Three debates, three flag pin victories for Mitt Romney. Speak stutteringly and wear a giant lapel pin is our generation's speak softly and carry a big stick.
Once again, this another debate that would have benefited from the participation of Ron Paul. A foreign policy discussion is the perfect time to bring out an Austrian flag pin.
Previously: Top Foreign Policy Debate Zingers
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Zingers: America's number one export. We'll keep these updated throughout the evening.
1. Mitt Romney, during the handshake: "Good to see you again." It's funny because he can't stop lying!
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Backstage at Lynn University' s Performing Arts Center, the Romney family gathered for its traditional game of pre-debate Jenga. Except, look at the game being played Romney's grandchildren, who are set to be Commanders in Chief of our nation's heart. That looks more like a game of dominoes than Jenga. As in domino theory. As in another land war in Asia!
I'm not saying it's a foolproof method of demystifying Mitt Romney's opaque foreign policy plans, but it's as close as anyone else has come.
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For Americans who can't see Russia from their porch, pocketbook issues and social controversies are much more familiar than the ins-and-outs of foreign policy. That's why this primer exists. Of course, unlike most such guides, it's not written for idiots. Just by (elected) idiots.
From Afghanistan to Ubeki-beki-beki-beki-stan-stan, here's what you need to know ahead of this evening's foreign policy-oriented presidential debate…
Continents: How Do They Work?
The administration's response to the embassy attack in Benghazi, Libya is expected to dominate discussion in at least one segment of tonight's discussion. But what is Libya? Is it part of the female anatomy only Todd Akin knows about? A European principality?
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Is it getting hot in here, or is that just the pundits throwing off steam? Either way, you'll want to get comfortable when you watch tonight's foreign policy debate… real comfortable. So grab some friends–or strangers, whatever–and get ready to play the Indecision presidential debate stripping game.
Click through for the sexy official rules! [NSFW if your workplace frowns upon stock photography.]
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