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Biden's 10 Biggest Gaffes

cerin Wrote: Oct 08, 2012 1:27 PM
He's far from stupid, he just gets carried away with his Act, ends up making alot of gaffes. He had 1 of the best speeches at the DNConvention, but he overplayed his hand with the triple-repeated-thundering, Bin-Laden-is, GM-is, remark ! You saw what unexpectedly happened soon thereafter in Libya to Obama-H-Clinton-Biden-Admin-Cabinet-US-Emb-Amb-to-Libya !
francisdesales Wrote: Oct 10, 2012 7:37 PM
Problem is that the "common man" in the US is not a liberal union-worker.

He's out of touch with America. Only the liberals lap up his garbage. And how he got to be representative of the "common man" (ordinary Joe) is beyond me. I guess you believe your own press if you print it long enough
cerin Wrote: Oct 08, 2012 1:27 PM
The point is,

It's too close to the election for Romney, Ryan, all Cons-Reps, to not be on full-guard for,

Obama, Biden, Axelrod, DWS, Plouf, Cutter, Reid, Pelosi, Schumer, Boxer, MSM, pre-planned-strategies-attacks-Pre-set-R-Gaffe-Traps !
cerin Wrote: Oct 08, 2012 1:27 PM
J-B's always trying to appeal to the "Liberal, Union-Worker, Common Man Dem Masses" with PC-slogans, self-deprecation, Union-tough-guy-sounding-bravado, you-name-it-he-does-it-all !

For almost four years, Americans have been given little hope for change in a major White House weakness: Joe Biden’s gaffes.


From Townhall Magazine's October feature, "Biden's 10 Biggest Gaffes," by John P. Hanlon:

In 2008, an elected official with a history of ill-informed decisions and a record of rhetorical missteps was selected to be a vice presidential candidate for one of the country’s two major political parties. Contrary to media reports, that person who was—and continues to be—ill-equipped...