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DEBATE WATCHING PARTY: The Statesman vs. the Hockey Mom

Joe Biden is an intelligent, worldly statesman . . . but can he field dress a moose?

Don't miss this much anticipated match-up between the Statesman and the Hockey Mom.

Bring your friends, wear your Obama gear and join us as we cheer Joe on to victory!

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"Governor Palin....I should have a choice about this"

Campaign Funnies: Palin Blasts Obama's Ties to the Weather Channel


If you own a dog

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Sarah Palin is an enthusiastic supporter of aerial wolf gunning. Often wolves shot from the air are not killed outright and left to die on the ground. Palin enthusiastically defends this cruelty. You can find out more here.

Top Ten Messages Left on Sarah Palin's Answering Machine

From The Late Show with David Letterman, October 3, 2008.

The Statesman vs. the Hockey Mom

These next two installments of VP candidate interviews with Katie Couric on CBS show the stark contrast between Biden and Palin. Biden provides fluent and substantive answers. Palin ---- well not so much.

See Palin and Biden on Roe v. Wade and on separation of church and state:

Sarah Palin

Joe Biden


Cafferty: Palin should "scare the hell out of you"

The fact that Palin’s studying to be Vice President through all-night cram sessions, as if the campaign were some undergrad final should, in Cafferty's words, "scare the hell out of [every American]".

Palin On Russia

All you can say is: unbelievable. Except she is the vice-presidential candidate of a national political party. Palin tries to defend the foreign policy “experience” she gleaned from being Governor of a state that’s close to Russia.


Dumbing down the VP debate

Palin hiding from the press: Day 24

The Washington Post notes the historically unprecedented attempt by a vice-presidential nominee to hide from press accountability:

Mr. McCain's selection of an inexperienced and relatively unknown figure was unsettling, and the campaign's decision to keep her sequestered from serious interchanges with reporters and voters serves only to deepen the unease. Mr. McCain is entitled to choose the person he thinks would be best for the job. He is not entitled to keep the public from being able to make an informed assessment of that judgment. Ms. Palin's speech-making skills are impressive, but the more she repeats the same stump speech lines, the queasier we get. Nor have her answers to the gentle questioning she has encountered provided any confidence that Ms. Palin has a grasp of the issues.

There are only a few weeks to go before the United States may pick a potential president who has never given a press conference as a candidate for national office. This is not a functioning democracy.

And McCain is even worse: 40 days since his last press conference.


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