— A game-changer for Romney — Ogden Standard-Examiner Editorial
It wasn’t even close. On Wednesday night in Denver, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney thoroughly defeated President Barack Obama in the first 2012 presidential debate. Although there are two more opportunities for the president to rebound, the debate was a game-changer for Romney’s campaign, which will certainly get a boost. ...
— Should Big Bird be laid off? — Provo Daily Herald Editorial
Is Mitt Romney really Oscar the Grouch in disguise? ...
— In debate, Romney moderate stance belies earlier campaign — San Jose Mercury News Editorial
The Mitt Romney who shone in Wednesday night’s debate was the moderate Massachusetts governor, not the condescending presidential candidate who spent the past year pandering to the far right. ...
— Debate gave us good look at differences — Des Moines Register Editorial
Political analysts and spin doctors went to work even before the networks signed off Wednesday night’s match-up between President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney.
The consensus: Romney won. He came on strong with a crisp presentation of his vision for the nation. The president often struggled to defend his record.
But by Thursday afternoon, the pundits were saying the president not only blew the debate but maybe the election.
That’s going a bit far. ...
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