Republicans, brace yourselves for a loss.
After a victorious debate for challenger Gov. Mitt Romney, stakes are high for President Obama's running mate, Vice President Joe Biden, going into his debate with Rep. Paul Ryan Thursday evening - and odds are the elder statesman will win this playground fight.
Two reasons this outcome seems inevitable:...more
Thank you Katie Couric for the follow-up questions. You pressed Sarah
Palin, asked for specifics, and you weren't afraid of inspecting her
and her record. Charles Gibson could learn a thing or two from you. I
just hoped it wasn't the case that you felt safe challenging Palin
because you yourself are a woman. And I had hoped Charlie Gibson didn't
avoid being tough with her because he's a man.
Thursday is a very big day: the debate between the vice presidential candidates, Senator Joe Biden (D) and Governor Sarah Palin (R). And frankly, TV and radio pundits, I'm not interested in what Palin will be wearing, or whether a frown from Biden means he's being "mean" to her.
Joe BidenIn fact, I want both of them in the hot seat.
Because single women have concerns they need addressed-honestly, openly, and immediately-by our political candidates.
We are the Lipstick Lobby-but we're not looking for lip service.