Media Circus: Candidates Brawl, Pundits Reverse Course Yet Again

Pundits fretted that the town hall format for Tuesday’s presidential exchange would yield tepid results: undecided voters posing questions with little more than a passing touch from the moderator. The media’s storyline quickly shifted, however, from the pressure facing the president after the previous debate to his more energetic performance.» E-Mail This » Add to Del.icio.us

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Media Circus: Candidates Brawl, Pundits Reverse Course Yet Again

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