House Speaker John Boehner recently announced who will chair all of the major House committees in the next Congress. And it turns out that they all have something in common besides party affiliation: they are all white men.
As expected, Saturday Night Live took on the second presidential debate, with Jay Pharoah as President Obama and Jason Sudeikis mimicking Republican challenger Mitt Romney. Unlike parody of the first presidential debate, President Obama wasn’t suffering from altitude sickness. “This isn’t Colorado anymore Governor,” Obama said energetically. “This is sea-level.”
Second Presidential debate moderator Candy Crowley appeared on CNN’s show ‘Starting Point’ to address critics’ complaints who said that she backtracked on her fact-check of Mitt Romney during the debate.
Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney during the second presidential debate said, ‘I went to a number of women’s groups and said, ‘Can you help us find folks?’ and they brought us whole binders full of women.’ The reaction of his statement was swift. Internet memes sprung up within no time and the hashtag #bindersfullofwoman became a trending topic on Twitter.
Katherine Fenton of Floral Park felt ‘extremely lucky’ to have an opportunity to ask a question during the second presidential debate held at Hofstra University. It was her question on gender inequality in the workplace that elicited the much mocked ‘binder full of women’ response from Republican candidate Mitt Romney.
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Even though the 2012 race to White House has not ended yet, we have gazillion moments and incidents that have taken place so far that can be termed as unforgettable. While we are ready for a lot more of such moments in the days to come, here are the top five unforgettable moments of Us Elections 2012 so far!
Republican Presidential Nominee Mitt Romney’s son, Tagg Romney took serious offense when President Obama during the second presidential debate called his father ‘dishonest’. In fact, he took it so personally that he wanted to punch the president, believe it or not.
Even during presidential elections they have been providing us with continuous dose of entertainment with their tremendous talent.
With the race towards White House tightening, President Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney almost butted heads during the second presidential debate, 2012. They literally engaged a hard hitting and feisty debate at Hofstra University, New York. Both candidates often strayed from the town hall debate format to launch personal attacks on each other. And yes, both were under a lot of pressure.
The rather feisty faceoff between President Obama and Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney in the second presidential debate was high on energy level, but like always, both stumbled when it came to facts. Incumbent Obama and challenger Romney misquoted facts at various places throughout the debate.
After a lackluster performance in the first presidential debate, President Barack Obama fought back in his second faceoff with Republican challenger Mitt Romney. The town hall-style debate at Hofstra University between both candidates witnessed a sharp exchange of words between the two.
The town hall-style debate at Hofstra University between President Barack Obama and Republican Nominee Mitt Romney represented intelligent and sharp exchanges between the candidates, sparring in edgy moments.
The Second Presidential debate between incumbent President Barack Obama and Republican rival Mitt Romney took place at Hofstra University in New York. CNN’s chief political correspondent Candy Crowley was the moderator for the Second Presidential debate of 2012.
Following Mitt Romney’s commanding performance in the first presidential debate and the positive bump it gave him in the polls, President Barack Obama is under pressure to perform well in the second presidential debate.