Analysis: Obama, Romney provide the specifics
WASHINGTON (MCT) — The small group of voters who remain undecided or at least open to persuasion in the presidential campaign consistently tell pollsters that they want to hear specifics and don’t like partisan attacks. President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, his Republican challenger, obliged them.
Their debate often wandered far into the byways of Washington policy, including financial regulation, “qualified mortgages” and competing health care plans. Obama left aside much of the central thrust of his campaign — the fierce attacks on Romney’s business record, personal taxes and ideology.
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