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Debate poll says Biden won, Palin beat expectation – A national poll of people who watched the vice presidential debate Thursday night suggests that Democratic Sen. Joe Biden won, but also says Republican Gov. Sarah Palin exceeded expectations.

Obama Hits Palin’s Debate Performance In Ad – Barack Obama’s campaign is already out with an ad based on the vice presidential debate — specifically, Sarah Palin’s inability to defend John McCain’s health care plan. The clip uses Joe Biden’s line that the McCain-Palin health care plan is a “bridge to nowhere.”

Joe, and Sarah six pack – This week, Sarah Palin gave a curious rationale for her candidacy. “It’s time,” the Republican vice presidential nominee said, “that normal Joe Six-Pack American is finally represented in the position of vice presidency.”

Early thought: No train wreck – Palin’s solid performance on the style front prevented the worst outcome but did it move the needle in a positive direction for McCain? I don’t think so.

Biden wins the debate, but Palin regains lost ground – Gov. Sarah Palin’s job in the vice presidential debate Thursday night in St. Louis was to assure the nation that she’s qualified to be vice president, and if need be, step in as president.

The politics of spunk – She winked. She wrinkled her nose. She gave a “shout-out” to a third-grade class.

The Vice-Presidential Debate – We cannot recall when there were lower expectations for a candidate than the ones that preceded Sarah Palin’s appearance in Thursday night’s vice-presidential debate with Joseph Biden. After a series of stumbling interviews that raised serious doubts even among conservatives about her fitness to serve as vice president, Ms. Palin had to do little more than say one or two sensible things and avoid an election-defining gaffe.

Palin at Debate Refuses to Answer Question – “There is not, and how long have I been at this? Like five weeks?”


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