YES! He'll challenge Ryan's lies.
64% (23 votes)
YES! How could it not?
36% (13 votes)
Total votes: 36

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R.A. Stewart 2 years 2 weeks ago

At least the "Yes-Yes" option gave me a chuckle, which I needed.

1. The corporate media will proclaim Ryan the winner regardless. We know that.

2. Biden has some big advantages: experience; brains; the facts on his side.

But then, so did Obama.

I don't know that I can bring myself to listen tonight. I'll probably just wait for the postmortem and keep urging my kids to keep up their contacts abroad.

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