Tim Kaine sure likes to use his hands.\r\n\r\nViewers at Tuesday's vice presidential debate learned that in a hurry, as the Democratic candidate found a way to let his hands do the talking.\r\n\r\nKaine had all kinds of special gestures to suit the occasion. We discuss some of them here.\r\n\r\nKaine had the karate chop. He had the finger. He had the statesman. Kaine had everything.\r\n\r\nMeanwhile ....\r\n\r\nIf you thought Donald Trump's lines were bad when he hosted "The Apprentice," you ain't heard nothing yet.\r\n\r\nDemocratic vice presidential candidate Kaine came with corny\u00a0jokes inspired by the NBC reality show during Tuesday's vice presidential debate, which were worse than anything the\u00a0presidential hopeful ever uttered in his past career.\r\n\r\n"You are Donald Trump's apprentice," Kaine said of Mike Pence.\r\n\r\nA few minutes later, when talking about the national debt, Kaine unloaded another dorky joke, saying that, "On the economy, there's a fundamental choice for the American electorate: Do you want a 'You're hired' president in Hillary Clinton, or do you want a 'You're fired' president in Donald Trump?" he asked, referring to Trump's old catchphrase.\r\n\r\nBut then we could go on talking about Kaine and his hands. Did we mention that he had a gesture for every purpose in Tuesday's big debate?