Harold A. Black, a conservative and retired finance professor, argues that the liberal journalist was a biased moderator in the most recent U.S. presidential debate: "Candy Crowley. Should I say 'I told you so?' Although it would have been written and reported that Romney was peevish, don’t you wish Mitt had said 'Candy, if you are going to continue to interrupt me and fact check (erroneously) for the president, why don’t you go stand next to him.' Crowley’s open partisan behavior especially in interjecting that the president said at the outset that Libya was a terrorist attack when she had previously admonished David Axelrod that it was not, is the stuff that used to get people fired. Anyone taking bets that Crowley will stay on the job?"