If you go to this morning's op-ed page of the Washington Post , you will find that they hit a grand slam today with four pieces that are worth the read.
Harold Meyerson looks at the teachers' strike in Chicago and, unlike so much commentary on the strike, explains that not all the fault lay on one side or the other.
Ruth Marcus wonders what a real debate would like if the moderators were willing to ask tough questions and wait for a real answer.
Dana Milbank notes that the House GOP has a problem remembering Mr. Romney's name and Mr. Romney appears not to have understood that by choosing Paul Ryan as his running mate, he had aligned himself with the highly unpopular GOP Congress.
And, Kathleen Parker asks why it is so important to us to like our political leaders.