And when it's over, don't be spun by the post-debate pundits. "Turn off your television and make up your own decision," said Aaron Zelinsky, Yale University debater and editor of the Presidential Debate Blog. He adds: "Don't listen to the campaigns set false expectations before the debate, either. It's just as bad."
San Francisco Chronicle on tonight's VP debate.
While Hollywood Newsroom goes with:
“A lot of people are anticipating this to be almost a ‘Saturday Night Live’ live,” said Tammy Vigil, an assistant professor of communications at Boston University and a co-author of the upcoming book, “The Third Agenda in U.S. Presidential Debates.” “The entertainment value on this debate is going to be huge.”