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(CNN)   Since the (alleged) topic was foreign policy, what was the reaction around the world to last night's debate? In a word: yawn, تثاءب, bâiller, 打哈欠, gähnen, לפהק, bostezar, зевать, and ngáp for good measure   ( divider line
    More: Obvious, President Asif Ali Zardari, Currency intervention, disappointments  
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2012-10-23 11:25:18 AM  
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fta: But Romney's negative rhetoric stuck out, particularly that "he'll designate China as a currency manipulator," Wang said.

"Pakistan and the U.S. have an old friendship, and it's disappointing to hear that Mitt Romney brought this relationship down to one that is purely based on Pakistan being a country with 100 nuclear warheads and counting,"

Ruwida Ashour felt Romney disregarded the progress in her country.

Yup, Mitt disappointed a lot of people last night.

Not me. I freaking loved watching that smirk slowly fade as he devolved into a stuttering incoherent hot mess.

Of course I had popcorn and sophisticated adult beverages.

/This aint my first rodeo, ya know.
2012-10-23 11:17:24 AM  
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Rumi was also disappointed there was no mention of a long-term strategy towards Afghanistan and Pakistan. "I can understand at the moment the American public wants the government to exit from Afghanistan, but surely there should be a strategy for that, because we have suffered once in the 1990s with that void, when Afghanistan was left (by the Soviets)."

Guess what -- neither the Soviets nor the Americans are your problem. YOU are your problem. Why don't YOU deal with it for a change.
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