President Barack Obama got his mojo back at the second presidential debate, says Will Durst, while Mitt Romney stepped into the Benghazi tiger trap.
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Joe Biden and Paul Ryan took off the gloves and put their red, white and blue Lucha Libre masks for this year’s vice presidential wrestling match, er, debate.
Will Durst tries to figure out why President Obama appeared to be sleepwalking during the first debate. Was he stunned by the audacity of Romney’s mendacity?
The first presidential debate is tonight, but Will Durst has his eye on the campaign’s real gamechanger, The October Surprise.
Will Durst says Mitt Romney’s campaign has gone “beyond breaking bad to the point of broken bad.” There’s a certain percentage of Americans who might agree.
For most election, each candidate gets a post-convention Bounce, but “Mitt Romney got the same kind of Bounce you’d expect from an anvil dropped onto a swamp.”
At the DNC, Dems brought a deep bench of speakers, including Bill Clinton, which wasn’t really fair. After all, the GOP doesn’t have a former president to…oh wait.
Will Durst breaks down the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida.
In one fell swoop, Todd Akin wins the Joe Biden “Foot So Deep In His Mouth He’s Probably Tickling His Spleen with His Shoelaces” Lifetime Achievement Award.
Paul Ryan for VP was hailed as a bold choice, but bold doesn’t necessarily mean good. Whiskey for breakfast is a bold choice, too, says Will Durst.