Your daily Morning Fizz.


1. Washington Post fact check

2. AP Fact Check

3. The Week fact check

4. FactCheck.org fact check

5. Lefty fact check on Romney

6. Politico fact check

7. CBS News fact check

8. PolitiFact fact check

9. Daily Beast fact check roundup

10. Salon fact check[pullquote]"I'll vote for you, dude. But Obama: GET IT TOGETHER."—somewhere on Vashon Island[/pullquote]

The most consistent thing you'll find in these fact checks is that Romney's $5 trillion tax cut pledge isn't fact-checkable because he's not telling the public how he's going to pay for it.

As we noted on our twitter barrage during the debate last night: "combine 'some' agencies? ...name them."

Regardless, as we also noted, Romney was well-prepared and Obama was meandering. (The only rehearsing Obama seemed to have done was to have his shout out to Michelle for their anniversary down.)

Romney, like an eager A-student whose hand shoots up at every question, clearly won the debate last night, including getting off the best sound bite: "Trickle-down government"—a catchy (and less crazy sounding) way of blaming Obama for creeping socialism.

And Obama fans: Stop blaming the ref.

To quote the most telling tweet we saw last night (from a Seattle ... pardon, Vashon Island! ... lefty): "I'll vote for you, dude. But Obama: GET IT TOGETHER."