Mike Pence and Tim Kaine to clash in vice presidential debate


#1

The vice presidential nominees are just a few hours from the most important performances of their careers.

Democrat Tim Kaine and Republican Mike Pence are under no illusions.

The debate at the Longwood University in Virginia is a proxy war for the top of the ticket, and so the pressure is on.

news.sky.com/story/mike-pence-and-tim-kaine-to-clash-in-vice-presidential-debate-10604824


#2

I will be practicing for my euphonium recital. With the TV off.


#3

Hopefully they will say something new.
:popcorn:


#4

I’m looking forward to it. I’d like to see what kind of questions they will be asked. I expect life issues to be discussed.


#5

Got my bottle of scotch on standby

debatedrinking.com/


#6

You’ll probably need it.:slight_smile:


#7

I might check out a commentary a certain website is doing. If I say it I’ll get banned though.


#8

Without stepping aside from the important topic at hand, what type of Scotch do you like?
The one that I like the most was Macallan 18 year


#9

looking forward to the debates. I think Pence is a solid guy. looking forward to hearing more from him. if Trump/Pence wins, I would have no problem with Pence becoming president if Trump was unable to continue because of sickness or something worse.


#10

Should be an interesting debate, I’ll agree, but the experts think it won’t be a game-changer unless one or the other of them says something really controversial.


#11

Exactly. It’s the VP debate. Neither man is really all that important in the grand scheme unless something happens to the President.


#12

Nevermind. I… have changed my mind. Just hope this election stuff stops going so crazy.


#13

The GOP has come back from the future to tell us who won the debate.

Edit: actually all the spin articles the RNC are planning have been posted, including “It’s clear who lost the VP debate: Hillary Clinton” and “5 Questions Tim Kaine was not asked”:

The American people will hold Tim Kaine and Hillary Clinton accountable for their records of failure and corruption even if tonight’s debate did not. Tim Kaine must be breathing a sigh of relief that he did not have to answer for these important questions:

They caught their mistake and took them down now.


#14

Such hubris!


#15

I wonder about those issues as well - they haven’t made much of an entrance into the race thus far.


#16

LOL. Well, I guess they need a little wishful thinking these days. :wink:


#17

Catholic vs. Former Catholic - sure to be interesting.


#18

They are both such courtly, decent men - no doubt!


#19

I absolutely agree. What a difference.

Woops, mudslinging just began.


#20

It always does, but I stand by my original thoughts regarding these gentlemen.


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