Phillies 5 Brewers 2 - Phils take a 2-0 lead in games and have beaten Sabathia.
Palin 50 Biden 2 - Sarah Cuda is back! Karl Rove has 10 factual statements that are flat, dead wrong and 6 that are questionable. Bosnia vote, tax vote, cost of wars in Iraq versus Afghanistan, Article I of the Constitution, and more.
Colmes his usual suave, handsome, persuasive self (sorry - I had to suppress the retch I just self-induced).
Bring on Rudy Giuliani - Hannity loves her lines. Giuliani: A knockout. Only the liberal media can spin it otherwise. Biden invoking his father's advice to get back up after being knocked down was self-referential: he just got his ass kicked.
Colmes - making me retch again. Giuliani isn't letting Colmes get away with his crap. Comes back to Article I - Senator Judiciary Committee Chairman was wrong (I suspected as much in real time, but it's not my area of expertise).
Checking the record: Article I, Section 3 states: The Vice President of the United States shall be President of the Senate but shall have no Vote, unless they be equally divided. I don't recall what exactly Biden said, but that's about it for VP in Article I (something about the Senate "chusing" other officers should the VP not be available is the only other mention).
Obama spokesman Debbie Wasserman Schultz is yucking it up with Colmes. Compelling TV! Hannity (not a huge fan, but at least he is on the right side) is going head to head with DWS. Favorite moment: Hannity asks a question she doesn't want to answer, so she says "That's not the question". Um, it's his show, so if he asks a question, well, uh, that IS the question. (It was what percentage of income tax is paid by the bottom 50% 0f the wage earners. Answer: zero). He just won a $1k bet on whether Obama did say that our troops in Afghanistan were "air raiding villages and killing civilians" - pay up, Congressman Schultz! Good one, Sean - he put up $10k of his own money against her $1k and won the bet.
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