Tomorrow on Up w/ Chris Hayes we'll be dissecting Wednesday night's presidential debate. We'll examine the "Obama brand," look back at the president's past debate performances and discuss the similarities between Mitt Romney's sudden tack to the left and President George W. Bush's "compassionate conservatism." We'll also examine the return of "fuzzy math" when it comes to Romney's and Ryan's tax plans. And we'll look at one of the most galling moments of the entire debate: Romney casting himself as a crusader for financial reform, despite fierce Republican opposition to the Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform bill.
Joining Chris at 8 AM ET on MSNBC will be:
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA), currently serving her 11th term in Congress, senior member of the House Committee on Financial Services, ranking member of the Subcommittee on Capital Markets & Government Sponsored Enterprises, chief deputy whip.
Joseph Stiglitz, Nobel Prize winning economist, a professor at Columbia University, and author of the book "The Price of Inequality: How Today's Divided Society Endangers Our Future."
Karen Hunter, (@karenhunter) MSNBC Contributor, distinguished Lecturer at the Film and Media department at Hunter College, formerly of the Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Daily News editorial board.
Dedrick Muhammad,Senior Economic Director at the NAACP
Joy Reid, (@TheReidReport) MSNBC contributor and managing editor of TheGrio.com, a division of NBC News.
Avik Roy, (@aviksaroy) a member of Mitt Romney's Health Care Policy Advisory Group, Senior Fellow at The Manhattan Institute and author of "The Apothecary", the Forbes blog on health care and social insurance reform.
Alexis Goldstein, (@alexisgoldstein) a former vice president at Merill Lynch and now an Occupy Wall Street activist.
:: Blogged by Katherine Guthrie (@kguth1130), production assistant for Up w/ Chris Hayes ::