“Horses and bayonets” top debate search: Google

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BOCA RATON, Fl.– President Barack Obama’s “horses and bayonets” put down of Mitt Romney led in Google Monday debate night searches.


1. Top 5 Rising Searches of the Night (9 EDT to 10:45 EDT)

horses and bayonets




2. Rising Terms with Each Candidate (9 EDT to 10:45 EDT)

For Obama:

1. apology tour

2. bin laden

3. 2008

4. horses and bayonets

For Romney:

1. auto bailout

2. what is on romney’s flag pin

3. budget plan

4. what kind of car does mitt romney drive

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