YOUR TURN: Who Won Last Night's Debate?

President Obama and former Governor Romney tackled foreign policy in the final debate. Who do you think had a better vision of American power overseas?

President Barack Obama and former Governor Mitt Romney met for a final debate Monday night, spending 90 minutes focused on foreign policy. The Tampa debate is the last of this election cycle.

Who do you think won the debate? Did one candidate put forward a better vision of America's role in the world, or did you find the exchange less than useful?

And after three presidential debates and one vice presidential debate, did you hear anything that cemented your choice or changed your mind?

Share your views with other readers below.

NOTE: We will also accept silly answers, both because A. you are all so funny and clever and B. the fact I am kind of sick of partisan bickering.

Frank Ryan November 05, 2012 at 02:34 AM
Myth Romney and Lyin' Ryan are a joke and they can't win. In fact, think about evertything you posted above and tell me what that says about the image Romney and Ryan have given to the voters. They can't defeat the President even with all the numbers you mentioned. Maybe that's because those numbers were so much worse when the President took office. Voters haven't forgotten the fact that Bush was the presient who got us in this mess.
kate lipton November 05, 2012 at 03:34 AM
Back to 46 comments. The posts were here a minute ago - now they are gone again. Thanks.
kate lipton November 05, 2012 at 03:37 AM
I was also just able to delete a post I just made using the flag as inappropriate button.
paul surette November 05, 2012 at 03:54 AM
Frank, it will be my personal satisfaction to watch Obama give his concession speech in about 48 hours. Then people like you will then Shut the eff up ! :) DO we need to take away your belt and shoelaces?
kate lipton November 05, 2012 at 04:48 AM
Editor - What is going on with this site? Authors are missing as well as days of posts.


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