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Post-debate, stage turns into a lovefest

For all the talk of bayonets in Boca Raton Monday, once the final presidential debate ended, affection abounded. After the final public showdown between President Obama and Governor Romney wrapped, their families joined them onstage, and things got cozy quickly.All that, despite this piece of advice from Seth Meyers on "Saturday Night Live" last weekend: "TV Networks, don't televise the post-deba
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For all the talk of bayonets in Boca Raton Monday, once the final presidential debate ended, affection abounded. 

After the final public showdown between President Obama and Governor Romney wrapped, their families joined them onstage, and things got cozy quickly.

All that, despite this piece of advice from Seth Meyers on "Saturday Night Live" last weekend: "TV Networks, don't televise the post-debate stage hugs and milling about. It looks like the lights just came on at America's most boring nightclub."

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