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Campaign 2012 / Obama vs. Romney / "60 Minutes" / Health Care / A Discussion #1031313

CNN Evening News for Monday, Sep 24, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The appearances by both presidential candidates, President Obama and Mitt Romney, on "60 Minutes" introduced; details given about Romney's changing views. [ROMNEY - speaks about health care with different states having different ways to do it.] [In 2010, 2007, ROMNEY - speaks about universal coverage and "creeping socialism" with care for the uninsured.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Paul Begala and Alex Castellanos about the presidential candidates and health care and Middle East. [BEGALA - says Romney is out of touch with people who don't have health insurance.] [CASTELLANOS - says there are problems with the health care system and that is what Romney is addressing.] Other material: [OBAMA - says there will be bumps in the road" in the Middle East.] [BEGALA - defends Obama's view on international/Middle East issues.] [CASTELLANOS - says Obama lives inside his head: he is distant; suggests Romney needs to campaign looking like a president .]

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