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View Poll Results: Will Obama Drop Joe Biden?
Yes, he will. 1 8.33%
What???? No Way Dude! 0 0%
Maybe? 0 0%
I don't Know. 1 8.33%
I don't care. 1 8.33%
Doesn't matter. Obama will lose anyway. 2 16.67%
That's crazy talk. 0 0%
Who is Joe Biden? 2 16.67%
He should choose (other) Please tell us. 0 0%
I hope he does. 0 0%
You......... drop dead webthing! 2 16.67%
Whats wrong with Joe Biden? 3 25.00%
Fuck Bizz 3 25.00%
I Lie to myself about Obama 0 0%
I voted republican last time. Now I'm Voting Obama 0 0%
I voted Obama last time. Now I'm voting republican 0 0%
They are all........ worthless 0 0%
This isn't even a poll question! 2 16.67%
Doesn't matter... one bit.... who the is President! 0 0%
We're FUCKED! 3 25.00%
Mitt Romney will be a great President! 0 0%
Thanks for wasting my TIME asshole!!! 2 16.67%
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Old 1st February 2012, 02:55   #1
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Will Obama Drop Biden?

I bet he's thinking about.


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Old 1st February 2012, 21:50   #2
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I think he'll keep Biden....And I think he'll win...but you never know.
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Old 2nd February 2012, 00:02   #3
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There doesn't seem to be any significant negative press about Biden that would suggest that Obama would benefit from making a change in running mates.

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Old 6th February 2012, 09:50   #4
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I can't think of an instance where a President changed VP mid stream, but there's always a rumor like that. Biden isn't -even- Dan Quayle.

I think you're right Ted. One commie is very much like another.
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Old 6th February 2012, 09:53   #5
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Just vote "we're FUCKED!" and be honest guys :P

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Old 7th February 2012, 02:01   #6
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Thanks, RoH; I don't know if the press even acknowledges that Biden exists. Sure, a Google search will find hits, but really, I never see headlines saying anything about Biden, at least none that people honestly read and remember.

Quale had tons of negative press, and the public seemed rather entertained by it. Most people remember him for the potato(e) incident and Murphy Brown speech.

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Old 7th February 2012, 07:44   #7
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Biden is likable enough. Obama is likable enough. If charisma has anything to do with the upcoming elections, these guys are a shoe in.

I don't even remember what Biden said that was stupid. I remember there were a couple things, but nothing memorable.

What I have a problem with.....

I was watching this hippie on Youtube and he said something that stuck. When you are poor, you are not only poor, you are an enemy of the state.

Some of the states started requiring welfare recipients to get drug tested. What did we find out? They are twice as clean as the general population. That left some people sputtering. 4% failed a drug test. 9% of the general population would fail on a given day.

Your middle class soccer mommy is about twice as likely to be a junkie as the welfare mom.

The 25 million extra "enemies of the state" we accrued over the last 4 years must somehow be at fault too. While our child hunger rate doubled.

What do you get when you chain a dog up in the back yard and under feed it? A mean dog. People aren't much different.
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Old 7th February 2012, 08:23   #8
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I am not American, so I do not have a say in the matter. But I enjoy Webthing's polls.

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Old 7th February 2012, 08:51   #9
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You might pay attention to the fact that lately we hire a Democrat President and fire a Democrat Congress and vice versa. Bill Clinton elected. Democrat congress fired. Bush elected Republicans fired... twice... Obama elected... Democrats fired.

It betrays a government that doesn't really well meet our core values.

Our press doesn't show the great American moderate. He doesn't dance in a thong or think the American government should be run by Jesus.

I feel like the evening news is an episode of Jerry Springer.
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Old 7th February 2012, 09:14   #10
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I bet he will...

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Roob I'm surprised that you have not yet been banned.

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Renewed speculation that Biden could be dropped from the ticket comes on the heels of yet another gaffe by the vice president.

President Barack Obama has slightly more than 22 days to drop Vice Presidential Joe Biden from the 2012 Democratic presidential ticket, according to lawyers familiar with the party nominating process. That is, Democrats have until September 6 to formally nominate their presidential ticket which will then be qualified for the 50 state ballots.

And it is still possible for that ticket not to include the current vice president, Joe Biden.

"As a sitting president and vice president, Obama and Biden are both considered the Democrats' presumptive nominees and will not be the official nominees until after Charlotte," a lawyer familiar with the party nominating process tells me. "Each party has to file paperwork with each state once the candidates become official nominees. So it's still quite possible for Obama to drop Biden and replace him with someone else and pay no consequences with listing on ballots."

The nominating process will take place at the Democratic party convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, which is being held September 3-6.

Renewed speculation that Biden could be dropped from the ticket comes on the heels of yet another gaffe by the vice president. "They gonna put y'all back in chains," Biden said of the Republican candidates for president and vice president yesterday at a campaign stop. CNN reported that a senior adviser called Biden's comments "not helpful," and that "they believe the vice president has knocked them off track."


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Old 15th August 2012, 21:36   #14
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Palin calls on Obama to dump Biden in favor of Hillary Clinton

Sarah Palin has said that Joe Biden’s controversial ‘put y’all back in chains’ comment should be the ‘nail in the coffin’ for his career and suggested Barack Obama replace him on the 2012 ticket with Hillary Clinton.

She added that she hoped Obama would not take such a step because ‘an Obama/Clinton ticket would have a darn good chance of winning’.

There is virtually no chance of Obama replacing Biden as his running mate and it is doubtful that Clinton, who harbours ambitions to run for the White House in 2016, would even want to be the president’s running mate.




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If that's the worst bashing someone can do to Biden, then he must be doing pretty well. It was obvious what was meant by the comment to everyone that has heard the entire paragraph and not the blatantly out-of-context snip of a quote. That's really sad that people dwell on something that was clearly not intended to be what opponents say it meant.

This makes me hate what politics has become, not that I particularly enjoyed it in the past.

As for H. Clinton, she completely and intentionally fabricated a lie about landing under fire. That wasn't something taken out of context and proves that she's willing to be dishonest in an effort to further her career. I agree with much of what she says and does, but that problem makes her politically weak when running against mud-slingers and therefore Biden would likely make a less-attackable running mate.

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