Naturally I stayed up to watch the Romney-Obama rematch. Not bad. Obama looked better and did better than last time. Romney was as good as last time. Obama made up a few "facts" on the fly. He said he had called the Lybian outrage terrorism the day after it happened. I certainly don't remember that, and ever diligent Fox News found the tape, and although Obama had used the word terrorism, it wasn't in connection with the Lybian outrage. He was just trashing terrorism in general. Romney got on Obama's case about the pipeline and drilling permits and Obama didn't have much in the way of answers.
The moderator was a tubby women with an attitude and bad hair (Candy Crowley). She interrupted, argued, sucked up valuable time, and was totally in the tank for Obama. I'd never heard of her before. The audience questions were bad. I mean does anyone care about the "assault weapons ban" any more? That question did give Obama a chance to declare himself in favor of the right to bear arms.
Nothing new in the way of ideas, issues, or policies came up. Everything that was said the two candidates have said before and said many times. What's fun in watching it to see them going at each other face-to-face and seeing how good they are at thinking on their feet. Both candidates managed to avoid fatal gaffes, and nobody was ever at a loss for something to say.