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We're gonna get to the real deal now Vice President Biden is demeanor overshadowing.
Many of the issues discussed last night -- debated Gore's vice president grinning laughing and smirking during congressman Ryan's answers the Republican National Committee calling the behavior.
-- -- -- Joining us now are people who know unhinged.
They're here to psychoanalyze the vice president's demeanor.
Congressman Ryan's demeanor -- last night's debate.
-- doctor Robert Lodwick doctor Jeffrey guard or psychologist adjunct clinical professor of her knowledge of Austria that.
Medicine thank you all for being here a lovely debates we had -- and in Biden has stepped into it I mean everyone is focused on those 82 and eruptions.
-- What was that -- strategic.
It was definitely strategic he -- he was upstaging Ryan and and when you look at the way the camera angles where they were right next to each other.
He knew he was being -- distract us now what was uncomfortable -- -- -- With -- valiantly and he -- I mean I was just a bit.
Uncalled for and a and I think why it handled -- the dignity but certainly by knew what he was doing and he does and when you think about it.
Absolutely I I think he he channeled the whole Democratic Party.
I he knew what had happened to his boss asked if it was like -- with -- with Romney and the president to mob bosses goad one another.
And then one mob boss says -- can you gotta go whack the other guy that's right got to teach him a lesson.
And you gotta you gotta you gotta get us back I -- anywhere and that's all.
That -- was looking for any good -- little under his base absolutely any completely -- added yeah.
Any had to make up for President Obama and I -- he knew he can get away with it because he has this persona of being that old crazy own plan.
Also also he is 27 years in senior Paul Ryan and there is something about being in the -- for a long time.
There's of well there's a spontaneity so what -- -- -- with Joseph Biden did or not.
Comfortable he was kind of -- -- well you definitely was very dark and you pattern and a great time.
Having a great all time he was any good didn't want a statesman in doing that yes 'cause of his seniority.
Instead of wiping the floor a some people said with Ryan he could have been much more instructive and showed his class a little bit more with that.
When you say wiping the floor that's a metaphor for something and I'm trying to understand -- because you have a split decision as to walk that's hierarchy.
And and that's another interesting word yeah -- the the -- have a little discussion about.
But that spontaneity.
Of the the comfort to talk about on the part of the vice president wrong.
I mean women independents.
-- according to the polling.
We're too impressed with.
Go to -- of the cost very -- -- maybe have no effect at all but it could cost.
I think basically had no effect except for it's fun to talk about after the fact but I think the bottom line is I don't think any minds -- were changed as a result of this debate.
It was fun no watched it was -- saying and I think we've got to see Paul Ryan in a different kind of way did very well.
-- and I don't tell -- kept his composure.
I was really.
But I get but I do think this vice presidential debate was a little bit more relevant than the ones in the past and that.
Joseph Biden could not have lost that particular debate.
He could win and it may not make a difference but if he lost that debate.
With what happened with President Obama while that could carry -- -- debacle -- working in this -- real brain dead heat.
Now reams of them actually -- discuss with few of the facts.
Who was aired and who avoided and who -- fact rather than supporting an offering -- -- -- -- I don't think it's gonna have any impact whatsoever on the perception of the outcome.
The vice president.
Stepped into it and and when he said that neither the president nor he knew about -- security -- yeah.
That is already there.
That's that is turning into an exports a moment -- that is -- are going to be driving further coverage of what is already a national issue and a scandal or.
-- potentially in the making for this administration.
How big and how -- what happened that he would even make that mistake.
Because the last thing one would think that this man is comfortable -- is.
Acclimated through forty years of public service.
I -- a flow I was at that he steps so far into it.
And messed up so but what.
Well I think when you are charged in that way.
Elect Biden on steroids by the -- just on his own is like Biden on steroids and I -- steroids and Red Bull.
That you tend to perhaps -- the Irish state currently energy drinks not -- well I I I don't think he needless energize but I was not -- energized by the moment -- knew what he had to do.
Like selling -- I suppose he felt like he committed.
Being in the right because right didn't Obama and Biden both say that they didn't know whether it was a terrorist attack right away they were.
-- but everyone else did apparent now United States government -- -- her main.
It's seems to maybe I don't you're -- else -- to say you know it's okay.
It's just the president the United States and the vice president who don't know what the hell's going on but that's that's it -- -- -- what is it that he could have said.
Yes we did now yes we should have known.
It's -- to be -- is pure -- right radical presidential debate if I he's got it set the tone.
If I may proper something radical that would be I think parts just -- of response it would be the true.
I know that's an untested.
-- truth and you have to watch out there well we're talking politics as well -- I I think there's going to be an insistence -- really there now I think it is -- -- -- but I think I -- also growing into awake but people don't vote based on foreign policy for the most part so both say hello don't let -- this way it's changing.
And we'll see now -- could we have done better in the way he handled what was a manic strategy on the part of the vice president is -- destruction.
I think he did very well and we got to now my I think he gets kudos for and the job he did.
I think he was very very long -- did was thrown off his game.
But I do admire the fact that he did try to stay focused.
And he was very factual.
Since the but it yeah but when he wasn't I don't when -- -- gonna stories of mainstream.
You know these situations of how are people talk to how long we're now -- now how long -- was gone another way that I.
-- -- about the way I was right now.
We thank you very much -- thank you thank you.
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