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Palin Also VP Debate Winner: When Was A Previous VP Candidate Ever Mentioned In Next Debate and Had So Much Media Coverage?

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on October 12, 2012

So much for the “Palin costs McCain the election” rubbish the left has spewed for the last four years-now the media meme is “actually VP debates don’t influence people”-and they have dug out stats to “prove” their point.

But nothing is as it seems, or should be when, when the media/Dem’s deal with the “irrelevant” Palin.

For someone supposedly irrelevant Palin sure had an inordinate amount of media coverage.Four television programs on Fox, Los Angeles Times and other media  articles on her opinions, endless Twitter comments (including of course the mad, irrational hateful type).

And then, during the Biden/Ryan debate her “death panels” quote was brought up (and lampooned later by Palin) by Vice-President Biden. When has the VP candidate of the losing team four years earlier ever formed part of the subsequent VP debate-never of course. But, she’s “irrelevant” so it is a puzzle as to why she should be mentioned.

The left Tweeted, seemingly endlessly, that Palin had done better than Ryan. No doubt this is a co-coordinated (and easily seen through  ploy on their part to somehow create meme that Ryan did worse than “dumb” Palin. Amidst all that dross it could be clearly seen that a lot people did actually compare Palin with Ryan and found she did better.

The general feeling in 2008 was that Palin, at least, drew with Biden. If Ryan was perceived as coming of second best or having drawn, then Palin was either better than Ryan against the same opponent or equal with him.

This is why Palin was a winner last night. Not just for all the media and public attention which belied, once again, the ‘irrelevant” meme but looking to 2016 it holds perhaps a key value.


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