Thanks to Barack Obama’s lackluster debate performance last week, the match-up Thursday night between Vice President Biden and Rep. Paul Ryan suddenly matters that much more.
Only 18% of voters consider the Vice Presidential debate very important to their vote.
PAUL RYAN starts off NAILS TEAM OBAMA on the Benghazi terror attack.
** Biden starts out defending Obama’s failed foreign policy.
Ryan is killing it!
Biden just blamed Republicans for defunding embassy security when it was a bipartisan vote.
Biden projection: “These guys bet against America all the time.”
Joe Biden: We did not know they wanted more security there.
(They were the only ones who didn’t know!)
Paul Ryan attacks Obama’s mixed messages on Iran – watered down sanctions.
“The key to do this peacefully is to have credibility.”
Joe Biden is getting hot. Insists Obama is close to Netanyahu.
Joe Biden is laughing at the possibility of Israel being engulfed in a nuclear fireball. Laugh it up, idiot. (Jim Treacher)
Joe Biden: “This president doesn’t bluff.”
Biden goes off on the rich and 47% line – rich need to take some responsibility here. They need to sign a pledge “We’re going to level the playing field.”
Paul Ryan attacks Obama’s failed economic record.
Joe Biden is going off on liberal talking points.
Paul Ryan slams Joe Biden. Tells him he knows he’s under pressure.
Biden continues to interrupt Paul Ryan.
UPDATE: It’s pretty clear after fifty minutes that Joe Biden will not allow Paul Ryan to talk.
Moderator sides with Joe Biden – interrupts Paul Ryan. Says Al-Qaeda has been degraded.
(Don’t tell Lara Logan.)
Joe Biden brags about leaving Afghanistan. “It doesn’t depend.” how things are on the ground.
What a disaster. Thanks to Obama’s policies Afghanistan is lost.
Paul Ryan: We don’t want to extend past 2014.
We’re sending fewer people out to do more of these jobs after we pulled out troops.
Paul Ryan nails Biden on Syria. “We wouldn’t call Assad a reformer.”
Joe Biden on Syria: Blah, Blah, Blah
Joe Biden just outright lied about the HHS mandate and how it affects Catholic institutions. Sick.
Paul Ryan: Our church should not have to sue the federal government to maintain religious liberties