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Celebrity Reactions To Third & Final Presidential Debate!

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Well, that's it folks, the third and final Presidential debate — which focused specifically on international affairs and foreign policy — is over…

So what better way to digest a whole lot of 'bad guy' talk and many a reminiscent anecdote (with just a hint of actual policy) than indulging in some political junk food: celebrity reactions to Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama's performance!!

We have for you a fine selection of celebrity tweets, including the always lovely Ann Coulter, who, as we've already mentioned, charmingly and with SUCH political wit, called the President a 'retard' …UGH.

We also feature Mz. Lindsay Lohan, David Arquette, Kathy Griffin, Cher, Bill Maher, Samuel L. Jackson, Jon Stewart, Will.I.Am, Christina Applegate, Bette Midler, Sarah Silverman, Donald Trump, and finally, Aubrey O'Day.

Also… can we just say that our favorite part of the debate was when Obama slung a schoolyard insult at Romney in regards to the Governor's feelings on Russia as an imminent, global threat, in the form of: "The 1980s called… they want their foreign policy back." HA!!!!!!

So, pile on those brain-pounds and treat yo' self to celebrity debate reactions …AFTER THE JUMP!!!

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Presidential Debate: The Finale! WATCH In Full HERE!

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Annnnddd it's a wrap for the debating portion of the Presidential race!

In the third and final debate before election day, President Barack Obama and Governer Mitt Romney discussed international relations & foreign policy, specifically focusing on our future role in the Middle East and our precarious relationship with China.

If you haven't already, get politically engaged and watch the debate in FULL (above)!

Both candidates presented valid points sprinkled with many a personal anecdote. We kind of wish there had been a tad more policy and a little less reminiscing over past accomplishments/critiquing each other on past failures… but hey we take what we can get!

OH and so many props to CBS' Bob Schieffer, who seemed to be the first moderator who was FULLY the master of his domain! (Yes, we all DO love teachers, Bobby!)

HA!

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