Joe Biden: Hillary Clinton might have been a better vice-president than me

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  1. LadyEagle

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    I don't know how the man even walks with one foot always in his mouth. Must hop around. I'll have to check the video.
     
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    So is that a dig against Obama or just a compliment to Hillary?


    Answer = It's a political way of questioning Obama judgment and court the Hillary supporters at the same time. So it is neither and both at the same time.
     
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    If you say so, but I'm impressed by the fact that Biden is actually capable of a coherent assessment of the situation without putting his foot in his mouth.

    Obama did not pick Hillary because of his own weaknesses, not hers.
     
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    Ya know, you're sorta right. I don't know if it's so much judgment because I am sure he got a lot of pressure from the party to pick Biden for his foreign policy experience. He still made the final decision. He had an easy walk into the White House had he of chosen Hillary. He would have had every demographic except the die hard Conservatives and the Evangelicals.

    Biden and his years on the hill is just part of the problem so can't be the solution any more than McCain. Collectively those two have made America so many empty promises and statement it's hard to believe a word out of their mouth (not as Gov.).

    I will give Palin this thumbs up, he has to be kicking himself.... :thumbs:

    I asked the question before and I really hope to see Biden take ill or have some personal emergency that will cause him to pull out the race. Even then, with all the lost momentum, selecting Hillary now would still be a tight race.
     
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    I thought that if Senator Obama picked Senator Clinton to run with him that it would have sewned up the election. I still do. I still like Senator Biden as well. He is very good on foreign policy.
     

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