THE BIDEN/PALIN DEBATE

by MullOverThis

Reputedly, some conservative Republicans are concerned about Palin’s abiity to perform for the upcoming Vice-Presidential debate.

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/09/30/us/politics/30palin.html?nl=pol&emc=pola1

Based upon her robotic programmed responses during the Gibson interview made even more evident when speaking with Katie Couric, the Repubs have sequestered Palin for three days to prepare for this week’s debate. 

How long is Palin going to have to prepare to BE the Vice President of the United States, if she needs three days of intense preparation to say what she’s been told?   If Palin cannot be trusted to speak from the breadth of knowledge, judgment and experience that she already has for a debate, how much more should she be trusted to, uh, run the country if McCain doesn’t survive a full term?  Just thought I should throw this question out there for those who are voting for the next President and could be President of the United States of America.

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3 Responses to “THE BIDEN/PALIN DEBATE”

  1. Why not question that the moderator, Gwen Ifill, of the upcoming Biden-Palin debate is pro-Obama. She wrote a book that praises Obama, obviously she will try her best to make Palin look bad in the debate Why couldn’t the moderator be more fair and bi-partisan?

    Why not make fun of Joe Biden, who thinks FDR was President in 1929, and thinks paying more taxes is patriotic?

  2. Equality, DID YOU WATCH THE DEBATE? Being pro-Obama does not make the moderator biased. The time is objective, the questions projected to both candidates were, UHHHHHHH, directed to BOTH candidates. Finally, there are two more Presidential debates. With all four debates, DON’T YOU THINK ALL OF THE MODERATORS HAVE THEIR OWN PREFERENCE? Why is Ifill’s open interest in Obama all of a sudden questioned? Folks are real funny. Please define “paying more taxes”. I think Biden did an artful job of defining Obama’s tax plans, and McCain’s tax plans, moreso than Palin.

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