Has anyone seen any honest conservative reactions to last night's debate?
Most of the coverage I've seen has focused on who won and Obama's disengaged participation. I honestly don't know what NCAA bracket he was working on while he was at that podium, but it sure did keep his attention and it sure didn't help his performance in the debate. You'd like to give him the benefit of doubt (or maybe not), but all that note-taking didn't seem to lead to a concentrated fusillade of attacks on Romney and his positions. Obama formed sentences, but aside from his greeting to his family I never really had the sense that was on mark.
But Romney? Brilliant. Except, as you know, it required him abandoning 90% of the positions he took in the primaries. He bounced back and forth from this and that more often than an 80's strobe light flips from dark and light.
So, while Republicans may be salivating about the return of the White House, are there any honest Conservatives out there who were comforted by Romney's Night of the Living Etch-A-Sketch, wherein he said he was in favor of regulations, insuring those with preexisting conditions, and had no huge tax cuts planned? Are there any Conservative pundits responding with the big "Feh"?