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Biden's 10 Biggest Gaffes

cerin Wrote: Oct 08, 2012 1:48 PM
Tell the Romney campaign to have a strong-clear-cautious-balanced-approach in M-R's foreign policy speeches ! if M-R suddenly gets "too-hawkish," instead of portraying the current-trending-popular-concensus, strong-clear-cautious-balanced-foreign-policy-approach, It won't sit-sell-well with the all importnt swing-states, carefully-watching-discerning, undecided, on the fence, Independnt, women. Libertrn-Constn-Prty, voters, M-R go-ahead, just don't overdo it ! Everyone wants a Massive-Strong-Powerful-High-Tech-Conventnl-Nationl-Homelnd-Securty-Defense-Large-multi-front-capable-prepard-Military, But they'd rather not have to hear "So-Much" about "US-ME-Military-intertvention. So 30 days before the election focus-mostly-on-the-economy !"

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...