Obama Scores Points, but Romney Remains Solid – Weekly Standard “All in all, Obama spent more time attacking Romney than Romney did Obama. Romney spent more time laying out his own resume, plan, and vision. Wild card: The contentious section of the debate on Libya. Candy Crowley corrected Romney that Obama didn’t call it a terrorist attack at the Rose Garden speech day of attack. She’s wrong. This looks like it will play moving forward. Nevertheless, Romney has to sharpen his attack on Libya for the next debate.”
Crowley Skews Hard for Obama in Disastrous Debate – Washington Times “Another debate, another debacle for America’s media. In the runup to the second presidential debate, CNN’s Candy Crowley declared that she would not just be a “fly on the wall” as she played the tiny role of moderator, that she would step in whenever she chose to say, “Hey, wait a second, what about X, Y, Z?” And boy did she, cutting off Republican Mitt Romney repeatedly and often throwing the floor to President Obama with an open “let me give the president a chance here.”
Crowley Backtracks: Now Says Romney Right About Libya - Weekly Standard “After the debate, moderator Candy Crowley backtracked and said Mitt Romney was right “in the main” on Libya.” WHAT?? After the damage is done, she backtracks!
Obama Gets More Time from Moderator – Politico “Amid persistent complaints and interruptions from both candidates, President Obama ultimately got more than three extra minutes of speaking time than Mitt Romney during Tuesday’s debate.”
Former Aide on Obama: ‘Stunning that He’s in Politics, Because He Really Doesn’t Like People’ – Weekly Standard “‘People say the reason Obama wouldn’t call Clinton is because he doesn’t like him,’ observes Tanden. ‘The truth is, Obama doesn’t call anyone, and he’s not close to almost anyone. It’s stunning that he’s in politics, because he really doesn’t like people.’”