This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Obama campaign spokesman Ben Labolt about Obama, Romney and business and whether Obama is being hypocritical in taking money from equity businesses. [LABOLT - says Romney is campaigning as a job creator, not wealth creator, but we are not questioning the private equity business; comments on what Mayor Booker said.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen about the Bain game. [GERGEN - says Obama's campaign strategy about Romney/equity/Bain is a surprise; calls the Obama ad a "personal attack"; notes what Booker said was about marginal distractions in the campaign.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former New Jersey Governor Jim McGreevey and former prosecutor Marcia Clark about the judge's sentence in the Ravi-Clementi webcam spying case. [McGREEVEY - says a long jail sentence would not educate, but make Ravi a scapegoat and we put a spotlight on bullying and homophobia; comments on the frustration of the gay community in general: the system worked this time.] [CLARK - explains why the sentence is too light.]
(Studio: Isha Sesay) NATO's acceptance of President Obama's exit strategy for Afghanistan; more demonstrations at Chicago at the NATO summit; a surge in the stock market and the sale of a Babe Ruth baseball jersey for 4.4 million dollars reported.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Interfaith Alliance president Rev. Welton Gaddy and attorney Areva Martin about Worley's comments about gays and lesbians. [GADDY - says some use the Bible to promote hateful messages rather than the love of God.] [MARTIN - says churches are prohibited from making political stances due to tax issues.]