by Neil Dhillon

What a night! After two hotly contentious debates between President Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney, the pair wrapped up their debate schedule with a tense discussion on foreign policy that was high on drama but short on specifics.  

Obama may have moved the needle a slight bit and gotten some of the 10% undecided voters on his side by crediting his administration's military plan in Afghanistan and Iraq, and the continued pursuit to stop Iran from nuclear capability. He strongly defended his plan on troop withdrawal in Afghanistan and taking steps to return security measures back to Afghan's own military.  Obama was strong, confident, and emotional about the loss of life in Libya, 9/11, and military wars under his watch.

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