Ok, so one of the answer was, "No, but in other elections it has". Are you suggesting that in other elections, it would change your mind? And additionally, do you think that seeing how "presidential" they are, in a artificial situation that president would never find himself, is valuable? In the last 8 years, when has Obama ever been stuck on in front of a camera for 90 minutes, with no commercial breaks, excluding the 4 presidential debates? When has that ever been something that he had to do while conducting business as president? Or any other president? Never. So what value does that have? Do you think two people spitting insults at each other for 90 minutes, is a skill needed to complete any other duty of president? I guess I'm questioning the difference between looking the part, or actually being the part. I'd rather have substance over form. A guy can stand there and looking "presidential", and still be a nimrod in the office.