Ryan won - here's why
Ask yourself, honest American: which of these two do you want one heartbeat from the Presidency? Biden was condescending, constantly interrupting, rude, and fact-challenged. Libya didn't ask for additional security? That's not what I heard.
Ryan wasn't overly aggressive but he didn't create any gaffes and thus didn't change Romney's momentum. I thought he was nervous, especially at the start, but measured and (eventually) confident. Ryan's closing statement was excellent, or at least much better than Folksy Joe. No KO but Ryan wins the debate on points.
Extra - Ricochet: "Tonight’s debate was again a major plus for the GOP. Biden was way too hot and irritatingly dismissive of Ryan. He was flat out wrong about the Libya. He hurt himself and the president. Ryan's manner was ideal: calm, controlled. His answers were well informed and well argued. You believed him... and liked him. Biden channeled the now defunct Air America, the leftist talk radio that was full of rage, a tone that put them out of business."
Also - CNN poll on the winner: "Ryan 48% - Biden 44%"." Wolf Blitzer just noted that in CNN's focus group of Virginia voters, Biden had slightly more "negative" moments while Ryan had much more "positive" moments.
Finally - Ann Althouse: "Biden was horribly rude." I'm watching CNN and they're saying an updated poll says Ryan won 49%-43%. Also more Americans said they'd be inclined to vote for Romney than Obama....therefore it was a "draw." Sure.