Over eighty SuperVegan fans and friends took over two floors and the bar of Red Bamboo Brooklyn last week to witness the rise of Joe The Plumber (yes, another Halloween costume idea!) and a casebook study of anger mismanagement by the Palin ’08 campaign rep as we downed the Vegan White Russian specials and Red Bamboo’s yummy usuals. (See more about what party attendees had to say about the debate below!)
Another party? Yes, of course! Do we hear a SuperVegan Election Night Party that will go into the wee hours with a DJ, more drink specials, and much, much more? YES! Stay tuned and get in touch (sign up for our email list and join our facebook group/facebook fan page /myspace) for details to be announced! In the mean time, join us at the next Vegan Drinks on Thu, Oct 30th for more fun, debauchery, and booze!
Our friends from the blog Hip Slope Mama joined us as well and interviewed some SuperVegan party attendees for some words of wisdom in response to the debate.
“McCain came off as ornery, angry and unpleasant, continuing a strategy of nasty attacks on Obama that has gotten him nowhere so far. This debate was perhaps the most entertaining of the three — which isn’t saying much — but it was also the most vacuous. Let’s just get on with the voting already.” – Hilda
“Bob Schieffer was an amazing moderator–more graceful, more pointed, more authoritative, and more entertaining than any of his predecessors. While Obama and McCain didn’t touch on much new material, they both seemed more passionate and focused about presenting it. And Joe the Plumber stole the show, providing remarkably consistent comic relief.” – Jason
“Once again Obama won hands down. McCain proved that he can’t handle himself under pressure–he was puffed up and ready to strike from the start. Obama looked straight into the camera and showed the demeanor and wisdom to lead our country out of troubled times. Cannot wait until this race is over and President Obama is a reality.”- Kymberlie
“The personal attacks were stronger in this debate compared to the others. Fortunately McCain wasn’t able to win back any momentum that he wanted. I’m feeling confident for Obama on November 4th.” – Brian