Biden jumped on Paul Ryan last night for his allusion to Kennedy tax policy, recalling the famous put down of Dan Quayle by Lloyd Bentsen in 1988. But clearly it is Barack Obama that is no Jack Kennedy.
ST. LOUIS, MO (KPLR) - So tonight we get to see how two candidates will handle the office that vice-president John Nance Gardner once said was, "Not worth a bucket of warm spit." Only he didn't say "spit". But the debate between vice president Joe Biden and congressman Paul Ryan turns out to be a good deal more than that. This debate is vital for the democrats because president Obama screwed up the last presidential debate so badly.
Restore Our Future is going up with an ad featuring Olympic athletes touting how Mitt Romney turned around the 2002 Olympic games.
"Mitt Romney brought a huge sense of hope," says famed figure skater Kristi Yamaguchi in the ad. Yamaguchi won a gold medal in the 1992 and was an ambassador for the 2002 games. She also donated the maximum to Romney's 2008 and 2012 presidential campaigns.
PJ Media's Nina Yablok is trying to return the Twitter handle @Instapundit to the hands of trademark owner Glenn Reynolds, and she's asking for help in getting Twitter's attention.
The long version of the story can be found on the PJ Tatler, but in short, the person maintaining the @Instapundit handle (with Reynold's permission) has gone missing in action, and Yablok's multiple attempts to contact Twitter regarding the matter have gone nowhere.
I have heard a lot about a few boos at Romeny’s speech at the 2012 NAACP Convention, likewise I have heard about a standing ovation at the end. Unfortunately I had not seen the full speech posted anywhere. I have found all 23 minutes of it and posted it here so you can make up your own mind about the content of his speech and it’s reception.