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If  you were the narrator for tonight's debate, what questions would you ask of each candidate? I wrote down a few I would ask. See what you think.

Governor Romney:

You've bashed President Obama on his handling of the economy, yet you've not put forth a plan of your own. Have you designed a  plan to get Americans back to work and if so what is it?

Paying down America's debt is mandatory. You've said you can do that without raising taxes on the already overburdened middle class. You've not disclosed how you would do this. Without a plan, why should we believe you?

You've criticized Medicare and the Obama Health Care plan repeatedly. If elected,  what would you do to insure all American's would have adequate health care at a cost they can afford, without raising taxes?

Statistics tell us battery assisted automobiles simply aren't selling, and American's dependency on foreign oil is as strong as ever. Gasoline and diesel prices are over four dollars per gallon in many parts of the country. Do you have a  plan to increase oil production in America, and if so , what is it?

President Obama:

You've been unable to lower unemployment below eight per cent, why should we believe that the next four years would be any different?

Because of the  nations drought, we have shortages in crops, corn for one. All consumers now face price increases on many food products as a result. Knowing this, why did you export millions of tons of corn overseas?

Which ever plan you put in place to improve the economy, or reduce the debt, is of no consequence if you don't have the votes in the House and Senate to get it passed. How do you get around that?

Statistics tell us battery assisted automobiles simply aren't selling, and American's dependency on foreign oil is as strong as ever. Gasoline and diesel prices are over four dollars per gallon in many parts of the country. Do you have a  plan to increase oil production in America, and if so , what is it?