Who’s Winning the Debate? Pundits, Politicos and Average Joes Appraise Final #Debate

Twitter reacts to Obama-Romney foreign policy rumble

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And Triumph the Insult Comic Dog is in the spin room tonight. #LynnDebate twitter.com/RyanGOP/status…

— Ryan Williams (@RyanGOP) October 23, 2012

Unbelievable. An entire fopo debate with NO mention of Europe, Eurozone, Africa, anywhere in Asia other than China.

— Anne-Marie Slaughter (@SlaughterAM) October 23, 2012

Split screen - smart friend says "Obama is giving us his Denver face." #debates #LynnDebate

— Karl Rove (@KarlRove) October 23, 2012

Romney making strong second-half comeback, trying to save himself over China, throwing big punches at the bell..

— Bill Plaschke (@BillPlaschke) October 23, 2012

Romney is badly confused, Latin America's economy is about half the size of China's -- i know, math is hard for millionaires

— Dean Baker (@DeanBaker13) October 23, 2012

I'm for whoever stands up and starts singing "Lets get down to business, to defeat, the Huns" the next time China gets mentioned. DUH.

— trevor (@whostrevors) October 23, 2012

We have 30 minutes left. What about China?

— Carrie Dann (@CarrieNBCNews) October 23, 2012

Okay, seriously, can we please move on from the Middle East? There's a whole world out there.More interested in India, Brazil, and China.

— Alex Knapp (@TheAlexKnapp) October 23, 2012

WILL SOMEONE TEACH OBAMA TO SAY 'PAKISTAN'?It more annoying than Bush's 'nuclear."

— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) October 23, 2012

Hey Rombama: What about the legal framework for using drones in countries that we're not at war with? And when they kill innocents?

— nickgillespie (@nickgillespie) October 23, 2012

Romney agreeing with Obama on drones is important for another reason. Folks on the left just got a little angrier at Obama.

— Jedediah Bila (@JedediahBila) October 23, 2012

Mitt's Drones answer sounds as programmed as Laurence Harvey's answers in "The Manchurian Candidate"

— Frank Rich (@frankrichny) October 23, 2012

Romney said Obama began his presidency "with an apology tour." Pants on Fire! ow.ly/eGpUI #debates

— PolitiFact (@politifact) October 23, 2012

RT @robertbluey: Obama's most recent apology happened one month ago. It was broadcast on Pakistani television: herit.ag/OXJBJ5

— Mary Katharine Ham (@mkhammer) October 23, 2012

YES. Romney slams Obama for skipping Israel on #APOLOGYTOUR.

— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) October 23, 2012

I love Israel more! No, I do!!! No, I love Israel most! I visited them! I toured them! I love them!!!#Debate

— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) October 23, 2012

Foreign policy primer: Besides the US, there are 6 countries in the world. They are Israel, Iran, China, Libya, Syria and Afghanistan.

— Onion Politics (@OnionPolitics) October 23, 2012

So there is your Halloween Costume inspiration from the 3rd debate, Ride a horse brandishing a Bayonette! #debate

— F. Quick (@quick13) October 23, 2012

in this debate: first use of the word "bayonette" in a presidential debate since 1860

— Tyler Glaiel (@tylerglaiel) October 23, 2012

News Flash to President Obama, Marines still use bayonets... #debate

— Steve Doocy (@sdoocy) October 23, 2012

"It's not a game of Battleship" is my prediction for the unavoidable debate meme.

— daveweigel (@daveweigel) October 23, 2012

Yooooooo Obama jus said we don't have #bayonets and #horses anymore lol...yo he is making him look like a clown,lol

— Nate(@NaStYNat322) October 23, 2012

1 thing i've learned since my hip replacement on the day of the 2nd debate: debates are more fun on pain killers

— Arianna Huffington (@ariannahuff) October 23, 2012

my 15yrold bails on debate. can't blame her.

— david carr (@carr2n) October 23, 2012

Please don't go back to foreign policy.I'm almost out of No-Doze.

— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) October 23, 2012

Obama becoming dangerously contemptuous.

— David Grann (@DavidGrann) October 23, 2012

Jobs, teachers, education - gentlemen, please, can we get back to killing foreigners?

— Bill Maher (@billmaher) October 23, 2012