Thursday, October 02, 2008
Vee-Peep Debate Play by Play
Sure just start right away with the soccer Mom thing.

Health care bridge to nowhere bust by Biden.

Why are they both arguing over the Prez candidates?

Oh yeah, we don't really know what the Vice President does do we?

Biden's bald.

Palin has an Adams apple or is that just a strong neck?

I think Biden wants her.

Yup, he wants her bad.

Climate change.

Well Jesus is coming anyway so who cares hey?

Uh oh, sorry no gay marriage allowed either way.

Dog Break!!

Biden is starting to drool.

He also has a way of repeating himself over and over and over again.

That's not change, that's more of the same Joe!

Short end of the stick.

Okay, quit with the cliche's.

Say it ain't so Joe!!

I spoke too soon.

Now to the meat of the matter....

What does a Vice President do!! Enlighten me!!

This must be the longest 90 minutes of Sarah Palin's life.

Uh oh, Joe's about to cry.

Looks like it's the longest 90 minutes of Biden's life too!

Me thinks Joe Biden's been beat up by a girl.

She did pretty well. I thought for sure it would be a train wreck, but I'm pleasantly surprised. They both did well actually. However, I have the hand the prize over to Palin on this one.

You go girl!!
Stumble It! .......posted by Margaret @ 10:03 PM  
9 Comments:
  • At 2:43 AM, Blogger Orhan Kahn said…

    I lol'd.

     
  • At 5:33 AM, Blogger Carlos said…

    Palin did better than I expected. She only threw down a couple of completely incoherent, run-on sentences. I figured she'd do a lot worse than that.

    One thing I did find quite tedious was Palin's cutesy winking, etc; her endless repetition of cliches, phrases and key words, so obviously drilled into her head by handlers:

    Mayor and Governor
    Executive Decisions
    Soccer Mom

    etc.

    After 8yrs of Shrub, it's always refreshing to hear articulate politicians. Palin and Biden were both just that.

     
  • At 11:14 AM, Blogger Jill said…

    Gee, she didn't implode. I thought Biden did very well, of course he has that thing called experience. She did well too. But somehow I just don't think the hockey mom attitude will work on the world stage. Wink, wink...

     
  • At 11:30 AM, Blogger Bob said…

    Were you watching the same debate that I was? Palin did well but not well enough. Did you notice:

    That Palin is yet to offer deep insight on any substantive issue or indicate what she would hope to do as vice president?

    That in the debate that Palin made it clear that she would simply not answer questions she was not comfortable with?

    That her scripted responses last night gave few clues about the qualities she brings as a possible president (in the event of the death of John McCain)?

    As best, Sarah Palin was posed and demonstrated that she could speak in public. 67% of those responding this morning to a CNN poll said Biden took the debate. Those responding to a request to grade the debate on CNN gave Biden a B average while Palin came up with a D average.

    I am a registered Republican and voted for Bush once. That was enough. Voting for McCain will bring us an old man who can't cut it (how many 73 year old men do you know that can out think someone in their 40's?) and will render the same old good old boy thinking that got the USA into the mess that it is in today.

    Obama may not be the best choice but he's the only choice given who the Republicans have served up as their "best".

     
  • At 2:17 PM, Blogger Margaret said…

    I respect the political opinions and votes of everyone.

    Four years ago after hearing McCain speak on a few occasions, I said to myself, "Wish this guy was running for Prez."

    This year he is and I have already committed my vote to him. I'll admit, I was concerned - especially recently with his VP pick in Palin.

    She did do well last night, as did Biden. My opinion as a Mom with many of the same concerns as Palin - is that I like her. I can identify with her.

    Yes, we're commoners. Maybe she's too common. With that in mind, I think it would be great to have someone on Capitol Hill that isn't too far gone with the political game to represent us.

    Not the "machine" that has been running things for the last 40 years. With parts from both parties.

     
  • At 7:24 PM, Blogger Dr.John said…

    I'm with you.
    Palin did very well. She was against a man who has used words as a weapon for years and held her own.

     
  • At 5:20 AM, Blogger Carlos said…

    Margie...I understand people's connection with Palin. That's not my cup of tea with regard to optimal criteria for a VP, but I understand it.

    My problem with Palin is that she just isn't smart enough; not even smart enough to dodge softball questions handed to her by Couric or Gwen; or to parrot the Republican mantra correctly or accurately.

    Not everyone is supposed to be smart; lord knows I'm not the smartest person in the world, but in electing the leaders of our country, intelligence carries a lot of weight in my book.

    I want someone way smarter than me in office.

    McCain picked Palin for all the wrong reasons.

    Just my two cents. I'm going back to sleep now (up way to early!)

     
  • At 6:52 AM, Blogger Evil Transport Lady said…

    Just found your blog via "Hurt Locker"......I love it! You have a new fan:)

     
  • At 8:33 PM, Blogger bettygram said…

    I thought the VP debate better than the P debate. I didn't fall asleep as I did in the other debate.

     
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