Though former vice-presidential and Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan still opposes marriage equality, reproductive rights and safe access to abortion care, he is of the opinion that gay couples can adopt helpless, orphan children who need a family.
When he was asked a question about gay rights in a press conference, Ryan replied by saying that he felt differently about adoption these days than what he did in 2000 when he voted against gay adoption.
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House Speaker John Boehner recently announced who will chair all of the major House committees in the next Congress. And it turns out that they all have something in common besides party affiliation: they are all white men.
American Pie star Jason Biggs is brushing off criticism he received during the recent election season for vulgar tweets he made about the wives of Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney and his running mate Paul Ryan.
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Second Presidential debate moderator Candy Crowley appeared on CNN’s show ‘Starting Point’ to address critics’ complaints who said that she backtracked on her fact-check of Mitt Romney during the debate.
Even though the 2012 race to White House has not ended yet, we have gazillion moments and incidents that have taken place so far that can be termed as unforgettable. While we are ready for a lot more of such moments in the days to come, here are the top five unforgettable moments of Us Elections 2012 so far!
We can only imagine what Barack Obama and Mitt Romney were thinking during the Vice Presidential debate between incumbent Joe Biden and challenger Paul Ryan. And this imagination was presented hilariously by Jimmy Fallon in his show.
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This image describes the entire mood of the Vice Presidential Debate 2012! Bumbling Biden proved every one wrong by trumping it! And now we know what Obama sees in him! If one word describes the debate, it’s ‘Feisty’ and the crown, without doubt, goes to Joe Biden!
The first and the only Vice Presidential Debate took place in Kentucky on October 11th 2012. Vice President Joe Biden was successfully able to square off his Republican rival Paul Ryan in the ultimate showdown as both of them discussed domestic and foreign policy issues.
For those who paid attention to the vice presidential debate between Vice President Joe Biden and Republican rival Paul Ryan, it was quite easy to see that both candidates failed to fact check the comments during debate! Both Biden and Paul Ryan cut corners while talking about domestic and foreign issues during the Vice Presidential debate. We decided to do a fact-check and here’s the result!
One of the most famous moments of the 2012 vice presidential debate between Joe Biden and Paul Ryan came when Ryan attempted to defend his tax plan. Debate moderator Martha Raddatz pressed GOP vice presidential nominee to provide specifics on how he and presidential nominee Mitt Romney would pay for their tax proposal.
Immediate reaction after the first and the only Vice-Presidential debate between Vice President Joe Biden and Republican Vice President nominee Paul Ryan was in favor of Biden.