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  • Watch Our Google+ Hangout Analyzing the Final Presidential Debate

    Tonight’s final showdown between President Obama and former Governor Mitt Romney will focus on foreign policy. Heritage has lined up a panel of experts to offer their thoughts on the debate and answer your questions Tuesday at 10 a.m. ET for a live Google+ Hangout.

    Here’s a brief bio for each of the panelists for tomorrow’s Hangout:

    Luke Coffey
    Margaret Thatcher Fellow
    Coffey studies and writes on U.S.-UK relations as the Margaret Thatcher Fellow at The Heritage Foundation. He focuses in particular on defense and security matters, including the role of NATO and the European Union in transatlantic security. 

    Morgan Lorraine Roach
    Research Associate
    Roach studies and writes about Africa, the Middle East and transatlantic relations as research associate in The Heritage Foundation’s Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom. 

    Jessica Zuckerman
    Research Associate
    Zuckerman studies homeland security, with a concentration on Latin America, as a research associate in The Heritage Foundation’s Allison Center for Foreign Policy Studies.

    If you would like to participate, you can leave a question in the comments below, write a question on our Google+ page, or tweet us a question using the hashtag #HeritageFan.

    We hope you can join us Tuesday at 10 a.m. ET for our analysis of the final presidential debate.

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    3 Responses to Watch Our Google+ Hangout Analyzing the Final Presidential Debate

    1. Bobbie says:

      Intelligent panel without bias.

      Too bad the moderators couldn't have that description especially the female ones who draw attention to say it's "sexist" females aren't picked to "moderate" when the truth is women that have been moderators show a distinct bias for one candidate over another and do with all bias, help their pick during a debate when moderators aren't suppose to interfere. Who vets the moderators? The Lehrer showed it also. It just wasn't so blatant and we'd rather have ANYONE moderate who isn't bias, not just picked because of gender!

    2. Roger says:

      Is it possible that President Obama's demeaning comments about us having "things called aircraft carriers that planes land on" and "ships that go under the water" will be viewed by women as empty bullying?

    3. Bill Hayden says:

      Much was made of Romney's point that Syria would give Iran access "to the sea", snarkily saying that they already had access to the Persian Gulf. They do, but not to the Mediterranean Sea, which would give Iran direct access to the coast of Israel and increased ability to threaten the Suez Canal. That would be major.

      No matter. Obama's supporters are fully committed to him, not because he is knowledgeable and effective in foreign policy but merely because he is Barack Obama.

      I fear this man's effect on America, but not as much as I fear those who want him to be president.

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