In the final debate, President Obama played offense, saying Mitt Romney is "all over the map." Romney called Obama's leadership weak. The debate, which was supposed to focus on foreign policy, covered Syria, Iran, Afghanistan and more - but the economy and other domestic issues were never far away from the discussion.
Now that the debates have wrapped, what questions were not answered? What issues did you want to be addressed that weren't?
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Earlier this week, GPS readers weighed in on what they thought the presidential candidates should discuss.
Mithila Saraf was one of many who suggested that Iran’s nuclear program should be the key U.S. concern.
“Between America’s commitments to Israel and the escalating tensions between Iran and several of its neighbors, America’s action (or inaction) in this matter will be vital to how the situation unfolds,” Saraf said. “So far, the Obama administration has held a firm verbal stance, but there has been little inclination towards physical force. Several Republicans have expressed…that they would want to change that.”
Some readers, meanwhile, were more succinct, but no less emphatic about what they wanted Obama and Romney to talk about. Rotney O’Shea, for example, simply noted:
“Global warming. Iran. Global inequality. Why we are still in Afghanistan? What are we going to do about Syria?”
What do you think? What unanswered questions do you have?