Monday's Presidential Debate in Boca Raton, Fla., marked the last chance for President Obama and Governor Romney to go head-to-head on whose policies would better support small business. The evening's theme was foreign policy, but there was plenty of discussion of domestic policies, as well as of how each candidate's approach to foreign relations would influence U.S. businesses, jobs, and trade.
And yet, small business owners were left after this debate with as little concrete information as they were by the previous three about how either candidate's policies might improve their prospects, increase their access to capital, or encourage and support entrepreneurship and the increasing numbers of self-employed Americans.
The candidates got in their first small business quips in response to Bob Schieffer's question, "What do each of you see as America's role in the world?"
Obama charged Romney with having proposed "wrong and wreckless policies" at home and abroad. Romney took theRead More »from Foreign policy debate addresses businesses at home