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Top 10 Soundbites From Second Presidential Debate (AUDIO)

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Mitt Romney's statement on "binders full of women" was the top soundbite from the second presidential debate, according to soundbite platform Hark.com.

Also making the top 10 list: Barack Obama's quip "it's not as big as yours" during the pensions discussion, Romney's remark "I care about 100% of the American people" and Obama bringing up his opponent's 47% comments.

The list was compiled based on to the most-listened to clips on the Hark platform through this morning. Have a look and listen to the top 10 soundbites below.

Which line did you find most memorable? Feel free to comment below.

10. "All Right? I Was Not The Standard Bearer" (ROMNEY)
I Was Just Licking My Wounds9. "Trickle Down Government Has Never Worked" (ROMNEY)
Trickle Down Government Has Never Worked Here8. "You Wouldn't Have Taken Such A Sketchy Deal" (OBAMA)
You Wouldn't Have Taken Such A Sketchy Deal7. "I Care About 100% Of The American People" (ROMNEY)
I Want 100 Percent Of Americans To Have A Bright And Prosperous Future6. "They Brought Out A Migratory Bird Act To Go After Them On A Criminal Basis" (ROMNEY)
They Brought Out A Migratory Bird Act To Go After Them On A Criminal Basis5. "You're The Last Person Who's Going To Get Tough On China" (OBAMA)
Governor You're The Last Person Who's Gonna Get Tough On China4. "47%" (OBAMA)
Think About Who He Was Talking About3. "China A Currency Manipulator" (ROMNEY)
On Day One I Will Label China A Currency Manipulator2. "It's Not As Big As Yours" (OBAMA)
I Don't Look At My Pension It's Not As Big As Yours1. "Binders Full Of Women" (ROMNEY)
Binders Full Of Women
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