It all comes down to this? That could be the case for the affect Monday night's debate will have on who wins the 2012 presidential election. Challenger Mitt Romney has brought the race back to a deadlock, even leading in some polls and closing the gap on foreign policy, an issue where President Barack Obama had held a consistant lead. Still, many pundits have pegged Obama as the heavy favorite tonight considering his opponent's lack of experience in international relations.
While we're bound to hear Osama bin Laden's name more than once tonight, could the current administration's handling of attacks in Libya, bloodshed throughout Syria, perpetual intelligence leaks and the Arab Spring, swing this debate in Romney's favor?
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