Common wisdom among political pundits prior to Wednesday night's debate between Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and President Obama had it that Romney needed a game changer in this race, a moment side by side with Obama that would change perceptions and put the momentum on his side.
He got it last night, according to pundits from across the political spectrum from liberal to conservative.
Not only did Romney decimate Obama in the opinion surveys conducted just after the debate, but noted liberals such as James Carville, Chris Matthews, Van Jones, and others noted the stark manner in which Romney demonstrated the length and breadth of his grasp of the issues. Obama, on the other hands, often appeared befuddled and even angry.
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