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"Horses and bayonets" - the feistiest moment of the debates

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It was another testy, feisty debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. And just like previous debates, there were several quotable moments for sound bites. But President Obama delivered perhaps the biggest line - and his most harsh - of all the debates when tackling Mitt Romney's assessment of the current state of the U.S. military. Whether it will help or hurt Obama remains to be seen, but it was the biggest punch the president landed.

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I thought this comment made Obama look very stupid and condescending, as well.

This was his "harshest line"? Really? It was so childish and an attempt to be demeaning. Far beneath the "commander in chief", but if it's his strongest point - that's pretty sad.

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