Who Won the Third Presidential Debate?

Barack Obama and Mitt Romney squared off at Lynn University Monday night.

Mitt Romney and Barack Obama met Monday night for their third and final presidential debate before the Nov. 6 election.

The candidates discussed foreign policy, sharing their views on Libya, Syria, Israel, Iran, military spending and America's role in the world. The candidates also sneaked in discussion of economic development and education policies.

You can watch the entire debate here.

Who you think won the debate tonight? Which talking points stood out the most? Tell us in the comments.

Joescarp October 24, 2012 at 01:37 PM
Romney knows the economy is the main issue and that he's ahead in this race. All he had to do in the third debate was appear knowledgeable and presidential and not appear to be argumentative or pugnacious. He did just that, and made Obama look argumentative and pugnacious. It's called Rope-a-Dope and it worked brilliantly in my opinion. Obama may have won on debate points, but I believe he lost votes rather than gained them.
c17a3 October 24, 2012 at 07:15 PM
Mitt won the debate hands down, somebody should tell our current commander in chief that Marines and Soldiers still carry bayonets. Obama just isn't going to lose but he is going to lose big...the vocal minority, liberal media and all their smoke and mirrors stunts are not winning this one...Brown will win big too.
Dave Lenane October 25, 2012 at 11:51 PM
Just wondering if reading this would change anybody's mind??? Does anybody really win? http://news.yahoo.com/drone-of-silence-the-national-security-policy-that-obama-and-romney-wont-debate-10251296.html
john October 26, 2012 at 05:49 AM
general questions to voters... What is more important to you, what Romney does with his own money or what Obama does with America's money? Which affects you the most?
Jordan October 26, 2012 at 07:38 PM
Obama did NOT win!!! Making rude remarks and stupid jokes...acting like a child! You call that winning? Obama can make fun of people all he wants, but Romney will get America back on track.


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