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Now with less than three weeks three weeks ago the presidential debate watched closely by millions including thousands of American troops now serving overseas.
Lieutenant colonel Oliver North watch the debate with Marines in Afghanistan.
The Fox News senior military analyst joins us streaming live from Helmand Province -- John last year when we -- in this part of Helmand Province or four marine battalions providing security today there's just one.
Third battalion eighth Marines the last unit -- which I serves as an operations officer.
We've been here this time since last month and many of the 65000.
Troops here and thousands of US contractors.
Have watched -- doing jobs.
That many more military personnel used to do before the Obama exit strategy was announced.
Here's a summary of opinions -- that we've had three debates first disappointment at the lack of attention being.
Closed on Afghanistan.
A comment quote does anyone know were still fighting over year number two.
The White House is lying about been gusting because bin Laden may be dead but al-Qaeda is still alive and number three quote.
If we pull the plug on these people before they're ready.
They're well I'll leave that word up to you but it's a bad situation.
These are Smart guys and gals -- focus on substance not form.
Nearly all the officers and senior -- have made multiple tours of duty over here and despite what we hear back in the states about the problems of absentee ballots.
Only four of the thousand or so troops that we've been with -- over here have it any problem whatsoever registering or getting a ballot to vote.
It's hard for civilians understand John -- when the company first sergeant says give blood.
Give to the navy Marine Corps relief society -- support for Toys for Tots or register to vote.
They do it bottom line these are much better informed committed and dedicated than their civilian prayer groups back in the states back to your brother.
-- thank you colonel north and and we certainly wish all of our forces well as they continue to do great work force in Afghanistan.
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