We did something stupid Tuesday night, and...
watched the vice presidential debate.
Actually, I just listened to it. The Brick watched it. To the bitter end. After an amazing amount of interruptions, quick insults and hustled-through 'facts,' I was tired of it all.
Sadly, Mr. Kaine, who talks about his faith as a former missionary, was all too quick to dismiss some of his religious tenets as 'not applicable in this case.' Like pro-life.
Unfortunately, he was also rude. Interrupted a LOT. (At least 64 times, by one commentator's count.) Or made snide comments under his breath. Klassy -- with a capital K.
Yep, that certainly honored The Great Judge.
Who should be far more important to Mr. Kaine than his boss, Mrs. Clinton.
Mr. Pence was far more dignified -- and tried desperately to defend his boss, Mr. Trump. Classy.
Nonetheless, there wasn't any new information or revelations -- just the same old accusations from both sides. I was surprised by the VPs' response to one question: whether the world was much more safe from terrorism today.
Pence said no.
Kaine said YES. Emphatically. (What?!?)
If you're curious, here are 5 things you should have looked for during the debate, along with the very funny opening line:
An exhausted nation turns its lonely eyes to Tim Kaine and Mike Pence, two suburban dads who are about to stop playing nice.
This is one of the most heartwarming videos I've ever experienced. You'll like it, too. A little kindness goes a long way.
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