I'll have some deeper analysis up as soon as I can write it, but for now, here's a recap of the three biggest moments of the foreign policy debate. The "fewer horses and bayonets" moment was, hands down, the liveliest moment of tonight's debate, and it really helped out the Obama campaign's portrayal of Romney as an ancient, backwards-facing incompetent:
Easily the second most vigorous attack came when President Obama defended his Israel policies and pushed back against Romney's claims that Obama went on an "apology tour". I especially love the way President Obama spat the word "fundraisers" across the table at Mitt Romney, who brought Sheldon Adelson along with him on his Israel trip.
And, finally, here's President Obama's closing statement: