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Palin Reacts to Joe's Crisis Warnings


Joe Biden took a day off from the campaign trail yesterday after making some unfortunate remarks about his running mate and Sarah Palin is busy taking it to Biden today.

Palin mocked Biden for telling supporters a President Obama would be "tested" by some kind of international crisis during his first days in office.

"Thanks for the warning, Joe," Palin said at a stop in Reno, Nevada.

She then laid out a series of "crisis scenarios" she could imagine under an Obama Administration, citing Obama's willingness to meet with "the world's worst dictators without preconditions" and cutting funding for the war, leaving Iraqi citizens at the mercy of terrorist extremists.

But a different kind of threat is more immediate to Obama's candidacy Palin warned.

"The most looming crisis that threatens Obama's campaign right now is Joe Biden's next speaking engagement," she quipped.


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