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What? You're some sort of elitist? You don't want to judge Monday night's third presidential debate solely on the "horses and bayonets" memes? Fine. Be

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Obama vs. Romney Third Presidential Debate: Video, Coverage and Commentary

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What? You're some sort of elitist? You don't want to judge Monday night's third presidential debate solely on the "horses and bayonets" memes? Fine. Be like that.

See Also: Top 30 Romney & Obama Memes from the Third Debate (Horses & Bayonets Edition!)

Luckily, there's plenty of record of what went down. The video lives on via YouTube (horses and bayonets included), and plenty of important people instantly weighed in on the action. Below you'll find a collection of some of the best moments, coverage and commentary.

First and foremost, and as usual, the Washington Post has the hookup on the full debate transcript.

Here's a look at some of the video highlights from around the web:

Discussion of Middle East Policy

Romney Tells Obama We Can't "Kill Our Way Out of This"

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Obama On Israel and the Importance of Credibility

Obama Reminds Romney the Cold War is Over

Romney on Obama's Apology Tour

Obama's "Fewer Horses and Bayonets" Comment

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Obama's Closing Statement

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And here are links to coverage and commentary:

The Washington Post does some fact checking.

Politico does some fact checking.

NPR has a transcript and audio, if you're into that kind of thing.

Rolling Stone live-blogged the shit out of the debate.

Charles Krauthammer tells Fox News Romney scored a big-time win.

Forbes chimes in on the candidates' temperaments.

The Huffington Post breaks down the polls, which predominantly declared an Obama victory.

Slate says Monday's debate was "stuck in 2008--just as Romney wanted."

Schieffer made a predictable 'Obama Bin Laden' gaffe, and HuffPo predictably took note (VIDEO).

What exactly is Romney's stance on the auto bailout?

Oh shit. NBC called in the "Truth Squad."

Washington Post rates winners and losers.

Naturally, HuffPo put together the "top ten lines" from the third presidential debate.

Not to be outdone, CNN chronicled the funniest tweets.

The LA Times declares: Romney Endorses Obama

Here's the take from Fox News Latino.

The Guardian says the candidates' performances Monday night probably wont influence voters.

The Washington Post offers up four memorable moments.

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