Hasn't Twitter made the Spin Room obselete? Everyone has their own spin room--who needs surrogates?
— Arianna Huffington (@ariannahuff) October 23, 2012
RT AliNBCNews Romney team first in the spin room, they say Obama using lines like "horse and bayonet" looked below presidency
— Mark Murray (@mmurraypolitics) October 23, 2012
Good night from the spin room at Hofstra, where somehow both candidates managed compelling, clear victories. #NBCPolitics
— Garrett Haake (@GarrettNBCNews) October 17, 2012
Obama looks cool. Romney looks sweaty. Will post-mortems agree? #debate
— Roger Ebert (@ebertchicago) October 23, 2012
— Sarah Lane (@sarahlane) October 23, 2012
In spin room, Romney supporters are saying Obama was mean and obnoxious. Translation: he won. #debate
— Tina Dupuy (@TinaDupuy) October 17, 2012
Highest tweet count during debate: 105,767 TPM - 9:45pm EDT - Obama: "We also have fewer horses and bayonets." per Twitter@Gov team..
— Mark Knoller (@markknoller) October 23, 2012
Sen Kerry hits spin room: "I don’t think it’s time to have an unsteady, inexperienced, unclear hand on the tiller of U.S. foreign policy"
— Ali Weinberg (@AliNBCNews) October 22, 2012
There was a moment in the spin room tonight - a sad, dark moment - when Pauly Shore was mobbed by press, and John McCain stood all alone
— Jeremy W. Peters (@jwpetersNYT) October 23, 2012
With 10 minutes left in debate, Portman in spin room already. The full Romney team is talking to some reporters w/candidate still on stage
— Jeff Zeleny (@jeffzeleny) October 23, 2012
In one corner of the spin room? John McCain. In the other? John Kerry. Last two losing presidential candidates, doing their best spin-work.
— Matt Viser (@mviser) October 22, 2012
Bottom line... Obama's plan for the future of America is "Blame the rich guy" and "take his money" #tcot
— Joe the Plumber (@Joe4Congress12) October 23, 2012
Charles Krauthammer: Romney unequivocally won the debate both tactically and strategically.
— colbyhall (@colbyhall) October 23, 2012
Another indicator Mitt lost: Republicans now defending the idea we need more horses and bayonets.
— AdamSerwer (@AdamSerwer) October 23, 2012
Swing state indys think Obama was debate winner by a 55/40 margin. 90% of Dems think Obama won, 81% of GOP for Mitt: publicpolicypolling.com/pdf/2011/1022P…
— PublicPolicyPolling (@ppppolls) October 23, 2012
BREAKING NEWS: CNN Post-Debate Poll: Who won the debate? Obama 48% | Romney 40% (scientific poll of debate watchers only). #CNNDebate
— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) October 23, 2012