Comments: Sarah Palin rocked the debate!


Yep. Isn't it something how they like to point out how she's not qualified for the VP office? But the MSM will not go there with Barry's qualifications? You know, the one on the TOP of their ticket?!!

Posted by Marie at October 3, 2008 06:43 AM

I ran into the living room where Arthur was watching and asked "Did Biden just say that Obama wanted him to be present for all decisions?!"

That was WILD, but nobody in the MSM is talking about it today!

I thought she rawked! Only on the scene for 5 weeks and she ate his lunch... I love it!

Posted by pam at October 3, 2008 08:00 AM

I don't see how she won the debate. I think she turned her downward spiral around. I think she reassured her base. But I don't think she swayed any independents. Not answering the question may make people who hate the MSM happy, but when someone wants to know the answer, they just get annoyed. And I'm sorry -- wants to enlarge the role of the VP? What happened to the conservative thought of strict construction? Didn't we have enough polarization because of Cheney's redefining the role? If I were a Republican, I would be freaking out.

I'm not sure if Joe Biden did anything for independents either but he did talk to the left very well. It was certainly nice to hear someone articulate my beliefs.

I really don't see how one side rocked the other. I'm amazed that the polls are saying so overwhelmingly that Biden won the debate. Palin stopped the "bleeding" for sure and that is so huge that I think it might offset Biden's better grasp of the issues.

Posted by SBC at October 3, 2008 08:12 AM

I think she won simply because she didn't lose. Both of them made minor mistakes, and neither of them did anything to change people's minds.

So that's a win for Sarah. Where win = not lose.

Posted by caltechgirl at October 3, 2008 09:26 AM

I agree, Palin rocked, but I was a little disappointed that she didn't kick Biden's @ss a little bit,,,come on, that's what we were all waiting to see!

Posted by Michele at October 3, 2008 04:49 PM