Here are a few debate fact checks provided by Chris Wallace of Fox News (click here). A marine helped set the record straight on Obama’s “bayonets” comment. ”The marines still use bayonets.”
It sounds like some Obama had some taqiyya going on. As a matter of fact, listening to the debate there was more taqiyya (click here regarding Obama’s appeasement of the Muslim world going on than the few points Chris Wallace brought out. (That’s taqiyya, not taquila.)
Taqiyya offers two basic uses. The better known revolves around dissembling over one’s religious identity when in fear of persecution. Such has been the historical usage of taqiyya among Shi’i communities whenever and wherever their Sunni rivals have outnumbered and thus threatened them. Conversely, Sunni Muslims, far from suffering persecution have, whenever capability allowed, waged jihad against the realm of unbelief; and it is here that they have deployed taqiyya—not as dissimulation but as active deceit. In fact, deceit, which is doctrinally grounded in Islam, is often depicted as being equal—sometimes superior—to other universal military virtues, such as courage, fortitude, or self-sacrifice.