JUST GOT BACK from taking my mother-in-law to the hospital again. I don't think I'm in the right frame of mind to liveblog the debates tonight. Stephen Green and Ann Althouse will be liveblogging, I believe, and if you're going to be liveblogging it too, you can leave a link here. Back later.
UPDATE: PoliPundit, who called the last debate for Kerry within five minutes, has declared Cheney the winner of this one.
Jim Geraghty: "The single most devastating drubbing since Lloyd Bentsen smacked Dan Quayle all around the stage in 1988."
Stephen Green: "I changed the channel back to Fox, and their 'All-Star Panel' looks happy tonight. After the Bush-Kerry debate last week, they looked like they'd been through the wringer. That speaks volumes about who the commentariat will probably view as tonight's winner."
Ed Morrissey: "Edwards got buried." He doesn't think it'll make a lot of difference, though. (Well, Quayle getting buried didn't.)
LAST UPDATE to this post: Jonah Goldberg offers some meta-analysis on the debate punditry: "I think the disparity between pro-Bush and anti-Bush pundits (there are so few pro-Kerry pundits it's silly to create a category for them) might be partially explained by an interesting dynamic. Principled conservatives and principled liberals like their Veeps better than their presidents."