For entrepreneurs, front and center among the many issues that Vice President Joe Biden and Rep. Paul Ryan (R, Wis.) debated last night was what is a small business and how they should be taxed.
But if you tuned into the debate hoping to get a sense of each party’s policies for entrepreneurship, you were likely disappointed. Neither talked about the challenges of running a business or innovation at all.
They did, however, touch on the role of small businesses in the economic recovery, and, like President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney,
Meanwhile, who “won” the debate depends on whom you ask. The major political polls were split and the commentary from the punditry and Twitterati was largely divided based on bias. While vice presidential debates are traditionally not game changers, Thursday night’s showdown put pressure on Biden to make up for the top of his ticket’s blunder last week.
Biden was aggressive and made it clear early on that he intended to call his opposition on anything that he considered unfounded. When debating foreign policy, Biden interrupted his younger counterpart, Ryan, with the memorable line: “With all due respect, that’s a bunch of malarkey.” Some thought Biden’s combative pace and side-long smirk hit the right note while others
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