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Biden Headed to New Hampshire Tuesday

Such a small state. I wonder what gives?

That’s right, Vice President Biden is headed up to the state that holds the first presidential primary in the nation every four years or so. Oh, and it’s an official event and you’re paying.

According to the White House:

At 1:45 PM ET, the Vice President and Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez will visit a NH Works Center in Nashua, New Hampshire. The Vice President will highlight workforce development and the value of on-the-job training.

How do they justify this?

The state of New Hampshire has one of the most successful on-the-job training programs in the country.

Okay, I see.

I guess the vice president has a right to visit New Hampshire. And the proud people of the Granite State need to see their vice president too.

I wonder what kind of job training program Iowa has?

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10 Responses to Biden Headed to New Hampshire Tuesday

  1. America has never been “blessed” as it is now with the leaders it has in government, the arts, media, business and society. Anyone who has read about the glory that was Greece and the grandeur that was Rome knows what its future holds. Greece and Rome were not murdered; it was suicide!
    Res ipsa loquitor!

  2. “How do they justify this?” Well stated. They don´t need no stinking badges to visit NH because no one messes with Joe. God help us.

    • Quite honestly, the man has made enough faux pas that all his primary opponents would need to do would be to put together a Joe Biden “blooper reel” and that would be that. It might end up being the funniest attack ad in American political history.

  3. Here in NH our heating oil is $3.80/gal, gas is $3.50, home value growth is flat and we are being crushed by federal mandates. Maybe “clueless” Joe could address some of those issues for us here in the Granite State.

  4. New Hampshire got $985 million from the stimulus fund. That created 845 jobs. You do the math per job.

    I remember Joe had a lot of “mixers” up there when he was running for president in 2008.