Skip to comments.Democrats fired up for VP debate
Posted on 10/11/2012 3:04:26 AM PDT by Cincinatus' WifeEdited on 10/11/2012 3:49:38 AM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
"We're talking about the Affordable Care Act," Medicare, the Lilly Ledbetter equal pay act and "non-discrimination in the workplace," she said. "Joe Biden is the author of the Violence Against Women Act," she told The Chronicle's editorial board....
Among the 900 guests who jammed the grand ballroom at the Fairmont Hotel on Wednesday were.....
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Custer was equally fired up against the Cheyenne.
Life is like a box of chocolates......
Uhhhhhh....yeah. I bet they are.
said Wednesday that Vice President Joe Biden need only remember one word in the vice presidential debate Thursday: “Women.”...”It’s about women,”..
Well No Stretch face it is not about women. It is about America and Americans. That is why this nation is so screwed. You and you ilk try to pit every group against each other so you can gain power. SCREW YOU.............
Yeah, because the hell with men. Right, Nanzi?
Pelosi said Romney engaged in falsehoods of "almost biblical" proportions in last week's debate with Obama on subjects from his tax policy to Social Security and Medicare under Romney-Ryan budget plans.
Name one, b***h.
Given the massive, over-the-top media bias for Obama, with much of the mainstream media openly campaigning for the guy; Given the insider connection between one of the debate “moderators” and Obama; Given the cockiness from the Dumbassocrats over this debate, even though Biden is a complete mental midget; Does anyone doubt that the media has leaked the debate questions to Biden?
The ‘RATS are excited b/c they know Plugs will blurt out every lie his handlers have been stuffing into his pea-brain.
No. But it will not help him.
"I'm amazed that brain generates enough energy to keep those legs moving." - Lex Luther - "Superman"
The old fool just might cry again.
Voters will see a young, energetic VP candidate and a washed up, desperate old man plugging for a failed president. The facts and comments won’t matter a bit.
ABC Radio just reported that Slow Joe has spent the week learning to remember the attack lines that Obama forgot last week! LOL
"Obama made a lot of great points debate night. Unfortunately, most of them were for Romney"
Liberalism will get another butt kicking tonight. Unlike previous elections, liberalism has now been put into practice, and all the consequences conservatives said would happen, have happened. The results of this regime’s policies are indefensible, as we found out in the first debate.
I hope Paul Ryan does get tough questions. I hope Biden is “agressive”, and puts style over substance. It’s a loser strategy.
There are many, many more media myths to be destroyed. Reason will win over emotion.
"Hi there, Americans. Just boning up for the debate---one sip at a time."
Ryan's approach should be - ‘Women work hard, in and outside of the home, and the economic policies of this administration have hurt women in both of those settings. Those women who are at home have seen and average decrease in household earnings of nearly 5%, up to 11% in African American households, and that affects daily life at home significantly. For those women out in the workforce, they too have had a near 5% drop in income, and they too are affected by the dwindling opportunities for well-paying jobs.
In the meantime, costs of food and gas have increased, and the national debt has soared - so mothers out there are seeing their children saddled with the largest federal debt burden of any generation before them. They also are burdened with worry about what kind of future their children are going to have - and for the first time in our history are facing the distinct possibility that their children will have less in life than they had.
There is a war on women, but it is being waged by the administration that Mr. Biden is here desperately trying to defend. He talks about health care, but under his watch and the President's watch there was a push to do away with screening mammograms for women under 40. This is their approach - big government dictating policy for individuals. Although <10% of breast cancer occurs in women under 40, for those women - those individuals, the possibility of earlier diagnosis and earlier treatment could make all the difference in the world. They are individuals, and shouldn't be thought of as government statistics whose risks don't reach the threshold for health care expenditure.
The policies of this administration are bad for women, bad for men, bad for families, and bad for America.’
Or something like that.