BIDEN: …but folks, you know if Mitt Romney became president he would put women in binders. And, I don’t know if you’ve ever seen a binder, but I know I wouldn’t want to be put in one. My good friend Ted Kennedy, God bless ‘im, he took me into his office one time and he had these binders he showed me that women used to be put in, and it was frightening. Frightening! And, that’s what they want to do to you. They want to put you in binders. And, they want to repeal Lilly Bedwetter. One of the first things Barack did when he got into office was pass Lilly Bedwetter, a law to help women in this country. Because women have special health issues that men don’t have, and no one cares more about helping women in America and around the world than my boss, Barack Obama. And, Mitt Romney wants to repeal that law. He wants women doing laundry and having to clean those soiled sheets every day…
The conventional wisdom is that Obama has the edge in tonight’s debate. No, not because a liberal “news” person is moderating it, but because foreign policy, the topic of the debate, is supposed to be Obama’s strength.
I have one of those little iPod Shuffle thingies. It’s a small thing I can wear. Fits under a tie nicely. The headphones — I think they call them earbuds — work great for me. And, the music I hear helps me through the day.
What’s on it? Classical music. There are a couple of collections — The World’s Most Relaxing Classical Music Selections, 50 Essential Pieces of Classical Music — as well as all nine of Beethoven’s symphonies. It’s what I want to hear. Sometimes, it’s what I need to hear.
I wonder, though: what do others listen to?
For instance, what’s on Barack Obama’s iPod? Or Joe Biden’s? Or Paul Ryan’s? Or Mitt Romney’s?
I doubt Obama is listening to a playback of his first debate with Romney. Or his second, for that matter. I wonder what music he listens to. I imagine that in late January, he’ll have The Silhouettes’ Get A Job playing. But what about now?
What do you think? What’s on Obama’s iPod? Or what’s on the iPod of some of the others?
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