Can't get enough of last night's Presidential debate on foreign policy? Seattle-based Hark is now supplying sound bites from the debate, and is letting people share clips from the debate--based on user listening patterns--with their friends and family (and maybe, political opponents). The firm, which is headed by David Aronchick, said it hoped that making the sound bites available on the site will help in the democratic process. Hark identified the top clip from President Obama as "The 1980's are now calling to ask for their foreign policy back", and the top clip from contender Mitt Romney as "I like American cars!".