Obama bin Biden

#1
Barack Obama introduced Sen. Joe Biden of Delaware on Saturday as a man “ready to step in and be president,” and the newly minted running mate quickly turned his campaign debut into a slashing attack on Republicans seeking four more years in the White House.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/26365828/?GT1=43001

Still, me thinks he should have gone with Mrs Clinton.
 
#6
I'm convinced Obama doesn't want to be president anymore. The novelty has worn off. He just wants to be left alone and eat his waffles.

You don't choose Joe Biden as a running mate if you are trying to be the "audacity of hope". Biden is a career politician but with little to show for it except for being smug, arrogant, vain, eccentric, egomaniacal, and just plain unbearable. He brings nothing to the table either. He has no regional appeal, Delaware is a small state with few electoral votes and is pretty much Democrat anyway. This choice makes no sense. Biden is just a loose cannon rolling around the deck and can destroy Obama's campaign with just one outburst. Joe Biden: a plagiarist and his hair-plugs. :p
 
#7
ctauch said:
Will be a first having a Vice Plagerist. Biden will turn out to be a drag. He is in bed with more lobbyist and big banks, the Republicans will have a field day outting that tw@t.
Shithouse,

Knee jerk reactions like always. Where do you get your evidence from?

Your imagination, no doubt.

ronnie12398 said:

I'm convinced Obama doesn't want to be president anymore. The novelty has worn off. He just wants to be left alone and eat his waffles.

You don't choose Joe Biden as a running mate if you are trying to be the "audacity of hope". Biden is a career politician but with little to show for it except for being smug, arrogant, vain, eccentric, egomaniacal, and just plain unbearable. He brings nothing to the table either. He has no regional appeal, Delaware is a small state with few electoral votes and is pretty much Democrat anyway. This choice makes no sense. Biden is just a loose cannon rolling around the deck and can destroy Obama's campaign with just one outburst. Joe Biden: a plagiarist and his hair-plugs.

Biden is not a lose canon. Biden is the kind of old white guy American people are comfortable with.

A suprisingly large amount of the populance still thinks Obama is a Muslim, a myth that has been debunked countless times. What better choice than a reliably white Catholic to change the notion?

It is all about perception at this point.
 
#8
Speaking of weed, you cabbage head, what hard evidence do you have?

The rantings of a mad man never swayed an election.

Biatch.
 
#9
Rumors are a dime a dozen.

How do your lies, innuendoes and maybe-he-did-maybe-he-didn't disqualify the man?

Last time I heard Tony Bliar was screwing a major celebrity in Hollywood back in 2005.

Not saying it is true but it never stopped your sorry arrse from singing his praises, did it?


Fecking arrsehole.
 
#10
Devil Dog, the effluvium that comes out of your mouth everytime you open it amazes me. Ctauch is obviously well read and presents an argument with multiple sources to back it up, and all you can do is go "Nuh-uh!"? And then you post drivel like this?


If nothing else, you are good for the comedic value.
 
#11
Corporal said:
Devil Dog, the effluvium that comes out of your mouth everytime you open it amazes me. Ctauch is obviously well read and presents an argument with multiple sources to back it up, and all you can do is go "Nuh-uh!"? And then you post drivel like this?


If nothing else, you are good for the comedic value.
Shithouse is well read? :D


If those standards apply across the board then I am a professor of genetic studies and master of bovine extractions from the negative end of sexually deprived homo sapiens who inhabit the present millenium....

Like the one they call Shithouse.
 
#12
This is one of those very rare occasions where I concur fully with Ctauch.

The Obama campaign just handed the election to McCain. Obama has been campaigning against the "Washington Insiders" and picks the ultimate insider as a running mate. He has been campaigning as a representative of youth and picks a running mate only a few years younger than McCain.

I don't like McCain because of his shabby, nasty attack on General Casey during his confirmation hearings as CoS. General Casey is someone I like and respect. Nevertheless, Obama has left me no choice.
 
#13
DavidBOC said:
This is one of those very rare occasions where I concur fully with Ctauch.

The Obama campaign just handed the election to McCain. Obama has been campaigning against the "Washington Insiders" and picks the ultimate insider as a running mate. He has been campaigning as a representative of youth and picks a running mate only a few years younger than McCain..
First off, I am not up to date with the US elections, because there is enough political nausea to put up with on this side of the pond. But, could it be that Obama wants to fight fire with fire?
 
#14
Drlligaf said:
DavidBOC said:
This is one of those very rare occasions where I concur fully with Ctauch.

The Obama campaign just handed the election to McCain. Obama has been campaigning against the "Washington Insiders" and picks the ultimate insider as a running mate. He has been campaigning as a representative of youth and picks a running mate only a few years younger than McCain..
First off, I am not up to date with the US elections, because there is enough political nausea to put up with on this side of the pond. But, could it be that Obama wants to fight fire with fire?
No, Obama is just admitting that he lacks the experience every one of his critics says he lacks. Joe Biden brings no fire, he just brings long-winded speeches and spastic hand gestures. Obama and Biden will awkwardly throw footballs to each other and gaze deeply and lovingly into each others eyes just like John Kerry and John Edwards used to do, and with the same results in November. :D
 
#15
Shithouse,

So Robert Hunter Biden is a lobbyist. So what? Nothing out of the ordinary there. Did he break any laws? Doubt it.

Go ahead and bash Joe Biden and ignore the issue at hand: is America better off now than it was eight years ago?

The answer is a resounding NO!

Name one thing the Republican mobsters have done right since they set camp in the Whitehouse. One thing.

Don't give me that crap about fighting them "over there so so we won't fight them over here." Or the one that includes the words "staying the course."

Fecking moron.
 
#16
Actually it is called hypocrisy...sorry didn't mean to interrupt, you chaps carry on...I'll just thin out.
 
#17
Just so you dullards know, Obama has shown allegiace towards West Ham United FC (see wikipidia) and with Bin Laden showing his Arsenal colours a couple of years ago the war against tha Taliban may have a more important significance when the Hammers and the Gunners are at each other at this new level. :wink:
 
#18
Me old crystalball tells me West Ham United FC will win six nil.
 
#19
I'm not hugely convinced by Biden, as Ctauch says, he is a career politician who is in bed with lots of groups who he will owe a debt to if he gets elected. It negates Obama's supposed freshness.
However I don't see Hillary as the answer for the same reasons and also because she would not be comfortable as a number 2 and would want things done her way.
But I think that if Obama announced that she would have a major post in his administration, one that she could accept and do well in, then he could get the best out of her both politically and vote-wise.
Don't know if any cousins across the pond see it that way, I would be interested.
 
#20
Dwarf said:
I'm not hugely convinced by Biden, as Ctauch says, he is a career politician who is in bed with lots of groups who he will owe a debt to if he gets elected. It negates Obama's supposed freshness.
However I don't see Hillary as the answer for the same reasons and also because she would not be comfortable as a number 2 and would want things done her way.
But I think that if Obama announced that she would have a major post in his administration, one that she could accept and do well in, then he could get the best out of her both politically and vote-wise.
Don't know if any cousins across the pond see it that way, I would be interested.
The Billary are going to knee cap Obama. He's done, the amount of disrespect he showed during the primary and in the lead up of the convention is more then the Billary can tolerate.

The Billary speeches said nothing in the way of why Obama is ready to be President, merely that he is. Hillary's speech was more a "watch me in 2012 as I run again".

If you come to the conclusion, as you rightly did, that she would be unhappy as number two, what would make you think she would take some cabinet position; such as AG or Sec. State? Don't mistake unhappy with being number two, with the disrespect of not even being asked.

The only thing that could come close to smoothing over any hard feelings that Obama created would be a nomination as Supreme Court Justice. There will be a few vacancies opening up after Nov. Ginsberg has been holding out announcing her retirement in the hopes of a Dem victory in Nov. What Hillary really wants is to be President, is possible she would be content with being a Supreme as the judicial branch has become the avenue which liberals take to get done what they fail to get done in the legislative branch.

If the Dems lose in Nov I don't see Ginsberg hanging on for another 4 years, opening that seat to a more conservative nominee and a repeat of the Bork hearings. This is one reason why many conservatives have resigned themselves to a "I don't care who takes the White House we need to solidify the hold on the Congress"
 

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