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Obama Versus Romney, Round Three: Pick the Winner of the Final Debate

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President Obama and Mitt Romney squared off in the final presidential debate last night, a foreign-policy debate in Boca Raton Florida.

An extremely colorful recap can be found with our sister paper, New Times Broward-Palm Beach, which makes the debate seem a hell of a lot more exciting than it looked on television.

See also:
Obama Versus Romney, Round Two: Who Won This Debate?

If the undecided voters came away with anything from last night's debate, it's probably that our Commander in Chief claims that the military is not using nearly as many bayonets and horses as they did a century ago, and Milton Bradley is not in charge of the country's Navy:

So, if you watched the debate -- or even if you didn't; we're not seeking verification -- who do you think won?

Cast your vote below:

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