Presidential Debate 3: Soundbite lines coming fast and furious

The third presidential debate got off to a fiery start between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney with a toe to toe on Libya and the Middle East. And there were some good — and clearly practiced — soundbite lines from both candidates.
Some of the best in the opening moments:

*Romney: “I congratulate him on taking out Osama Bin Laden.. but we can’t kill out way out of this mess.”’
“We’re going to have to put in a very comprehensive and robust strategy” to help Islam “reject” this kind of strategy that presents “an enormous threat” to our friends, to the world.

*Obama: “I’m glad that you agree that we have been successful in going after Al Qaeda…(but) your strategy, previously, has been been one that has been all over the map.”

*Obama: “Gov Romney, I’m glad you recognize that Al Qaeda is a threat…you were asked our greatest political threat and you said Russia.”
“You seem to want to import the foreign policies of the 1980s…and the economic policies of the 1920s…just a few weeks ago, you said we should have more troops in Iraq….every time you’ve offered an opinion, you’ve been wrong.”

*Romney: “We’re talking about the Middle East and …attacking me is not an agenda.”
“Russia, I indicated is a geopolitical foe…and I said in the same paragraph that Iran is the greatest security threat that we face.”
When it comes to Russia and Putin, “I’m not going to wear rose colored glasses..and I’m certainly not going to say to him, “I’ll have more flexibility after the election.”