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Listening to Sarah Palin explain nothing about her positions or those of McCain was, strangely, as satisfying as listening to Joe Biden confidently take a stand for the middle class. It was almost as if Sarah Palin was given a series of the cards and told "stick to these" and Joe was just prepared to just give it his all; although it did seem at one point he might have been losing his patience and becoming irritated with Sarah Palin's repeating herself over and over again- maverick this and maverick that. Listen, unless you think tax breaks for the wealthy and deregulation are good things that the 99% should be fighting for, like Republicans do, then vote for a Democrat. Stand up for the middle class and vote Democrat.
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