There's disagreement over what happened and I can't sift it out at the moment to determine what exactly is true despite reading various articles about it.
The only thing I see is Obama and Chris Christie actually working together to accomplish stuff in the Sandy-torn Northeast as if an election isn't even going on, while Romney heads to Ohio to collect canned goods in order to get photo ops in a swing state where only about 150,000 lost power but millions were still out of power in NYC and NJ. That's not even a distortion, it's raw coverage. What else really needs to be said? When disaster strikes, American people should be able to see who has their back, and who meanwhile doesn't even have a clue. (And the Republican election team is actually expressing themselves in way that indicate buyer's remorse that Romney chose Ryan instead of Christie. Again, they're just thinking about winning.) We're seeing who is bipartisan and who is not.
I'm just kind of surprised at the things you pick to focus on (where the facts aren't even clear), when meanwhile very broad obvious stuff is happening right here in front of us that clearly indicates character and it's being blatantly overlooked.