Lessons for Tim Kaine: Kaine must do the opposite tonight with Mike Pence. He is a founding partner of West Wing Writers.
To President John Rausch, the faculty, students and community leaders state-wide, we thank you for hosting this debate.
The Commission, these candidates and their campaign staffs have agreed to the following rules. This audience has been told no disruptions will be tolerated. A prior coin toss has determined that the first question will go to the Democratic candidate.
Senator, few hard working Americans would base their well-being on bonuses they hope to get five or ten years from now. Why do you, and you, Secretary Cheney, predict surpluses you cannot possibly guarantee to pay for your proposed programs?
Before I answer that very important question, let me first thank you for moderating the debate. Let me thank the wonderful people here at Centre College and throughout Kentucky for being such gracious hosts, and let me give a special thank you to the people of Connecticut without whose support over these last 30 years I would never have had the opportunity Al Gore has given me this year.
And finally let me thank my family that is here with me. My wife, Hadassah, our children, our siblings and my mom. My year-old mom gave me some good advice about the debate earlier today. Well, Mom, as always, that was both reassuring and wise. I am going to be positive tonight.
Let me get to your question. You have about ten seconds. We understand that balancing the budget, keeping America out of debt is a way to keep interest rates down and the economy growing. I want to thank the people here in Centre College in Danville, Kentucky, for sponsoring this and making it possible.
I too want to avoid any personal attacks. I promise not to bring up your singing. I promise not to sing. And Governor Bush and I want to offer that new course of action. With respect to the surplus, Bernie, we have to make some kind of forecast.
And while it may be a little risky in some respects from an economic standpoint to try to forecast surpluses, I think we have to make some planning assumption to proceed. We care a great deal about the issues at stake here. One of the difficulties we have, frankly, for the last eight years we ignored a lot of these problems.Dick Cheney erupted on the Senate floor, deploying the F word against Vermont Democrat Patrick Leahy, who had been belaboring the Vice President over the no-bid deals that Cheney's old company, Halliburton, had scored in Iraq.
Oct 09, · In your review of the vice-presidential debate ("For Cheney and Edwards, Efforts to Improve on Last Week's Debate," news analysis, Oct.
6), you assert that Senator Joe Lieberman, in his debate. Oct 05, · DANVILLE, Ky., Oct. 5 — Dick Cheney and Senator Joseph I. Lieberman faced off tonight over tax policy, education and national security, in a vice presidential debate that stood in gentlemanly.
A plurality of the television audience rated Biden's performance higher at the vice-presidential debate. Media ADN summary of the decision ^ a b c Phillips, Michael M. (September 6, ). "Palin's Hockey Rink Leads To Legal Trouble in Town She Led".
The Wall Street Journal. To President John Rausch, the faculty, students and community leaders state-wide, we thank you for hosting this debate. The candidates are the Republican nominee, former Defense Secretary Dick Cheney of Wyoming, and the Democratic nominee, Senator Joseph Lieberman of Connecticut.
To President John Roush, the faculty here, students and community leaders statewide, we thank you for hosting this debate.
The candidates are the Republican nominee, former Defense Secretary Dick Cheney of Wyoming, and the Democratic nominee, Senator Joseph Lieberman of Connecticut.