Obama's smallness during the debate is what lingers. What also lingers is how composed and presidential Mitt Romney was.
ANALYSIS by RICK KLEIN
In a debate about who should be commander-in-chief, Mitt Romney was just as
much in command as the man in the job now.
President Obama came into the debate with a record to boast of, and he used
it to play offense. He poked and prodded Romney, even tried to bayonet him at
one point, and sought to lecture his opponent on what it's like actually to be