President Obama and Governor Romney disagreed on nearly every issue in the second Presidential debate Tuesday night at Hofstra University in New York.
The two candidates covered a wide range of issues including tax policy, the administration's response to Libya, as well as Governor Romney's 47% comments at a private fundraiser.
Following a broadly considered lackluster performance in the first debate, President Obama was on the attack in Tuesday's debate, saying about Gov. Romney, "He said behind closed doors, 47% of the country considered themselves victims, think about who he was talking about."
Romney countered this comment by saying, "I care about 100% of the American people. I want 100% of the people to have a prosperous future."
Many times during the debate, both Gov. Romney and President Obama attempted to cut each other off, leading up to one of the most tense moments of the debate when Libya was discussed.
Governor Romney said about the attack on the American embassy in Libya, "It was a terrorist attack and it took a long time for that to be told to the American people."
President Obama strongly disagreed with Governor Romney's statement saying, "The suggestion that anybody on my team would play politics or mislead when we've lost four of our own, Governor, is offensive."
Last night's debate was the second of three debates.
The final debate is on Monday at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida.
Early voting begins on Thursday in North Carolina and runs through November 3rd.
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