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Press Applaud Obama
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The Wall Street Journal's James Taranto has a column seeking to explain why the press applauded President Obama in the debate when he said his pension isn't as big as Mitt Romney's: "affluent people with elitist pretensions often have a strong distaste for the wealthy, especially those, like Romney, who earned their riches by being successful in business. If you want to find bitterness against 'the 1%,' don't look at 'the 99%.' Instead, focus in on the 98th percentile." Mr. Taranto also has some shrewd analysis of Candy Crowley's performance as debate moderator, particularly in the Libya portion of the debate.

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Hofstra Debate Word Count
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Powerline reports on a memo from CNN's Mark Whitaker that seeks to explain why President Obama got to speak for four minutes more than Mitt Romney in the Hofstra presidential debate the other night. Says the memo, "On why Obama got more time to speak, it should be noted that Candy and her commission producers tried to keep it even but that Obama went on longer largely because he speaks more slowly. We're going to do a word count to see whether, as in Denver, Romney actually got more words in even if he talked for a shorter period of time."

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Hofstra Debate Word Count
futureofcapitalism.com

Powerline reports on a memo from CNN's Mark Whitaker that seeks to explain why President Obama got to speak for four minutes more than Mitt Romney in the Hofstra presidential debate the other night. Says the memo, "On why Obama got more time to speak, it should be noted that Candy and her commission producers tried to keep it even but that Obama went on longer largely because he speaks more slowly. We're going to do a word count to see whether, as in Denver, Romney actually got more words in even if he talked for a shorter period of time."

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Press Applaud Obama
futureofcapitalism.com

The Wall Street Journal's James Taranto has a column seeking to explain why the press applauded President Obama in the debate when he said his pension isn't as big as Mitt Romney's: "affluent people with elitist pretensions often have a strong distaste for the wealthy, especially those, like Romney, who earned their riches by being successful in business. If you want to find bitterness against 'the 1%,' don't look at 'the 99%.' Instead, focus in on the 98th percentile." Mr. Taranto also has some shrewd analysis of Candy Crowley's performance as debate moderator, particularly in the Libya portion of the debate.

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