Firstly, it was nice to see that obama actually prepared for this event. It's a shame that he couldn't offer anything beyond a 'stay the course' solution for any of the topics brought up. Of course, to 'stay the course,' when you're off course, only puts you further off course...…
I would have liked to see the discussions as more of a back and forth, no time limits or interruptions. I think that you would truly see who each candidate is if they were given enough time to elaborate freestyle, without their prepared rhetoric.
I encourage everyone to fact check, for themselves, what obama was saying. Don't leave it up to the media, go to the government sites, the studies mentioned, the transcripts, and you will see how thin obama has spread the truth and at times outwardly lied.
As far as the Libya comment, calling something an 'act of terror' in the context that obama had used it in 'the rose garden' is not the same as stating that the event was 'an act of terrorism'. obama blamed the uprisings on 9/11 on the video and continued to do so for as long as he could get away with it. The facts continue to come out with regard to those sad events and they are pointing more and more toward a concerted effort to veil the truth and pass the buck.
I find it off put that Candy Crowley jumped to the defense of obama so quickly, when obama's statement regarding the Romney press release was inaccurate as well. The press released statement was in regard to the released statement of the embassy in Egypt about the demonstrations there, also inaccurately pointing to the convenient scapegoat of the video.
For now I will end with a conspiracy theory. obama had the questions prior to the debate. He was too well prepared for each question with scripted responses and Crowley was too eager to help with her interjections on his behalf. And that shouldn't be a surprise to anyone, you only have to look to the Chicago style politics obama employs.
If you're not cheatin' you're not tryin', right barak?
Take a break from the maniacal left!