Students react to presidential debate

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) -- Undecided voters all over the country were taking in Wednesday night's debate, hoping it'll help point them in the right direction.

Hundreds of people gathered at the University of Saint Joseph to watch President Obama and Mitt Romney face off.

News 8's Bob Wilson visited the university to get some reactions.

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northlander41
Romney put to rest the Democrats assault of untruths and deceptions. Mr Obama finally was faced with answering questions regarding the tough issues which the Obama crazed media never chose to ask him & Mr Obama was unable to defend his failed policies - there was no smoke and mirrors available for him on the stage. Mitt Romney was finally able to present himself to the American people as the intelligent and thoughtful leader he is without the media distorting his words. Mr Romney proved he has bridged the partisan gap to serve all the people whereas Mr Obama just want more time to do more of the same failed partisan governing. Finally some hope for us and our kids future when Mitt Romney is elected. Romney/Ryan 2012!
 

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