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Biden's the Gaffe King, Not Ryan

P. B. Wrote: Sep 05, 2012 10:41 AM
I'm surprised that he left out Biden's comment about President Franklin Roosevelt going on TV to make a speech immediately following the stock market crash of October 24, 1929. Of course, TV did not exist at that time and Herbert Hoover was the President.
midfielder2 Wrote: Sep 05, 2012 11:14 AM
There's only so much room in the column P.B., he simply can't fit all of the bufoons gaffes in.

Within minutes of Paul Ryan concluding his convention speech in Tampa, Fla., the media attacks were launched. Why, the man is loose with the facts! He only spews vitriol and nonsense.

Democratic National Convention Political Director Patrick Gaspard quickly sent out a fundraising appeal: "Paul Ryan's speech to the Republican Convention tonight wasn't grounded in reality." It was impossible to tell where the Democratic Party ended and the "news" media began.

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