Robert Ariail for October 11, 2012

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    ConserveGov  over 9 years ago

    I think the meter goes to “Buffoon” when he says hello.

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    el8  over 9 years ago

    I keep my BS meter handy for these events.

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    Odon  over 9 years ago

    How many gaffes to offset a lie?

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    edward thomas Premium Member over 9 years ago

    Since russell is in early retirement he’d better hold on to those checks REALLY tight! Romney won’t wait for cold, dead hands to pry them out of your wallet!

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    Dave Ferro  over 9 years ago

    I’m going to pop some popcorn and enjoy the showdown of wits between Ryan and his unarmed opponent… LOOL!

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    ossiningaling  over 9 years ago

    A truth-o-meter would be great add to the debates. But don’t include a siren. That would go off whenever Romney opens his mouth.

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    Jason Allen  over 9 years ago

    Is there a meter for shooting a friend in the face and trying to blame him for the incident?

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    SusanCraig  over 9 years ago

    I hope Joe has a coupla beers before the debate, so he don’t hurt Mr. Ryan too bad

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    disgustedtaxpayer  over 9 years ago

    there is NO such thing as a reliable “lie detector”….I believe the US courts still reject them as “evidence” or “testimony” in trials.-and the new fad of “fact checkers” was immediately tainted by a growing number of PARTISAN POLITICAL PEOPLE doing biased and skewed “fact checking” from the “facts” of their particular “alternate world views”…..LOL-Voters now more than ever need to use inborn common sense and logic and a little prayer wouldn’t hurt, to detect who is speaking from actual, verifiable honest opinion based on provable facts!

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    Dtroutma  over 9 years ago

    Ryan has yet to quantify or qualify anything he’s proposed as to impacts, and hasn’t answered any of the questions from the “media”. He stresses out the moment he doesn’t have total control of the microphone, or situation. With Ryan the shocker wouldn’t be a lie detector, but having that underworked “truth detector” go off, ever.

    Interesting that they’re already trying to defend Ryan by stating he “has no debate experience”, from all Republican quarters. Exactly what HAS Ryan been doing these years in Congress and politics then??

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    disgustedtaxpayer  over 9 years ago

    @mshefler….touche!@dtrout….I think a few GOP may have said that Ryan does not have experience in a NATIONAL LEVEL DEBATE.This is a first for him on the top level….he has had campaign experience to get elected and he has congressional experience in doing his work, especially budget committee work……and speaking in congress while C-SPAN is taping…and in answering questions for the news media.-Biden has all that plus 2008 VP debate with Palin….and as serving as VP 4 years here and abroad.-Limbaugh reports he has heard Biden being mean and dirty in pollitical speaking in campaigns…..Biden does seem to have an act of being falsely “sincere” and then using knives on debaters….we’ll see him in long practised action tonite.

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    STLDan  over 9 years ago

    Who would you rather vote gor? A gaffe maker or a liar? That seems a pretty easy choice…

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