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2012 Presidential debates
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7:30 PM PT:
Joe Biden for Debate Coach!
@LOLGOP via web

7:31 PM PT: If I could post this a thousand times, I would:

I miss Jim Lehrer. @NewsHour #debate
@KarlRove via Twitter for iPhone
That's what a loser says.

7:31 PM PT: Oh, and by the way Karl, Mitt Romney's win last week had nothing to do with Jim Lehrer.

7:33 PM PT: Verdict: MSNBC will be quite watchable after this debate. No meltdowns predicted.

7:34 PM PT: I think Paul Ryan won the water drinking competition.

7:36 PM PT: If a TV nation could look like a deer in headlights, that'd be Fox. Complaining about Biden rudely interrupting Ryan. Saying Ryan looked more respectful. Hmmm. I don't think lying comes off as respectful.

7:37 PM PT: Anderson Cooper: "I did get the sense that Joe Biden enjoyed himself."

7:39 PM PT:
Biden moved campaign back toward weaknesses of Romney/Ryan ideas. Ryan spent lots of time on defense. Obama could not ask for more #vpdebate
@EJDionne via web
7:41 PM PT:
@markos CNN "snap" poll is coming soon. CNN-ORC polling debate watchers right now. Results on CNN soon. #CNNDebate
@SamFeistCNN via web

7:41 PM PT: Donald Trump really liked the part where Joe Biden didn't have a chance to rebut Paul Ryan:

Pretty even debate- no knockouts. However Ryan's closing statement somewhat stronger. What do you think? #VPDebate
@realDonaldTrump via web

7:43 PM PT (Kaili Joy Gray): New thread here.


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