Who Won the Vice Presidential Debate?

Joe Biden and Paul Ryan sparred on Thursday night over domestic and foreign policy issues in Danville, KY. Who do you think won tonight's debate?

Most voters will probably agree that tonight's vice presidential debate was far more interesting than last week's first round of presidential debates this election.

Both candidates came out swinging and didn't let up.

The next debate returns the focus to presidential candidates Barack Obama and Mitt Romney at Hofstra University in New York on Tuesday, Oct. 16. The debate begins at 8 p.m. Central Standard Time.

Hey, Geneva! Who do you think won Thursday night's debate? Do you think it will sway independent voters? Vote in our poll and tell us your thoughts in comments below.

G.Ryan October 13, 2012 at 03:43 AM
Thanks, Marie. Biden interrupted Paul Ryan 82 times. Paul Ryan as you may know has a degree in economics and I would of like to hear his responses but he kept getting cut off. Thanks again for your comments.
Max October 13, 2012 at 05:51 AM
Calm down, "Jack". Attacking Iran's nukes is not the same as a nuke attack on Iran. The Israelis can handle it by themselves, anyway -- as they have often done in the past. We all hope that the use of nuclear weapons will never again be necessary. The fewer of them there are, the more likely it is we can avoid their use. If the Iranians miscalculate and make it necessary for us to take military action against them in our own defense, that will be a sad day, indeed. But not a day of our making.
Cassandra Lakeland October 13, 2012 at 02:09 PM
Amen, James. It's funny how the Democrat supporters think that they're being told the truth by the Obama regime. I suppose if you listen to the left stream media long enough you'll buy anything. I have a bridge in Brooklyn I'd like to sell them.
Matilda B October 15, 2012 at 05:41 PM
well Romney was governor of MA. He can't carry that state, was missing in action 1/4th of the time, raised their taxes and fees, and was seen as nonpartisan. I will go with the guys who care about the country. That would not include the tea party
G.Ryan October 15, 2012 at 11:41 PM
Matilda, you are brainwashed from the media. Mr. Romney did not even get paid as Governor of Mass. Yes, he took the job and worked without pay. B.O. does not care about our country he is an Anti-American and has a great plan to downsize America. And it looks like he has done a good job of it already in the 4 years in office. Americans will not allow him to destroy this great Republic any further. He will be removed. And Boston Mass is a Democrat State and Mr. Romney did work well with them as he brought them out of a financial crisis so get your facts straight.


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