A few completely unscientific polls on last night’s debate and the status of the election http://kpnt.co/unscientific_political_story and https://urtak.com/u/56550 via KoPoint’s colleague Doc Stodden. Thanks!
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Urtak Poll: Who won the second presidential #debate? Obama, Romney, Don’t Care.
Keeping in line with our fine tradition of hilarious commentary, join us live here on Google Plus http://kpnt.co/P7oo0x for a chit-chat during the second presidential debate!
KoPoint will moderate and stream a live discussion on debate night from our cozy NYC-based studio.
Pingif you’re in NYC and would like to watch the debate live with us from our Soho studio.
Concluding a few long, sleepless, and exciting weeks on the campaign trail, American Conversation co-hosts Marc and Dan record amidst the confetti from the balcony of the Democratic National Convention moments after President Obama concluded is Presidential nomination speech. We discuss Obama’s acceptance speech, the influence of rhetoric on policy, and the optics of a dirty campaign.
KoPoint’s American Conversation will continue as a weekly discussion about politics and the the campaign through Election Day, 2012. As always, we appreciate your feedback.
Thanks, and stay tuned…
– Dan Patterson
Live From the #DNC2012 in Charlotte, North Carolina
In this episode Dan Patterson and Marc Lizoain are joined by Lisa Wexler of WFAS Radio. Recording from that awkward space between the South Dakota and the Puerto Rico delegations on the floor of the DNC, the trio discuss their reactions to the first night’s speeches. Lisa thinks that Michelle Obama’s speech was phony, but like Julian Castro’s and loved how Deval Patrick brought the Democrats back on offense. Marc wonders whether the DNC will pass by without policy proposals, and Dan keeps the conversation moving, as always.
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