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  • Vice Presidential Debate Summary in a Sentance

    Posted by Trent Telenko on October 12th, 2012 (All posts by )

    Ryan avoided a “Dan Quayle mistake,” and Biden’s performance reminded voters that he was Obama’s “Dan Quayle mistake.”

     

    2 Responses to “Vice Presidential Debate Summary in a Sentance”

    1. Bill Brandt Says:

      I think – for much of these – these “debates” are nothing more than PR exercises – the content is ignored and the commentariat comment on how “Presidential” they act – the first debate seemed to be outside that norm – a real debate with enforced rules.

      This thing last night the “moderator” seemed more like a cuckhold – watching things from afar and controlling nothing, and Biden appeared as a rude loud buffoon.

    2. Jonathan Says:

      Ryan avoided a “Dan Quayle mistake,” and Biden’s performance reminded voters that he was Obama’s “Dan Quayle mistake.”

      Ha, I hope you’re right.