The pundits have labeled this week as the most important of the 2012 election.
It will live up to the hype when President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney meet for the second presidential debate in a town hall format tonight at Hofstra University on Long Island, N.Y. That means voters who haven’t made up their minds will be asking the questions and Romney and Obama will be free to interact with them rather than be tethered to their podiums. How they interact with the audience will be just as important as how they deal with each other.
Obama needs to come back from a listless performance during the first debate in Denver — the best thing he has going for him are low expectations. The expectations are higher for Romney, who needs to match his previous showing without having the benefit of surprising the media and viewers.
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