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Joe Biden on Cheerleaders

Original post made by Jeff, Midtown, on Sep 21, 2012

"the stuff they do on hard wood, it blows my mind.”

Does this guy have a clue? He is one heart beat away from the presidency. How could this be? Are we all in chains?

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Posted by sharon
a resident of Midtown
on Sep 21, 2012 at 9:35 pm

Joe Biden is correct. Can you imagine if McCain would have won-Palin would be one heartbeat away from the white house. Now that is scary!


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Posted by Anon.
a resident of Crescent Park
on Sep 21, 2012 at 9:53 pm

Kind of typical of the discombobulated arguments
of the right wing to take one quote in a non-political
situation where the Vice-President is pressing the flesh
and turn it into some kind of excuse to attack the man
on his competence.

Maybe Jeff, a resident of the Midtown neighborhood
never inflated or exaggerated someone else's
accomplishments or skills to make them feel better
... probably judging from the tone of this remark,
but it sounds to me like that is what was going on
here. Biden did not blurt this out in the middle of
nuclear arms talks.

Whatever you think of Biden he's been an effective
US Senator for something over 30 years. It is so
insulting to every reader here to take up their time
with this pointless non-statement.

When this is the best that one side can do to make
the case for their return to power ... maybe Australian
treasurer, Wayne Swan's unusually blunt criticism of US
politics where he said 'cranks and crazies' had taken
over the Republicans and posed the biggest threat
to the world's largest economy, was right on point.


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Posted by Biden rocks!
a resident of Green Acres
on Sep 21, 2012 at 10:01 pm

Joe's convention speech had higher ratings than anyone else in either convention.

We love Joe!


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