DAY'S END ROUNDUP

FROM THE BLOGS:

Hollywood’s hysterical ‘cancer screening’ lie for Obama
According to Michelle Malkin, President Obama is using Hollywood starlets to spread lies about Mitt Romney.

At last night’s debate: Romney told 31 myths in 41 minutes

Think Progress’s Igor Volsky dissects the rhetoric of the second presidential debate on Tuesday and points out the fundamental inaccuracies that were said during Mitt Romney's speaking time.

At best a fleeting tie for Obama: The reality is a cancer on his campaign

American voters can’t claim Obama is the winner just because he did better than the last debate, argues Erick Erickson of RedState.

Conservatives bravely defend kids' right to junky lunch

Conservatives support "tater rebellion" in response to the president’s Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, writes Mother Jones’s Tom Philpott.


OTHER NEWS SOURCES:

China bristles at attacks from Obama, Romney during second debate

China is annoyed with statements made by both President Obama and Mitt Romney on its economic practices, according to The Hill’s Erik Wasson.

Sen. Paul’s PAC airs ads attacking Dems on vote not to end foreign aid

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.)'s political action committee aired ads slamming senators on foreign aid, reports The Hill’s Ramsey Cox.