President Obama and Challenger Mitt Romney Actually Had to Answer the Questions Asked During the Live Taping of We the People Presidential Debate -- 'In Their Own Words'(tm)
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Oct. 16, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- The audience was abuzz with excitement upon seeing the pageantry and flair of a well-produced nationally televised Presidential Debate as the TV cameras rolled Friday evening at the Andrew Robinson Theater on University of North Florida campus. They captured for posterity, the first historic Virtual Presidential Debate - the We The People Presidential Debate® - "In Their Own Words"™ sponsored by Tea Party Express™ (www.TeaPartyExpress.org) and moderated by Fox News Contributor and nationally syndicated radio talk show host Mike Gallagher (bio) of the "Mike Gallagher Show" on the Salem Radio Network.
"The quintessential professional broadcaster, Mike Gallagher was at the top of his game," explains Executive Producer Clyde Fabretti. "His knowledge of the issues, his entertaining style and velvet delivery made for an amazing live taping event. All will be seen by viewers who tune in when the show airs nationally on October 23rd."
As the last Presidential showdown before the November 6th election, this 1 hour exclusive TV Special will air as a webcast on October 23rd at 9PM Eastern at www.BigVoicesMedia.com, and will also simulcast for viewing through ROKU Internet TV and smart phones. Several Cable TV Networks have also shown interest in the program. [See trailer at bigvoicesmedia.com/wethepeople]
During Friday's live taping, the audience responded with an array of reactions from roaring cheers, to groans of astonishment, and even standing ovations. There were plenty of rave reviews as they poured out of the theater having just watched the candidates images positioned vertically on large plasma TV screens behind the podiums. Their answers were delivered "In Their Own Words"™ from historic footage found by the Big Voices Media researchers.
"It was beautifully laid out," explained Kathy Gibson, an Orlando resident who drove to Jacksonville to be in the live audience. "It was exciting to see them in their own words, without being able to get away from or wiggle out of their stated positions, because they were stuck with their own words on video. This is a must see when this program airs later this month."
Fabretti explains, "Questions were asked that are not typically asked in traditional Presidential debates. And the answers are ones that the candidates hope the public would forget."
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