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Local conservatives are eagerly awaiting tonight's final Presidential Debate between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama.

 

Redmond Patriots spokesman Bob Perry says Obama has a lot to answer for in regards to foreign policy:  “And he really has thrown Israel under the bus every chance he gets. And I think a wonderful example of that was: refusing to see Netanyahu, when he was at the U.N. meeting; when they were both in the city at the same time. But then, from what I’ve seen, Obama’s not much, unless he's got a teleprompter in front of him. So maybe he's afraid to talk to world leaders. Does this sound a little bit jaundiced? Yes, I’m jaundiced. I’m very disgusted with the direction of our country and I hope it's going to get better in a couple of weeks."

 

Perry says Romney has not only held his own against the President - but in all of the debates- the conservative view was much stronger.

 

1110 KBND will broadcast the final Presidential Debate tonight beginning at 5:30 p.m.

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