msuNtx saidProblem is debates don't win or lose elections for you this late in the game. Most Americans have their minds made up.
Correction ---- Most American HAD their minds up. It should also be pointed out that MOST Americans only started paying attention to this election in a serious way as of last night's debate. What they found was not the bumbling gaffe-ridden Mitt Romney that has been portrayed by the left and the media for months now. They found an upbeat, energized, in control, and extremely knowledgeable and VERY Presidential Mitt Romney juxtaposed with a President who could barely look his challenger in he eye, stuttered and stammered, delivered no more specifics than Romney did, and got tripped up time and time again trying to defend a record that is somewhat problematic to defend. Obama has been reduced today to going out on the campaign trail and the best he's got is to make fun of Romney's "Big Bird" comment. Apparently he's unaware that many Americans are probably surprised that the allegedly "out of touch" Mitt Romney even knows who "Big Bird" is. Romney brilliantly drove this point home by looking the inept moderator Jim Lehrer right in the eye and said "If I am President, there will be no more subsidizing PBS". I halfway expected Donald Trump to enter stage right with "In other words, YOU'RE FIRED!"