The first of the series of four presidential debates start on Wednesday, October 3rd. There are debates each week this month, and focus on different topics. This week the candidates will discuss domestic policy. Economic recovery plans, jobs, and taxes will dominate the conversation. The political pundits across all networks are hyping the debate as a game changer for each campaign. Contrary to popular opinion, Michel Cohen from The Guardian contends that debates “rarely, if ever, move public opinion polls or affect the final outcome of elections.” However, this election may differ with American’s enthusiasm waning in the election process, and the debate may be the spark. If you're apart of the apathetic America that Samuel L. is telling to wake the F up, you might want watch the debate to help solidify your voting decision.
Here’s a grandiose cornucopia of politics, music, books and movies to keep your culture intact. The quintessential political main event, Presidential debates starts this Wednesday. A must see documentary about the drug war releases this week in select theaters. Flylo releases his album. Lastly, Trip Lee releases his inspirational book.
Obama and Romney Debate in Colorado
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