Call it confirmation bias, but the winner in the first Presidential debate was clearly Mitt Romney.
Other than being sacked over RomneyCare, Mitt managed to make his points in spite of repeated interruptions from Jim Leher.
Obama started strong, but the more the spoke the apparent it became that he was outclassed.
Mitt's weakest: Attempting to excuse RomneyCare as bi-partisan.
Obama's weakest: His 4-year track record.
Romney's strongest: repeatedly advised listeners that Obama was cutting over $700 billion from Medicare and repeatedly reminded us that Obama had added $1 trillion per year to the national debt.
Obama's strongest: Telling sob stories to avoid relaying facts.
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