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Quote of the Day || August 16, 2012

“There’s no reason for concern about me, or to throw me off the ticket. I’m fully prepared, should it ever become necessary, to serve as prime minister.”

– Vice President Joe Biden

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19 Responses to Quote of the Day || August 16, 2012

  1. Actually, “Plugs” Biden’s gaffs could be intentional and have the full blessing of The One. Think about it…every week there has been a gaff, the MSM spends 24/7 talking, writing and pontificating about the gaff instead of concentrating on this administration’s dismal record. And all this forces the Romney camp to attack the gaff and not real issues of the campaign.

  2. and this from former VA Governor and Richmond Mayor Doug Wilder:

    “Without question they were appeals to race,” Wilder told CNN. “And if you don’t argue with that, then you understand that, then the next question is why? Why do you feel you need to do that? But the more important thing that I got out of this was Biden separated himself from what he accused the people of doing. As a matter of fact what he said is, they are going to do something to y’all, not to me, not us. So he was still involved with that separate America. And I’m sick and tired of being considered something other than an American.”

    http://www2.timesdispatch.com/news/2012/aug/16/obama-doesnt-need-wilder-says-biden-remark-ar-2135509/

    • It was quite clever. I find it difficult to believe that either of the Clintons want to help out Barry. Bill speaking at the convention? I predict a good ol’ boy, Bubba style stab in the back.

      • I always wonder about the aftermath of those store and diner runs–do the store owners think about everyone who wanted to get in but couldn’t, the mess, wondering whether someone paid (someone did pay, didn’t they, did they pay you?). And now–they have to worry their stores will appear in ads–hey, John, didn’t know you were a Democrat! I dunno–these spontaneous things probably are not so wonderful for everyone.