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Monday night marked the third and last of the 2012 presidential debates, and the Twitterverse was abuzz with celebrities having much to say about the candidates, Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama, as well as their plans for the future of our country. Of all the tweets posted during the evening’s final debate, we managed to round up our ten most favorite! See if you disagree or agree with what the stars had to say.
If I were @bobschieffer , I'd throw my purple notebook off the table and say, "Screw foreign policy! Let's get back into this economy shit!"
— Clay Aiken (@clayaiken) October 23, 2012
Strongest debate performance by Obama thus far. In command of the facts. Happy that Mitt's anxiety & painful performance has come 2 an end.
— Aubrey O'Day (@AubreyODay) October 23, 2012
Got a feeling that Obama chucking Biden under a bus over Bin Laden won't play very well tomorrow. Big mistake - looked disloyal. #PMTdebate
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) October 23, 2012
obama's making it very hard for romney to disagree with him without sounding like a hawk.romney is basically saying ditto all night.
— John Legend (@johnlegend) October 23, 2012
Kind a clunky closing statement from Romney. That's the best he could do? #Debates
— Drew Carey (@DrewFromTV) October 23, 2012
Is it me or are Romney’s 5 steps different each week. So far I’ve counted 35 different steps. #debate
— Dane Cook (@DaneCook) October 23, 2012
— elisabeth hasselbeck (@ehasselbeck) October 23, 2012
The debate was pretty even but I thought Mitt should have been much more aggressive on Obama's failed foreign policy-- and I mean much more.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 23, 2012
Interesting debate. Obama attacked by being super commander & Romney attacked by killing w kindness. No knockouts according to AM spin.
— rachael ray(@rachael_ray) October 23, 2012
Dear MItt, you shouldn't say "WHEN I'm president," you should say "IF." It's called class and respect. Learn some.
— Sophia Bush (@SophiaBush) October 23, 2012
The 2012 Presidential Election is November 6. Who will you be voting for?