Thursday, December 13, 2007

More GOP Debate Feedback

Here’s what a few bloggers have to say about the debate last night

- Ed Morrissey at Captain’s Quarters writes: “ . . .Romney had eloquence, poise, and serious content in his performance. He looked presidential and sounded even more so. He also seemed spontaneous and good-humored, mixing it up with Fred Thompson and keeping it light.”

- KJ Lopez at The Corner declares: “Mitt won — sounded presidential, competent, made a case for himself, and was optimistic, but realistic, about the threats we face.”

- Seth Leibsohn at The Corner writes: “Mitt having a great afternoon in Iowa—sounding most presidential.”

- Rich Lowry at The Corner concludes: “If there was a winner, it was Romney.”

- Jim Geraghty at The Campaign Spot concludes: “I concur with the generally positive assessments [of Romney] in the Corner. The issues – education, the budget – played to his strengths.”

- Hugh Hewitt writes: “Romney swept nearly the entire room. If that group reflects the GOP primary electorate, Romney helped himself immensely today.”

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