YES! He re-energized the base & the polls will reflect it.
87%
NO! But it changed the conversation.
13%

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jazzyjoy's picture
jazzyjoy 4 years 14 weeks ago

Short of muffling Chris Matthews it couldn't hurt.

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DWinterhalter 4 years 14 weeks ago

I think Biden's performance itself may not show a big bump but I do think it will clear a path for President Obama to (hopefully) feel okay with being more agressive in the next two debates and that is what we need.

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GypsyO53 4 years 14 weeks ago

I belive VP Biden's great details will help - then - our President will push us forward to a great four more years!!

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Charles D. Del Papa 4 years 13 weeks ago

Ryan gave same dumbass puppy dog looks that Mitt invented.

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