Obama kicked ass: composed, intelligent, articulate, consistent...without seeming too rehearsed. But he's starting to face tough questions about how much all his proposals will cost...I see the taxation issue becoming the big obstacle for him in the long run.
Clinton seems satisfied to step back and decline to go on the offensive. I wonder if she assumes herself to be the heir apparent at this point. She and Obama seemed quite congenial at the debate...almost seemed to be working together.
Edwards looked pretty solid. Not afraid to go on the attack. Mostly articulate throughout. Made a strong case that we should re-establish our alliances and our moral authority.
Biden was excellent, but didn't seem to say anything very memorable. I think his performance will be largely forgotten by the viewers.
Richardson and Gravel were all over the place. Confusing with no abiliy to manage their time.
Kucinich, I thinks he comes across so anti-war that he seems anti-troops. I think he'll alienate himself from the American core.
Dodd made the point that he would restore the abridged Constitutional rights, but was otherwise unmemorable.
Looking forward to the GOPs tomorrow.