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Why We Should Watch the Vice Presidential Debate

There is almost no way tonight's vice-presidential debate can be as exciting, memorable and strange as the first presidential debate was. Vice-presidential debates rarely make an impression. The only exceptions to this occur when one of the vice-presidential nominees is sufficiently new and interesting that voters want to learn more about that person, as was the case with Sarah Palin in 2008, or when one great line is remembered long after the debate ends.
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