Thursday, October 2, 2008

A brief look at the veep debate

Just some things to think of off of the Veep debate (there will be a special update either later Friday or Saturday containing my full analysis of the debate)


Biden was an idiot when he referred to the 1st article of the Constitution as being the executive and thus the mentioning of the Veep in it meant he was. It is legislative and helped Palins argument.
Vice president is legislative as well? Hmmm, the Constitution seems to disagree:
The Executive Power shall be vested in a President of the United States of America. He shall hold his Office during the Term of four Years, and, together with the Vice-President chosen for the same Term, be elected, as follows...


Palin makes a great point by saying that Alaska is bigger than Delaware, governing a large state is an important test in executive power

I mean, look at the size difference, you can not even see Delaware


However, when we talk about size does the actual size matter or does the population? Let's look at the population of the two:
Delaware - 865,000
Alaska - 670,000
Again, Palin wins in this area as Biden represents only 432,500 persons vs. her 670,000


Palin should stop talking about education and plans therein of hers. For somebody who talks about teaching creationism, she has not real educational groundings.



I like how both sides talked about protecting their children. They are very similar, both have a tough job (Palin with the special needs, Biden with flying to and from Washington daily to take care of his kids after his wife died). The only thing is that neither is doing anything to help the children over all (this will be heavily covered in the special update)


So, if both veeps say that contractual 'marriage' is okay for same sex couples then how the hell do they avoid the 1st when saying no gay marriage.


How is there an argument about change? Sure, both sides are changing, but which one is real and which one is fake?
Straw to Stick or Stick to Brick



Biden seems to have some issues containing his argument; if you are arguing that somebody should not be increasing our debt then don't, especially in the same exact breath, get pissed that they didn't increase spending on some things you wanted.


Both sides refused to answer the questions, Bob Woodworth, shut up.


Ending note, even Palin agrees that it should be Obama [on McCain] “he is the man that needs to leave”

2 comments:

Peter O said...

Ending note, even Palin agrees that it should be Obama [on McCain] “he is the man that needs to leave”

- what do you mean by this?

Barga said...

I mean

Palin even thinks that Obama should be the president
(from her closing statement, when talking about McCain)

"he is the man that needs to leave"

she meant to say lead, but it is an amusing screwup

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