Tonight, President Obama and Governor Romney will face off in their town hall-style debate, with questions being asked by independents and undecided voters in the audience.
The four most important fiscal-related issues facing the nation are jobs, the debt, taxes, and the President’s health care law. Here are several questions, related to those topics, that independent voters may wish to consider asking, and both men may wish to consider answering:
A common mantra among conservatives is that this election is the most important in a generation. A common mantra on the left is that the election is about moving the nation forward or moving it back. When it comes to the above issues, both candidates have often been willing to rely on vague statements and general guidelines rather than trust the American people to make an educated choice on what each candidate offers on these tough issues. This town hall may be the last chance before Election Day for low-information voters — many of whom are really looking at the candidates for the first time in 2012 — to fully consider all the facts.
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