Today at 4 PM on Bloomberg TV, some of the nations top business leaders will discuss how they are coming together to fix our nation's fiscal crisis.
We may have heard less about the national debt in this second debate. It’s clear that the American people know what we need to do. But does Congress?
Folks in Kentucky know a good horse race when they see one. But beyond the excitement of tonight’s match-up, there’s palpable concern among many informed voters here about the nation’s escalating debt and a divided Congress who won’t come together to fix it.
The big problem we’ll have is harnessing and capitalizing on all the potential in our country if our debt continues to grow uncontrollably.
There have been eight televised vice presidential debates since 1976. And save for a few remarkable gaffes, most candidates have predictably hit all the requisite marks: Praise your running mate, stick to generalities and keep your own policy ideas to yourself. But tomorrow’s debate could be markedly different.
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