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The Vice Presidential debate between Republican Vice Presidential nominee Governor Sarah Palin and Democratic Vice Presidential nominee Senator Joe Biden took place at Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, on October 2, 2008. The debate consisted of both foreign and domestic policy questions and PBS's Gwen Ifill moderated.
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I hope the next PD is better...

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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