Biden- Not a Bad Pick, BUT
Let’s go down memory lane a bit, as this will help to put Obama’s selection of Joe Biden in proper perspective.JFK- picked his convention opponent and Senate powerhouse, Lyndon Johnson., to the consternation of his supporters. JFK acted in the overriding interest of electoral victory.Reagan-the magnanimous Gipper chose his primary opponent, a selection reflecting great self-confidence. And a practical one, too, building a needed bridge | Read More »
Biden – Plagiarism And Prevarication You Can Believe In
I’ve never had much use for Joe Biden. I simply can’t get past Biden’s plagiarism and Biden’s portrayal of his academic record which you can see in the following video:Four of the boasts Biden made about his academic record are false:Full Academic Scholarship – Biden actually received a partial scholarship from the university based on financial need.Top Half of His Class – Biden finished 76th | Read More »
MI Morning Update: GOP Statewide candidates announced, Obama-Biden bad for MI & for US
72 Days until Election DayAugust 24, 2008QUOTE OF THE DAY:"I think he can be ready but right now, I don’t believe he is. The presidency is not something that lends itself to on-the-job training.""I would be honored to run with or against John McCain, because I think the country would be better off."Delaware Senator Joe Biden, Obama’s Vice Presidential nomineeMORNING UPDATE:MICHIGAN REPUBLICANS…nominated an impressive slate | Read More »
So . . . Biden
I admit it. I signed up for the text message and the e-mail. I got the e-mail at 3:50 am on Saturday morning and did not read it–as I was asleep. I never got the text message. It would appear that there were problems with the transmission of the text message. Not exactly the best way to show the campaign organization’s competence in the prelude | Read More »
Geography enthusiasts who watched the big Obama-Biden rally in Springfield, Illinois, yesterday were probably a bit curious to hear the town of Scranton, Pennsylvania, mentioned so often in relation to a man from Delaware. Together, Sen. Obama and Sen. Biden mentioned the town five times. Joe Biden has roots in Scranton. He was born there in 1942. But Joe Biden hasn’t lived in Scranton since | Read More »
Someone Explain This To Me? Please?
I have been racking my brain trying to figure why in the World Barack Obama would pick Joe Biden?I know a lot of people are asking the same question and the criticism of it is running rampant but really, why would he make such a critical election costing mistake? I mean this is game over for him and you have to wonder how he could | Read More »
The Left Was Against Plagiarists Before They Were for Obama/Biden
Or so I’ve been told.Since the announcement of Joe Binden, last night, as Barack Obama’s VP I’ve been playing with the plagiarism charges, making silly inspirational posters parodies for the website and having some fun until it dawned on me… this is a really serious issue for two reasons — One, is the fact that both of these men Joe Biden and Barack Obama have | Read More »
Putting the Biden Pick in Perspective
When Joe Biden entered the United States Senate, John McCain was in his fifth year of captivity at the Hanoi Hilton.Barry Obama was eight when Biden began his Senate career.Nixon was starting his second term as President.Barack Obama’s campaign says Joe Biden is “not of Washington.” Linda Douglass, formerly of ABC News and now an Obama hack (not that it’d be different were she still | Read More »
Neil Kinnock endorses Joe Biden
Lord Neil Kinnock, the former boss of Britain’s Labour [sic] Party, has endorsed Obama’s selection of Joe Biden to be his running mate.”He is a man of immense maturity and unmatched in the Senate, and probably much more widely, as an analyst and advocate in the foreign policy and defence [sic] policy areas.This is significant… why? Oh, you remember.In a 1987 speech to the Welsh | Read More »
Orin Kerr kills with kindness…
…with regard to the Biden pick. Again: oh, the fun that we’ll have.Via PJM, which has a nice round-up.
Apparently, even Obama’s down with the “he’s too inexperienced to lead” meme.
A little thing, but at best a gaffe, and at worst a tacit admission:How Ben Porritt of the McCain campaign put it: “Barack Obama sounded as though he turned over the top spot on the ticket today to his new mentor, when he introduced Joe Biden as the next president. The reality is that nothing has changed since Joe Biden first made his assessment that | Read More »
Obama/Biden ’08; Let the Self Destruction Begin
I like Elizabeth’s take in this one at E!! The True Conservative Story.I am really surprised. I think it’s a bad choice. Which I’m happy about, but Wow, what a poor choice. Obama’s camp seems to get dumber by the minute.Of all the names I saw floated over the last few weeks there was one name that I consistently wondered about. Biden’s. Of all the | Read More »
Let’s Welcome Joe Biden to the Ticket
He himself said Barack Obama was “not ready to lead.”He’s right.So we should stop them by sending some money to John McCain.While we’re at it, there is an opportunity ripe here for RedState readers.I will truly be ashamed if we do not have creative enough talent to put together a 30 second ad spot on this announcement.Your base material is this Hillary Clinton ad. The | Read More »
I suppose that Obama plans to wash Biden’s racialist sins away?
And that they plan to have Obama formally forgive Biden for this: After a lengthy critique of Bush administration education policies, Biden attempted to explain why some schools perform better than others — in Iowa, for instance, compared with the District. “There’s less than 1 percent of the population of Iowa that is African American. There is probably less than 4 or 5 percent that | Read More »