The first presidential debate of 2012 happens tonight at 6 p.m., and the stakes — and hype — couldn’t be higher.
Political wizards and viewers are watching for all kinds of overt and subliminal moments: memorable promises, statements, gaffes, zingers, gotchas, watch-checking, the whole gamut of things that happen in a debate. Or not.
The New York Times ran a fascinating piece about body language we often see from Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. Take a look. Body language is definitely part of the show.