Complete Video: First Presidential Debate.

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on Oct 3, 2012
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I’m on the board of New Era Colorado. Our fearless leader is at the debate; the photo above was recently taken from Denver University.

Click here for my coverage: Top 10 Points of the First Debate: Aggressive Gov. Romney vs. “Powder Dry” President Obama.

Click here for: Governor Romney & President Obama’s Closing Arguments. {Video}

Watch this for the first part, audio’s messed up in the complete video below (just for the first few minutes):


Complete video:

~ Original post re livestream ~

There’s a ton of places to watch the debate. AOL. Hulu. Democracy Now.

We’re C-Span kinda people, and recommend going there.

For more context, click here.



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5 Responses to “Complete Video: First Presidential Debate.”

  1. Joan says:

    “If Romney wins, I die.”

    No, Big Bird. If Romney wins, you buy your own bird seed.

  2. Emily says:

    Sooo…basically if Romney wins, we lose a prime educational source and gain for visual filth…perfect

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