VP Biden, Ryan debate defense spending, tax cuts

DANVILLE, Ky. - Vice President Joe Biden and Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan faced off last night in a lively, spirited debate in Danville, Ky.Last night's first and only vice presidential debate showcased sharp differences between the two men as they focused on domestic and international issues, discussing defense spending and tax cuts to the middle class.Both President Obama and Mitt Romney were pleased with their running mates' performance.CNN and CNBC polls show Ryan as the winner, while a CBS poll finds Biden won last night's debate. Long Islanders' opinions on the debate were mixed, but all agreed there was quite a bit of verbal sparring throughout the night.President Obama, Romney prepare for Hofstra debateVIDEO: Vice presidential debateVP Debate: Biden, Ryan at each other on everything

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