The Vice Presidential Debate Narrated in Gifs: The Best VP Debate Recap on the Internet

How Democrats felt when Biden kicked off the debate by calling Ryan's statement a "bunch of malarkey ...."


When Biden took Ryan to school on Ryan's voting record during the Bush years right out of the gate:


Biden's face when Ryan hammered the White House's reaction to Libya:


Ryan's face when Biden pointed out that Ryan voted to cut embassy security by $300 million:


When Biden kept interrupting Ryan:


When Ryan told us to trust him that the Romney tax math works:


When Raddatz kept asking Ryan to give specifics:


When Ryan realized Raddatz wasn't going to let him dodge the question:


When Ryan tried to explain that his Medicare voucher program was not a voucher program:


When Biden still couldn't stop interrupting Ryan:


When Biden said that he refuses to impose his religious views on others:


When conservatives on Twitter started blaming Raddatz for Ryan's inability to give details:


When Ryan said he wouldn't be opposed deploying more troops and potentially engaging in another war in the Middle East:


When Biden said "Oh, you're Jack Kennedy now?"


The Twitter Debate Explosion, in graphic form:


When Ryan couldn't stop agressively hydrating himself throughout the debate:


When Biden kept interrupting Ryan, an hour later:


Biden's reaction to Ryan trying to paint himself as a champion of the middle class:


When Ryan's kids ran up to sit in their dad's debate seat:


Romney's reaction to Ryan tonight:


What Biden says to Obama once he gets back to Washington:


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