In two weeks voters will go to the polls to choose a president.
Monday evening’s debate was supposed to focus on foreign policy but President Barak Obama and Governor Mitt Romney took every opportunity they could to turn the discussion to domestic policy.
There were some memorable lines such as President Obama saying, “Well Governor, we also have fewer horses and bayonets.” The statement was a reference to Romney’s complaint that the U.S. Navy has fewer ships now than in 1916.
Did you have a favorite one-liner from the last presidential debate on the 2012 presidential campaign? If you were an undecided voter, did the debate on foreign policy persuade you to vote for one candidate or the other? Did you even watch the debate with Game 7 of the National League Championship Series on Fox?
For those who did watch the Giants instead of those who would be giants, you can see a rerun of the debate on YouTube's Election Hub.
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