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the 1st (and only) Vice-Presidential Debate of 2016,
broadcast live from Longwood University*,
located in Farmville, Virginia.
Please join us as we watch CBS correspondent / anchor, Elaine Quijano,
moderate a hopefully lively conversation between
Democratic Senator Tim Kaine of Virginia (playing Captain Lou Albano to Hillary’s The Fabulous Moolah)
Republican Governor Mike Pence of Indiana (playing Miss Elizabeth to Donald’s Randy Macho Man Savage).
To honor the candidates, we have crafted some food / wine combos:
The Jesuit Missionary: $28.00
a glass of Casale del Bosco Brunello di Montalcino, 2008, Tuscany + a meatball parm hero
The “Rush Limbaugh on Decaf”: $26.00
a shot of Bowmore Islay Single Malt, 12 Year + a terroir Burger
The Governors: $75.00
a bottle of Picayune Pinot Noir, 2013, Sonoma Coast + a charcuterie / cheese combo platter
“Bueller? Bueller? Bueller? Bueller? Bueller?”: $20.00
a pitcher of Stoudt’s Brewing Co. Oktoberfest + Chicken & Waffles
*the most watched Vice-Presidential Debate was between
Governor Sarah Palin and Senator Joe Biden in 2008.
*the first Vice-Presidential Debate was in 1976, between Senator Walter Mondale and Senator Bob Dole.
**as performances generally go, the V.P. candidates generally better express the views of the top of the ticket in a more coherent fashion than the Presidential candidates themselves....does anyone remember
1800's Aaron Burr vs. Charles C. Pinckney quote to end all quotes:
"I knew Napoleon Bonaparte and you are no Napoleon Bonaparte, sir!"