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Excerpted from Big Journalism: Liberals are more pleased with moderator Martha Raddatz than conservatives are disappointed. And it's easy to see why. Raddatz allowed Joe Biden to interrupt Paul Ryan repeatedly during the Vice Presidential debate, and interrupted Ryan herself, while posing questions that were radically in favor of the Obama team. Ryan overcame Raddatz's ...

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Excerpted from Joel Pollak's piece in Big Government: Rep. Paul Ryan won a tough debate on Thursday evening against Vice President Joe Biden--but Biden was not the biggest loser--who was, once again, President Barack Obama. Biden, in fact, surpassed (low) expectations and played to his Democratic base--though not to independent voters--by interrupting, smirking, and chuckling. ...

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Foreign Policy: Vice President Joseph Biden speaks only for himself and President Barack Obama, and neither man was aware that U.S. officials in Libya had asked the State Department for more security before the Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi, a top White House official told The Cable. Biden has come under ...

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Excerpted from The Hill: Vice President Biden's laughter during the vice presidential debate Thursday night is still the talk of Twitter on Friday morning, and is turning into one of themost memorable aspects of the first and only VP debate this cycle. Republicans think Biden was disrespectful to the American people and laughed off serious ...

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Mediaite: Many who watched last night’s vice presidential debate took issue with Vice President Joe Biden‘s interruptions and smiles — but the truly aggressive debate was taking place in California. Democratic Congressmen Howard Berman and Brad Sherman heated up their already bitter race when one of them got aggressive. “Howard, you want to get into this?” ...

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Excerpted from CBS News: Fifty percent of uncommitted voters who tuned into Thursday night's vice presidential debate in Danville, Ky., said they see Vice President Joe Biden as the winner over Mitt Romney's GOP running mate Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., according to an instant poll taken by CBS News. Of the 431 polled immediately following the ...

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Oct 11, 2012 Comments Off Chuck Biscuits

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As Paul Ryan tried to detail Mitt Romney's tax plan, Vice President Biden interrupted and claimed that the tax plan would not work. Ryan responded by saying that the same plan was done under "Jack Kennedy." Biden laughed at Ryan and said, "Oh, now you're Jack Kennedy?" Biden continued to talk over Ryan as he ...

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RNC Chair Reince Priebus claimed that Vice President Joe Biden interrupted Congressman Paul Ryan "82 times" during the debate.

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Oct 11, 2012 Comments Off Chuck Biscuits

Excerpted from The Ticket: How confident was Team Romney heading into Thursday's vice presidential debate? In an unusual move, the Romney campaign allowed a small pool of reporters into the Republican nominee's hotel room in Asheville, N.C., to witness Romney and his top aides watching the first few minutes of the debate between his running mate, ...

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Excerpted from Politico: Vice President Joe Biden and Rep. Paul Ryan were the two candidates on stage at Thursday’s vice presidential debate, but a third character emerged: Joe Biden’s laugh, which didn’t escape the notice of tweeting politicos. (And led, of course, to at least three satirical Twitter accounts: Laughing Joe Biden, Biden Smirk, and ...

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