We all need to admit a few things. First and foremost we all need to admit that it was the most boring and uneventful debate in television history, no zingers, no laughs, no nothing. It was empty and meaningless and the moderator did a lousy job keeping things moving along so we heard nothing about a host of domestic issues that are more important than the lousy tax code that consumed at least half the debate. All Americans were cheated out of the domestic policy debate we deserved. Second, Romney supporters need to admit that any win he may have scored is more than negated by his disingenuous political calculation to seem moderate rather than reflect the actual philosophy of the republican party. We witnessed nothing more than an act, if Romney wanted to show the people who he is then he failed. We saw a reasonable facade for an unreasonable party of ideologues and reactionaries. Third and perhaps most important, in the aftermath we see clearly the willingness to settle for anyone other than Obama, even a man who has no hesitation to lie to every one of your faces and change his story depending on who is listening. Does anyone at this point know where he really stands on anything? Where is the republican outrage of finding themselves stuck with a guy who is apparently a domestic policy chameleon? We now have the clearest example yet that republicans do not care for the quality of their leadership, they only care if he calls himself a republican. Call that crap last night a win if it makes you feel better but the cold hard truth remains that the GOP thinks republican voters are idiots and none of you are doing a damned thing to prove them wrong. The Etch-A-Sketch comment has once again been proven correct, the tea party crowd has been proven devoid of conviction and you have all once again proven that the Rove/Norquist Neo-Cons own you all and that you will love whoever they tell you to with all your shriveled black hearts.