Obama to take another chance on Second Presidential Debate in New York

Obama to take another chance on Second Presidential Debate in New York

Hempstead : NY : USA | Oct 15, 2012 at 1:09 PM PDT
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US President Barack Obama (R) and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney (L) end the first presidential debate

During the First Presidential Debate Mitt Romney won in answering America's future if elected president on November. This time, President Obama can't afford another devastating debate and needs to show to America that he has a better plan for all Americans not only for the 47% Americans, which Romney mentioned during his controversial fund raising campaign.

Obama, being encouraged by his running mate Joe Biden in last week vice presidential debate against Paul Ryan. Last week presidential debate put Obama down to 6% gap from the Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney. As the result of the debate, voters believed Romney has a better plan in creating jobs to dealing with taxes, military missions and responding to the catastrophes just like what happened few weeks ago in Libya.

America's Ambassador to Libya has been killed and including three staff member. Mitt Romney criticized President Obama's condemnation in the outrageous attacked in Libya, by which he called Obama's respond to incident was "disgraceful".

This time voters says that they are confident that Obama needs to stay in the White House to finished what just started. The new polls showed that 49% voters are in favor to Obama compared to 46% voters who still believed to Romney's policies.

Few weeks ago, it was reported that more Americans has been employed since Obama took the office in 2008. This achievement gives credit to Obama's Administration and to Obama as he seeks for another four years in the White House.

The Second President Debate will be held at Hofstra University in, New York on October 16, 2012. Obama and Romney, both will answer their Foreign and domestic policy.

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Obama needs to tell his real plans on their Second Presidential Debate
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