DENVER (CNN) - President Barack Obama and GOP challenger Mitt Romney face off on Wednesday in the first of three presidential debates
While Obama holds a lead in several key battleground states, the race nationally has been locked in a dead heat for months. The debate offers an opportunity for Obama or Romney to gain some momentum and break the logjam.
Here are five things to watch for on Wednesday:
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Most of the people already made up their mind after watching 47% comment.
Things to watch for?
Media bias. Moderator bias.
Lies and deceit.
The spin room, where the liars and deceivers dwell.
Traitors to America.
Romney likes to stick his right hand in his pocket when he's feeling "confident".