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Somehow, Sarah Palin has a really reasonable complaint about the VP debate.

Sarah Palin, a former VP candidate herself, had an interesting observation about the debate between the current candidates at Longwood University Tuesday night. The proud hockey mom pointed out that all of the VP debates of the past two decades have been seated, with the exception of one (her own). Her observation comes ~on the heels~ of a campaign full of sexism. How is it that the dudes lucked out and got chairs over the last 20 years of VP debates minus one? Want a real test - try standing in ???????? for 90 mins #heelsonglovesoff Posted by Sarah Palin on Tuesday, October 4, 2016 According to Palin, dudes just keep "lucking out" into chairs.
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