Sen. Biden and Gov. Palin shake hands following the Vice presidential debate.(AP PHOTO)
During the vice presidential debate on Oct. 2, Democratic nominee Joe Biden described Republican presidential nominee John McCain as a long-time supporter of deregulation of the banking industry and added, "As a matter of fact, John recently wrote an article in a major magazine saying that he wants to do for
the health care industry (is) deregulate it and let the free market move like he did for the banking industry."
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At an Oct. 2 debate in St. Louis, Missouri, Republican vice presidential candidate Gov. Sarah Palin was talking about support for U.S. troops overseas. "I know that the other ticket opposed this surge - in fact, even opposed funding our troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. Barack Obama voted against funding
troops after promising that he would not do so," she said.
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(CNN) - During the vice presidential debate, Joe Biden claimed that John McCain and Barack Obama voted "the exact same way" on a non-binding resolution that the Republican nominee’s campaign has said proposed raising taxes on individuals earning as little as $42,000 per year.
But as McCain staffers rushed to point out, McCain did not vote - either yea or nay - on those proposals, according to Senate voting records.
ST LOUIS, Missouri (CNN) - Palin's answers do not lack confidence, they lack coherence.
ST. LOUIS, Missouri (CNN) – Sen. Joe Biden called current Vice President Dick Cheney "one of the most dangerous vice presidents."
Biden said he will serve a different role than Cheney if Barack Obama was elected president.
"I would not be the president," said Biden. "But I would be there to give advice."
ST LOUIS, Missouri (CNN) - Reform, corruption, maverick...these are words that Palin often uses, but she needs to define them.
ST LOUIS, Missouri (CNN) - Palin say's she'll be a maverick, but she doesn't talk about how her administration would be different from McCain. She isn't drawing any kind of distinction.
ST. LOUIS, Missouri (CNN)- Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin attacked Bush education policy of "No Child Left Behind" stating that it is not working.
Palin said she comes from a house of school teachers and took time during the debate to give a "shout out" to a third grade class back in Alaska saying they got "extra credit" for watching the debate.