Princess Sarah Palin faces off with Joe Biden in the one and only Vice-Presidential debate. No bar has been set low enough for Princess Sarah.
The debate will be moderated by Gwen Ifill, who is planning on publishing a book entitled “The Breakthrough: Politics and Race in the Age of Obama” around Inauguration Day. Of course, that set off a Rush Limbaugh hissy fit of epic proportions.
Captain Underpants John McCain had no objections to Ifill, but one of his campaign’s senior advisers said they would be ready to pounce if there were too many foreign policy questions, because it’s perfectly okay for a woman who wants to be a heartbeat away from the presidency to not know squat about the rest of the world.
Gwen Ifill moderated the 2004 debate between Vice President Dick Cheney and Senator John Edwards, asking a total of 20 questions. Ten of those questions were specifically about foreign policy — including the first 9 — while Cheney brought up foreign policy in two addition domestic policy questions and Edwards snuck it into one of his domestic policy answers. In the latter three cases, Edwards and Cheney responded to the other’s foreign policy forays in kind. That means that foreign policy discussions comprised two-thirds of the last Vice Presidential debate.
Okay kids, not too much longer. Get everything you need so you don’t have to leave your TV sets!
Now let’s get ready to rumble….
Original DVD cover.
(NOTE: This post was edited to delete any traces of a story from the <strong>San Jose Mercury News</strong>. The reason can be found <a href=”http://www.boxturtlebulletin.com/2011/05/02/32082″ target=”_blank”>here</a>.)