UPDATE: IT'S A LONG SHOT, ROGER---TRUMP MUST (HUMBLE HIMSELF) AND LEARN FROM PENCE TO WIN
WATCHING MIKE PENCE, A PRINCE OF A MAN AND VP CANDIDATE, AND THE FRACTIOUS TIM KAINE CONSTANTLY INTERRUPTING HIM HAS BEEN UNNERVING.
The idea of having to watch Hillary and Tim for the next four years in the media spotlight---along with Kim Kardashian---is almost too much to bear. That's why I will vote for the very imperfect, sometimes goofy Donald Trump and hope his secret service details will never allow him tweet after sundown, even if they have to handcuff him. Maybe they can put Trump under house arrest in the White House.
Pence rightly points out Kaine's pugnacious verbosity an avalanche of insults. And he calls Kaine's nonsense the silliness that it is. Pence plows on and sets the Trump/Pence record straight on the struggling economy, immigration reform and vetting, premature withdrawal from Iraq, Iran nuclear weapons plan, NATO, cyber-security, the Russian reset, the Clinton Foundation and the sanctity and dignity of life and pro-adoption. Pence spoke eloquently on being opposed to partial birth abortion.
Lost opportunity on the death-spiral of Obamacare.
The beautiful moderator lost control early on.
The well-informed Pence shined, conveying strength and clarity for his ticket. Like I said, Pence is a prince of a candidate and I will enthusiastically vote for him. Though I don't think this debate will move the needle much for either side.