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New York Daily News: 'Face Of The Nation'

Not much more for me to say. The New York Daily News summed it up pretty well. The debate will not change the True Believers' minds. But let's hope for those people out there who think they have the luxury of either not voting or voting for someone other than these two, they'll at least reconsider that thought.
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