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Although Susan Page wasn't always successful at shutting down Pence, she managed to come up with some good questions.
Harris managed to control Pence a couple of times by saying, "I'm still talking" and she still managed to show her human side by frequently smiling at Pence, who might as well have been a fence post.
Women rated Harris’s performance higher than men did, but still about 60% of observers in a CNN poll gave Harris the win. Positive impressions of Harris also rose from about 56% to 63%. Pence’s favorability of 41% stayed the same. So, Harris nailed what she needed to: she solidified her ticket’s lead.
Still, the biggest winner of the debate was a large fly that landed on Pence’s head and roosted in his hair for two minutes without any reaction from the candidate. The hilarity that ensued on social media—you can just imagine the commentary—quickly overrode the few memorable words of the debate, leaving us with memorable impressions alone. Before the event was over, the fly had several Twitter accounts and the Biden campaign had snapped up the “flywillvote.com” domain name.
They redirected it to a website designed to help people register to vote. (My McAfee anti-virus would not let me open up the website)
The absurdity of a large fly being on stage brought to mind an old nursery rhyme:
If I had more time and patience, it could be modified to fit Pence - but I'm not THAT patience.