Who Won the Debate Last Night: The Presidential Debate According to Twitter

Last night was the second presidential debate. Here's the evening, as seen on Twitter. 

On unemployment and disillusioned college students ...




Romney really wanted the Detroit issue settled ...


On energy...






What about the coal, Mitt?


And more drilling of course ...





And onto tax plans ...


This math can't be right?



But, it is all China's fault ...


And put more money into defense ...



How about pay equity for women?


One of the best lines of the night.




There was no real solution here, just a binder full of women.



How is Romney different from George W. Bush?




And Obama actually made Bush look like a saint!



Why should people vote for Obama again?


Romney says that we are in a worse place now than four years ago.



Immigration time. Thank you, Lorraine ... or Lorena?






What happened in Libya?




For the record, she fact-checked Romney, but also said that Obama was wrong as well. She said they both had to get their facts straight. 


How about the issues with AK-47s and gun control?


There was no real answer from Obama, and then Romney says that traditional family systems will solve for violence. That will do it ...




How can you help keep jobs in the US?


And Apple made an appearance in this debate ... thanks for outsourcing Apple!



The final question ...



That about sums it up!



 

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Belinda Moreira

Belinda is a Teach for America 2013 Corp Member and 10th grade English teacher in the DC Region. She is a graduate of Georgetown University. She also has a particular interest for education policy, and is originally from Houston, TX.

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