• anonymous#12
    Romney is clearly winning the debate.
    10/3/12
    Reply (14)
    • Bildar: Romney seemed like he was continuously, and breathlessly, scrambling to cover his ass.
      10/3/12
    • anonymous#12: Obama looked tired. But my bet continues to be on President Obama.
      10/3/12
    • Bildar: Obama seemed uncharacteristically nervous at the very beginning. But later seemed more confident and relaxed than Romney.
      10/3/12
    • grapeswhiz: I didn't get that impression, Bildar. I thought he seemed focused and composed.
      10/3/12
    • Bildar: Surely my bias is showing some. But Romney's eyes were squinty, watery and stressed. Obama's were clear, open and relaxed.
      10/3/12
    • Bildar: Just checked the intraday intrade chart. Big swing during the debate, first in favor of Romney, then Obama for the last half of the debate.
      10/3/12
    • Bildar: Now it's back to where it was before the debate.
      10/3/12
    • Lin777: Romney needs to lose that condescending smirk. Let's see what the fact checkers say about both candidates. It was a good debate.
      10/3/12
    • grapeswhiz: Anyone who is not hopelessly and closed-mindedly biased saw smirks & impatient expressions from BOTH sides while the other side was talking
      10/3/12
    • weed: I wish they'd have, you know, a real debate.
      10/3/12
    • Tom in Texas: Obama lost 13 of the 15 rounds, but it was someone else s fault.
      10/3/12
    • Tom in Texas: Dick Morris, liberal on "The 5" (Fox), said that it really looked like Obama needs a teleprompter.
      10/3/12
    • 1980XLS-2.0: Obama=HPQ. same difference.
      10/4/12
    • ComputerBlue: We'll be in the same situation with either candidate. We need to go against status quo to fix our problems.
      10/4/12