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New Event in San Francisco! Mutiny Radio to cover the debates

 
If you are in the San Francisco/Bay Area, join Mutiny Radio as we open up our microphones to the public and rebut the Master Debaters, Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. Both of these politicians are renowned liars, who sit in denial of the voice of the people. Get live on the air with Mutiny Radio DJs for each of the debates in October, and make your voice heard against their campaign cash machines!
 
We will be screening at our studio and gallery space on 21st and Florida in the Mission District, admission is free and all are welcome!
 
October 3, 2012 - Domestic policy
October 11, 2012 - Vice Presidential
October 16, 2012 - Foreign and domestic policy
October 22, 2012 - Foreign policy
 
Each debate will screen at 6:00pm, with viewer-driven discussion after.
 
Hope to see you there, BYOB!

Comments

I cringe at the thought of Paul Ryan and Joe  Biden on stage.  Paul Ryan is delusional and machiavellian.  Joe Biden will not be able to keep pace w/Ryan because Ryan just spouts a lot of made up facts and figures that he thinks make sense but don't.  Biden is too slow to comprehend all that and respond.  Biden's best hope is to spout his own nonsense without paying any attention to Ryan.  Biden can preface his response to the moderator's questions with, "in reference to the question just posed, I would just like to say..."  Then he can go off on any tangent he wants, just like Romney and Obama did in the first debate.
When responding to Ryan's remarks Biden can preface his remarks with, "in response to my opponents' remarks, I would just like to say...." 
I think there is such a thing as elder statesman, but in this day and age, all that viewers see is an old man sputtering like Clint Eastwood did at the RNC.  Why in the world did Obama choose Biden in 2008?  And why didn't't he let Biden go in 2012?  Biden could have said he was stepping down for health reasons-which is probably true from the looks of him. 

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