Palin vs Biden: Vice Presidential Debate (With Cartoons)


Michelle Malkin has excellent play-by-play coverage at:

Sarah vs. Smirky: Vice presidential debate thread

SARAH ROCKS!

Malkin totally is a huge Palin fan.

Great after-debate pics at Gateway Pundit.

Vid of Palin bashing Obama, calling him ‘disqualified to be President’ from Gateway Pundit:

From Gateway Pundit, Obama once again has to rely on his teleprompter to comment on Biden’s debating!

At Gateway Pundit, a video of Karl Rove lists 10 statements made by Biden that are factually wrong. I can’t embed it here, so head on over to the link.

Gateway Pundit hosts a new McCain ad that blasts outright lies Biden made:

For the McCain vs Obama Presidential debate, see 2008 Presidential Debate 1: Obama Gaffe Videos

Editorial cartoons collected by me follow. For more than 150 general pro-Palin cartoons, see Sarah Palin Tribute Editorial Cartoons!

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Following from The Ryskind Sketchbook:

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18 Responses to “Palin vs Biden: Vice Presidential Debate (With Cartoons)”

  1. Coda Says:

    Lakota Industries comes up with a little something in Camo pink for those inclined to fling sharp sticks instead of lies:

    http://www.lakotacorp.com/Sarahcuda.aspx

  2. Coda Says:

    In honor of the Black Liberal Obama (BLO) there is:

    http://www.local6.com/video/17613925/index.html

  3. Coda Says:

    Evil Republicans killed 5,000 black Katrina survivors says Black ex-Congresswoman:
    http://preprod.elections.foxnews.com/2008/10/02/mckinney-accuses-government-slaughtering-prisoners-dumping-bodies-katrina/

  4. Burr Deming Says:

    Governor Palin did very well for herself.

    Joe Biden merely did well for Obama.

    But I have not yet heard anyone from any side express any concern about the most dangerous possibility if Governor Palin is elected to national office.

  5. Alice Says:

    I watched the VP debate and thought Palin was absolutely pathetic. Long on words and short on substance. Lowering the bar for Palin and treating her with kids’ gloves is an insult to the VP position. Biden has in-depth understanding of real issues facing America and the world. He and Gwen were incredibly kind and accomodating to Palin’s ignorance of issues and her not answering the questions; otherwise she would have been mincemeat. She is not White House material by any stretch of the imagination, and for the sake of America and the world, should remain in Alaska where she belongs.

  6. data Says:

    “Biden has in-depth understanding..”

    Only of his rectum – and that too a maybe. After 30 years in the Senate he should understand his rectum at least. It seems so clogged up his brain`s gotten woozy.

  7. wits0 Says:

    Biden actually has in-depth pomposity and confidently lies.

  8. Scott Thong Says:

    Alice, I suppose you didn’t know that the debate moderator, Gwen Ifill, is a clear Obama supporter? Who wrote a pro-Obama book that is due to be released on the day the new President is inaugurated, which would sell much better if Obama did become President? (Imagine if Rush Limbaugh were invited to moderate the debate, what a ruckus there would have been from the libs!)

    Or that during the debate, Ifill invited Biden to rebut Palin 6 times more than she gave Palin the chance to rebut Biden?

    So I highly doubt that Ifill was treating Palin with ‘kid gloves’.

    If you think that Palin was treated with kid gloves and Biden could have chosen to be far tougher with her, then you have to ask yourself why Biden didn’t give his all for Obama during this important, voter-influencing debate.

    Will Biden treat hostage-taking terrorists with the same ‘kid gloves’?

  9. hutchrun Says:

    CNN lies for Obama:

    CNN/NYT Bias Contest [Stanley Kurtz]

    A CNN article on Sarah Palin’s criticism of Barack Obama’s relationship to unrepentant terrorist Bill Ayers actually cites National Review as one of the publications supposedly debunking Palin’s point. How CNN can cite National Review this way is a mystery to me. Maybe we’ll have to set up an NR “truth squad.”

    I was very briefly on CNN immediately after the McCain campaign called for me to be given access to UIC library. A CNN reporter interviewed me, and almost every question was an attempt to challenge the significance of the Obama-Ayers link. I answered every query in detail. When the report finally aired, my points about the significance of the Obama-Ayers connection were cut. And now, CNN is actually claiming NR as an ally in its effort to undercut Palin. Incredible.

    10/04 07:18 PM

  10. hutchrun Says:

    HILLARY CLINTON, Barack Obama’s defeated opponent in the Democratic primary, has infuriated his supporters by praising Sarah Palin, the Republican vice-presidential candidate, for her performance in last week’s television debate.

    “It is amazing, you know, she’s been thrust in the spotlight with very little national preparation and I think, all things considered, you saw a very composed and effective debater,” Clinton said.

    http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/us_and_americas/us_elections/article4882414.ece

  11. hutchrun Says:

    HILLARY CLINTON, Barack Obama’s defeated opponent in the Democratic primary, has infuriated his supporters by praising Sarah Palin, the Republican vice-presidential candidate, for her performance in last week’s television debate.

    “It is amazing, you know, she’s been thrust in the spotlight with very little national preparation and I think, all things considered, you saw a very composed and effective debater,” Clinton said.

    timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/us_and_americas/us_elections/article4882414.ece

  12. hutchrun Says:

    Alice is ugly?

    Why Some Women Hate Sarah Palin

    Here’s why Palin doesn’t make the grade:

    1. She’s too pretty. This is very bad news. At school, pretty girls tend to be liked only by other pretty girls. The rest of us, whose looks hover somewhere around underwhelming, resent them and whisper archly of their “unearned attention.” So, if everyone calls your candidate “hot,” you’re in a whole mess of trouble. If the Pakistani head-of-state more or less hits on her, well, yes, she’ll get a sympathy vote, but we’re in Dukakis-in-the-tank territory. It’s an admiration vaporizer. (Of course a candidate can’t be too ugly, or it will scare the men, who are clearly shallow as a gender.)

    2. She’s too confident. This also bodes ill. Women have self-esteem issues. But they also have other-women’s-esteem issues. As almost any woman – from the head of the Budgerigar Breeders association to Queen Elizabeth – can attest, it’s almost impossible to get confidence right. Too timid and you’re a pushover. Too self-aggrandizing and you’re a bad word unless it’s about a dog, or Project Runway’s Kenley. Or Michelle, my best friend until 9th grade, after she won that debating prize and got cocky.

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/time/20081003/us_time/whysomewomenhatesarahpalin

  13. hutchrun Says:

    Alice is ugly?

    Why Some Women Hate Sarah Palin

    Here’s why Palin doesn’t make the grade:

    1. She’s too pretty. This is very bad news. At school, pretty girls tend to be liked only by other pretty girls. The rest of us, whose looks hover somewhere around underwhelming, resent them and whisper archly of their “unearned attention.” So, if everyone calls your candidate “hot,” you’re in a whole mess of trouble. If the Pakistani head-of-state more or less hits on her, well, yes, she’ll get a sympathy vote, but we’re in Dukakis-in-the-tank territory. It’s an admiration vaporizer. (Of course a candidate can’t be too ugly, or it will scare the men, who are clearly shallow as a gender.)

    2. She’s too confident. This also bodes ill. Women have self-esteem issues. But they also have other-women’s-esteem issues. As almost any woman – from the head of the Budgerigar Breeders association to Queen Elizabeth – can attest, it’s almost impossible to get confidence right. Too timid and you’re a pushover. Too self-aggrandizing and you’re a bad word unless it’s about a dog, or Project Runway’s Kenley. Or Michelle, my best friend until 9th grade, after she won that debating prize and got cocky.

    news.yahoo.com/s/time/20081003/us_time/whysomewomenhatesarahpalin

  14. ForPalin Says:

    Politicians love pulling up their soapboxes and extolling the virtues of these heroes past, and by implication, themselves. I ask you: do these people we have in Washington truly love this country more than themselves? Something is badly broken up there, and I honestly wonder if it can be fixed. We threw money again at this one, soon we won’t have any to throw.

    So while I don’t want this to become a political advertisement, I must say that there is something about Sara Palin. Something different. Something people have yearned for. Something that resonates with the great unwashed, as Thomas Sowell so eloquently puts it. I don’t know what it is, and could be I am totally wrong, but I honestly believe that had she been on top of that mountain back in 1893, she would have written the same as Katherine Lee Bates. She has my vote, McCain does not, but I’m voting for Palin, so McCain gets the benefit. Far, far better than two socialists who are intent on selling us down the river.

    http://www.floppingaces.net/2008/10/04/are-we-throwing-it-all-away-reader-post/

  15. Jamie Says:

    So interesting to see how those for and against Palin/McCain see the same statements as proof of totally opposite views of her. Each person’s bias colours events to suit their own view of the candidate, and hence leads to an interpretation that supports/brings down Palin.

    Seems like no one is really interested in being objective about this race anymore.

  16. wits0 Says:

    There’s nothing in O’bummer that really inspires confidence.

  17. data Says:

    “Seems like no one is really interested in being objective about this race anymore.”

    You sure are not.
    I`m most objective of the muslim Obama`s race.

  18. hutchrun Says:

    There`s a lot of “objectivity” in Saudi Arabia, so much so that even the UK is following:

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