In a Vice Presidential debate of personalities, expect comedy, blue collar politicking, maybe a bloody nose and perhaps a rehashing of the Affordable Care Act debate, all amid the backdrop of Romney's bounce in the polls.
Syracuse University is set to host a thought-provoking debate on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) at the National Press Club on March 29. A panel of experts will be assembled by SU from the Cato Institute, the National Senior Citizens Law Center and Princeton University along with a moderator who has over three decades of experience on Capitol Hill, to debate the constitutionality of the PPACA and whether it is good public policy.
Last week, Rick Santorum gave a speech billed as his "major speech on healthcare." One young child asked the Pennsylvania senator about the costs of medical care in America. He asked what Santorum would do in order to lower the costs of healthcare in the country.
Gingrich stays on point that the initial step toward dismantling 40 percent of President Obama's government on his first day would be repealing health care. Romney maintains he would enable states to opt out.