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VP Debate Wrap Report October 7, 2008

Filed under: Politics — Wired_Momma @ 5:31 pm

I’m still wiping the puke from my mouth from all the times Palin winked at the camera last week…and her mention of the Castro Brothers….so instead, really, what more can I say after reading Richard Cohen’s recap in today’s Washington Post. It’s a must-read:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/10/06/AR2008100602634.html

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One Response to “VP Debate Wrap Report”

  1. Jeannine Says:

    One of the things that surprised me the most was that most of the pundits said that the debate was not a game changer and did nothing to move the needle. I can say from experience that this is incorrect, at least in my case. I am traditionally a just-right-of-center Republican who, after that debate made the decision that I could not vote for the McCain/Palin ticket. I was embaressed for her and the party as a whole. And funny, my future husband who watched the debate independently of me made the same decision!

    Oh- and one more thing I came up with while watching the debate; I now feel that if you say darn enough, say 3 times, it definitely equals a damn. Same with numerous hecks equalling a Hell! I mean, we know what you mean to say! Now, I am not one to ctiticize someone for cursing, that would be the pot calling out the kettle, but I am annoyed that it seems cutesy so say heck and darn so many times. We know Gosh Darn= God Damn and Heck = Hell!

    Back to work while I still have a job!


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