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Great red herring. However, the State Department had ample money to augment the Security in Benghazi. But I like how you steadfastly cling to this belief that everything can be blamed on Republicans.
Nonsense. If the administration didn't try to feed us a bunch of malarkey (Thank you Joe Biden) about a youtube video and protests outside the consulate and called it what it really was: a terrorist attack by an Al-Queda affiliated group on the anniversary of September 11 then you may have a point. But when American diplomats and servicemen have been murdered overseas and the administration send a representative out to five Sunday news programs to put out information that was uncorroborated at best and outright lies at worst than it becomes an issue.
Certainly. His plan is to reform the tax code by reducing or eliminating tax deductions. The savings realized will allow a cut on marginal rates across the board subject to the following restrictions: middle class taxes will not increase and overall tax revenue must not be reduced. Also, he has addressed the need for entitlement reform and spending cuts. This is a much more detailed framework than old Joe spouting off about letting the Bush tax cuts expire, which is only a drop in the bucket, and ignoring the growing debt. Please tell me you some facts to marshal for your arguments.
It is not necessary to dictate reactions. I watched the debate in a room where the volume was very low and visual cues became much more prominent. I honestly felt that the Vice president looked boorish and incredibly disrespectful. I have come to expect that there will be occasional interruptions in a debate; however the Vice President's interruptions were so ubiquitous that it became rapidly apparent that it was a tactic to bully his opponent. The media pundits merely echoed my own impressions. I find value in their insights because they historical experience covering debates and can give context to the behavior of the participants. Ryan gave far more specifics than Biden. I believe you have mistaken blowhard platitudes for knowledge.
It is not necessary to dictate reactions. I watched the debate in a room where the volume was very low and visual cues became much more prominent. I honestly felt that the Vice president looked boorish and incredibly disrespectful. I have come to expect that there will be occasional interruptions in a debate; however the Vice President's interruptions were so ubiquitous that it became rapidly apparent that it was a tactic to bully his opponent. The media pundits merely echoed my own impressions. I find value in their insights because they historical experience covering debates and can give context to the behavior of the participants. Ryan gave far more specifics than Biden. I believe you have mistaken blowhard platitudes for knowledge.
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