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Biden's 10 Biggest Gaffes

derac Wrote: Oct 08, 2012 9:33 AM
For foreign policy speeches, debate, For now M-R can put what happened in Libya on Obama, doesn't need to do much more than that ! He should briefly mention about the disaster in Syria needing some attention, but not talk "too much" about the past-current-complex situations in Syria, Iran "at this time !" "Syria, Iran" can be discussed-in-more-detail-publicly-dealt-with-more-directly "after the election !" M-R, should get politically-risky anti-Iran-speeches out-over-with-quickly, just tell us how you'll effectively-$-efficiently-$ build up the US-Military-Homeland-Security-Defense-Overall ! To be able to generally handle any Defens-Security-Military-situation that must be dealt with, Rus-Chn-NK-Iran-Syr-C-S-Amer, who-where-when-ever !

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...