The only vice-presidential debate in the 2012 election season is complete and the verdict is in: Biden did exactly what the liberal base demanded and Ryan went for a broader audience. Vice President Biden spent the debate pushing the liberal talking points by painting his opponent as killing medicare, gutting social security, being a warmonger […]
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The Vice Presidential Debate in Danville, Kentucky featured a calm, cool Paul Ryan facing off against a visibly irritated, impatient and unruly Vice President Joe Biden. CNN conducted a poll after the debate asking who readers thought won the debate and Ryan edged out the feisty VP by four points – the left became unhinged […]
CDN’s Michelle Ray will be covering tonight’s Vice Presidential debate Tonight Vice President Joe Biden will face-off against Republican V.P. candidate Rep. Paul Ryan. The debate will be broadcast live on ABC, CBS, C-SPAN, FOX and NBC, as well as all cable news channels including CNBC, CNN, Fox News, and MSNBC and a livestream will be hosted […]
You know, I thought the rules change vote debacle at the Republican Party convention in Tampa, Florida could not be topped for arrogance by the establishment elitists but I was wrong. The Democrats managed to top that raw example of tyranny and “in your face” arrogance toward We the People at their convention in Charlotte, […]
For the third time this week, National Syndicated Columnist and Fox News contributor, had more than harsh words about President Barack Obama’s DNC acceptance speech given Thursday evening. He called it. “one of the emptiest speeches” ever given by a presidential nominee for a major party. “I was stunned,” he said. “This is a man […]
The Biden ‘funnies’ continue, to no one’s surprise. This time, he says that he has known 3 presidents “intimately”. Watch here: “But folks, I can tell you that I’ve known eight presidents, three of them intimately,” Biden said at a speech yesterday. Follow Chris On Twitter
In a Minnesota speech yesterday, Vice President Joe Biden referred to Republicans as “squealing pigs”. Watch Here: Follow Chris on Twitter
When Mitt Romney chose Rep. Paul Ryan to be his running mate nine days ago, he forced Democrats to engage in serious intellectual debate in the coming weeks and months, rather than demagoguing which has been the main practice of the Obama/Biden campaign as of yet. Well, that’s what one would have thought, because, well, […]
A recent Zogby poll has received a considerable amount of attention, which shows the new Republican ticket of Romney/Ryan pulling an impressive 41% of young voters between the ages of 18 to 29, while the Democratic ticket of Obama/Biden only pulled 49%. This is a considerable gain by Republicans, considering that during the 2008 election […]
Team Obama recently reaffirmed their intent to keep Joe Biden on the Democratic ticket. Many in the GOP heartily agree with this plan. American Crossroads has come up with a humorous look at some if the ‘Biden gaffes’. What do you think? Should Joe run?
One thing about the world of politics that probably will never change is the bigger-than-real-life quality the press and public often attribute to politicians. While we try to remind ourselves that these are just people, eventually we give in to the idea that these people must be smarter, or better than everyone else. Why else […]
With reports swirling around Washington that president Obama might put Secretary of State Clinton on the Democratic ticket in November instead of Joe Biden, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney dismissed those reports, and addressed the lunch meetings as ‘routine’. But is there anything really routine about this schedule? 10:15AMTHE PRESIDENT and THE VICE PRESIDENT […]
Good ‘ole Uncle Joe has been absolutely gaffe-tastic the last few weeks, but that won’t lead to Obama switching VP’s for the 2012 run. After telling Virginian’s that they can help win North Carolina, telling supporters that Romney and Ryan will “put y’all in chains”, asking a wheelchair-bound Senator to”stand up” and more, you’d think […]
After the grueling GOP nominee debates last year, political junkies are just dying for another round of “this or that”, “tweet your question”, “raise your hand if you agree” and other network gimmickry intended to entertain everyone involved. Not this time. Wednesday, the Commission on Presidential Debates announced the number, dates, and format of the […]