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Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Do you Feel Comfortable with the Vice President...

                                                                                           VP,  Joe Biden



Does it make you a little uncomfortable knowing the Vice President is in Baghdad talking to other world leaders? 
The Vice President is representing the United States of America and President Obama, which in itself is scary, in Baghdad, discussing the drawdown of the US troops. Of course who really knows what he is actually saying? Remember, this is the same Joe Biden who, on the day President Obama signed the health care overhaul into law, made a blooper of historic proportions. When the Vice President  introduced President Obama, he leans into the President and whispers, not so quietly, into his ear........................................

                                           "This is a big ("Fn") deal"

                                                                                                            OOOPs!




He said such things as:

 "J-O-B-S is a three letter word."

"Hillary Clinton is as qualified or more qualified than I am to be vice president of the United States of America. Quite frankly, it might have been a better pick than me."

"Stand up, Chuck, let 'em see ya." (speaking to Missouri state senator Chuck Graham was in a wheelchair.) 


The Vice President gets his historical facts screwed up, claiming President Roosevelt went on TV in 1929 to talk about the stock market crash, despite the fact Roosevelt wasn't President and TV's  were only experimental.


But hey, what are few screw ups among friends or world leaders?

These are but a few examples that should scare you knowing the Vice President is talking to other world leaders while representing the United States of America.

I believe it is way past time for a change in leadership or lack of, in the White House. If you agree, please remember these things before the 2012 election and don't be afraid to let your feelings  be known.

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