A look at the day’s political happenings, including a Wisconsin Republican who says “some girls rape easy,” why Todd Akin should never be allowed to weigh in on scientific matters again and two congressional candidates nearly come to blows at a debate.
Vice presidential candidates Cheri Honkala of the Green Party and Luis Rodriguez of the Justice Party, who were excluded from the official debate between Joe Biden and Paul Ryan last night, got the opportunity to weigh in on foreign and domestic policy issues on “Democracy Now!”
It’s not surprising that in Thursday’s vice presidential debate Paul Ryan didn’t mention the millions of working poor who would suffer should he and Mitt Romney win in November, but I expected more from Joe Biden.
Joe Biden’s job during Thursday’s vice presidential debate is to smoke Paul Ryan out, exposing his fanaticism. And the best way to do this is to force him to take responsibility for the regressive budget he created as chairman of the House Budget Committee.