing tonight's presidential debate.&nbsp;</p><p>They consider the current voter polls going into the debate; latest jobs and economy figures; possible pressure for debate moderator Jim Lehrer to deviate from the expected script; the significance of the location, Colorado; and the pressure on Romney to deliver an aggressive performance.</p> Wed, 03 Oct 2012 18:56:42 +0000 Brad Yost 1880 at http://wfpl.org