How the Obama-Romney foreign policy debate could determine the election

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    OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOKay!
     
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    Obama has been a total shmuck on foreign policy. We'll see how effectively Romney can convey that.
     
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    obama will under pressure to peform tonight. romney will attack him over librya and china. got to deliver


    i heard they are sitting down tonight in same style as second debate. intresting to see how that works. can,t afford big gestures when sitting down.
     
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    i meant same style as vice presidential debate where they sat down
     
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    Obama's got nothing to fear as it regards foreign policy issues.

    Not, at least, from the Mittster.

    There is virtually no difference between the parties when it comes to issue facing geopolitical issues.

    Oh the GOP will attempt to sell some of us that there is, but those of us who can remember all the way back to the foreign policies left over fromthe BUSH II admin, would be hard pressed to see much change in policy since Obama took over.
     
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    their is really not much difference at all as panal on face the nation on cbs said on sunday.

    but romney will look to go after the president on librya response , china, isreal and iraw.

    so he got to be ready for president as we seen romney a very strong debater.
     
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    Barry can't really defend that Libyan clusterfuck. His State Department dropped the ball costing the lives of 4 American. He's the POTUS and the buck stops with him.

    I will be interested to see if he throws Hilary under his big assed bus. I doubt Barry will take the blame. Hell. He hasn't taken the blame for anything since he's been POTUS. I wonder if he can blame his clusterfuck on Bush??
     
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    well he did say in second debate that he responsable for it. But no doubt this is big line of attack for romney and he be looking to hurt and damage the president badly tonight on this
     
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    Barry needs no help doing that.
     

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