Vice Presidential Debate
"I served with Jack Kennedy. I knew Jack Kennedy. Jack Kennedy was a friend of mine. Senator, you're no Jack Kennedy." A
Granted, 98 percent of the GOP Kool Aid Krewe who tuned in heard only the voice of their white male saviour from the "Democrat" demons of black and female empowerment. If Kaine chipped off even .5 percent of the base, and got them thinking about the negatives of the GOP candidates going into the next Presidential Debate, that's .5 percent that could tip the election in close races in the favor of Clinton-Kaine.
His religious freedom law caused a national backlash against the state of Indiana.
There's no question that in last night's vice presidential debate, Virginia senator Tim Kaine missed an opportunity to slam Indiana governor Mike Pence on the issue that put Pence, infamously, at the center of national attention in 2015: his signing of a draconian anti-LGBT "religious liberty' bill into law.
The two vice presidential candidates have pushed for similar criminal justice policies at times.
The Republican nominee hates to feel upstaged.
It's possible to vet refugees without banning them for their religion or nationality.
He'd like his Democratic opponent to stop bringing up "that Mexican thing."
“Enough of this seeking every opportunity to demean law enforcement probably by making accusation of implicit bias every time tragedy occurs,” he said.