Regarding the announcement, Bess Kalb wrote [twitter]:
"My heart goes out to Mike Pence and the entire Pence family on the tragic news of the upcoming Vice Presidential debate."
- And got the T-shirt
But I do think Harris is the toughest and the most accustomed to Rethuglican attacks. She can take it, but she can also dish it out. I'm looking forward to seeing what happens to Pence!
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I have to say, both Michelle Obama and Barack Obama were my absolute fave speakers. Measured, clear, compelling. They are such treasures. If I run across a direct link to their DNC convention speeches, I'll add it.
- I dissent.
I know Biden isn't perfect and he maybe isn't the candidate I really wanted, but he's a good man, smart, compassionate and experienced. I also think he will surround himself with some of the best and brightest that this nation has to offer for his administration--assuming trump doesn't steal yet another election, which I very much fear he will do.
- Supporter in 2020
The Obamas represent what I consider the American Dream with everything that they have accomplished. I remember feeling so relieved when he won the election and became president. It was like a cloud was lifted when Bush left the White House.
My concern with what I see in the political ads is that the Democrats are too scattered with what they plan to do. I think they would be better off to focus on 3 top issues and campaign on those, with a to-do list for everything else. And I would like to see more emphasis on all the things Kamala has accomplished and less emphasis on her gender and cultural background. She has the credentials and I think they need to play that up in the campaign. We don't want Biden-Harris to be compared with McCain-Palin because that's not who they are.
- I dissent.