Here we go. Debate number two between Pres. Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney. Romney won the coin toss, and was asked the first question from first-time voter college student Jeremy Epstein who is concerned about his future. Romney went so far as to promise him a job when he graduates in 2014 … if he’s elected. CNN’s Candy Crowley is moderating the debate, and as she said she might — and the campaigns were concerned she would — she asked a follow-up to the Town Hall questioner, which led to the first jabs of the night as Obama criticized Romney’s 5-point plan as “a one point plan.”
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