President George W. Bush and Senator John Kerry have met in their second of three presidential debates. This clash – a town hall forum – took place at Washington University in St. Louis. The first part of the forum centered on foreign issues including the war in Iraq and the war against terrorism, with President Bush saying his administration is doing a good job of protecting the country from attacks. Senator Kerry criticized some of the actions of the adminstration, saying he could do a better job by reaching out to many more of America’s allies. The second half of the event featured questions on domestic policy, with teh President and the Senator being asked about such things as tax cuts, health care, and the outsourcing of jobs. One more presidential debate is scheduled for next week in Tempe, Arizona.