3rd and final debate tonight 7pm edt
The 3rd USA Presidential Debate starts earlier than normal tonight at 7pm.
We'll be running a live fan chat event at http://www.LivePoliticalChat.com/go/19378 so feel free to forward this email and invite your friends to join you during the live fan chat simulcast.
Does either candidate have an edge on Foreign Policy?
With Lebanon being pulled into the Syrian conflict over the past few days does either candidate have an edge?
It will be interesting to see if Israel forms a significant portion of the debate or will they steer clear of this "third rail" issue as neither candidate has a solution palatable for all voters.
Will either candidate seriously address the bigger "Foreign Policy" issue begins at home with the realisation that 'Merica has to slim down its resource demands and that the end of cheap food and peak oil is upon us and unless we can fit into a global equilibrium "resource" issues with China/India/Indonesia will dominate the next few decades making territorial issues in the middle east look like an easy problem to solve.
Is the future of USA foreign policy one of engagement or of competition - what do you think?
Will there ever be an American Third Party candidate?
Bloomberg made an interesting move yesterday with his "Center pac". What are your thoughts can we ever have a successful Third Party candidate or are the dollars/numbers required just never going to make this possible and even Romne"sias" move towards the center over the past few weeks cost him political capital?
For all the Gary Johnson fans out there http://www.LivePoliticalChat.com will also be hosting a live fan chat during Tuedays "Third Party" debate hosted by Larry King. On stage live discussing the issues will be Gary Johnson (Libertarian Party), Jill Stein (Green Party), Virgil Goode (Constitution Party) and Rocky Anderson (Justice Party).
Unfortunately watching Tuesday's Third-Party debate will be a little harder, RT America (Ch 135 on TimeWarner) will be the only channel carrying it live (C-Span are talking about carrying it live but still to be confirmed). Alternatively fire up your browser and head over to http://freeandequal.org/events/presidential-debate/ to watch the video and then join in the live fan chat at http://www.LivePoliticalChat.com/go/19379 from 9pm Tuesday.
Will 'CBS' Schieffer win the Debate Moderator title?
During the second debate on Oct. 16, there were 122 interruptions in total — an average of 1.4 per minute, according to George Mason University's Center for Media and Public Affairs
Being in such a high profile role is a thankless task, i figure if at the end of the night you go home and both sides hate you equally (including the public) then you've done your job well.
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