Congressman Charles Boustany stopped by the Afternoon Drive Home to give his take on the Presidential debate.  Boustany said that Obama came out a lot stronger than he did in the first debate.  Overall, he felt that Romney was as strong as he previously did in the first debate.  One thing that Boustany said was that he was surprised that more didn't come out about Medicare and Obamacare, since that is something that affects seniors everywhere.  Boustany said,

I would have thought that as part of the domestic issues debate that those would have been dominant issues.  Seniors are very concerned about Medicare.

Boustany went on to mention that he has an event tomorrow morning at the Southside Library on Johnston where seniors would be able to review options for Medicare and change their part D plan if they are not happy about it.

Hear the whole conversation below: