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Barack Obama Hits Up Delray Beach for Postdebate Rally

A day after taking a horse to Mitt Romney (or was it a bayonet?) in the third and final presidential debate, President Obama hit up Delray Beach for a Romnesia party.

Barry Barack held his rally at the Delray Beach Tennis Center, where he harped on Romney's forgetfulness and flip-floppery in front of an 8,000-plus crowd.

"We had a severe outbreak last night. It was at least Phase 3 Romnesia," he said.

"If you can't seem to remember the policies on your website or promises you've been making over the last six years you've been running for president, if you can't even remember what you said last week, don't worry -- Obamacare covers preexisting conditions. We can fix it up. We can cure this disease."

Oh, Barry. You so sassy.

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- Obama Rally at Delray Beach Photos (slideshow)

Obama also spoke of his new 20-page pamphlet, entitled A Plan for Jobs & Middle-Class Security.

(You can see a .pdf of the booklet here)

"I've laid out a plan for jobs and middle-class security," Obama said as he held up the booklet. "And unlike Mitt Romney, I'm actually proud to talk about what's in it."

The president also reminded everyone how he's ended the war in Iraq, putting an end to the war in Afghanistan, and kicking al Qaeda's butt.

He also threw in a zinger, reminding the crowd that Romney doesn't know where Syria is.

"Gov. Romney's foreign policy has been wrong and reckless," Obama said. "Last night, he was all over the map."

Congressional hopeful/former West Palm Beach Mayor Lois Frankel and Rep. Ted Deutch (D-FL) were also at the rally.

You can watch the full video below.

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