Tuesday, January 9, 2007

Joe Biden Announces "He’s Going to Be Joe Biden"

On last Sunday’s “Meet the Press” Senator Joe Biden announced he will seek the Democratic presidential nomination. Matter of factly, Biden told anchor Tim Russert, “I am running for president.”

To clear up any confusion among voters and Joe Biden himself as to who he is, the Delaware Senator confided: “I’m going to be Joe Biden, and I’m trying to be the best Joe Biden I can be.” Now that this is clear, voters are left asking:

So, is this the best Senator Joe Biden can be?

On a June edition of C-SPAN's "Road to the White House" Biden said, "In Delaware, the largest growth in population is Indian-Americans moving from India. You cannot go to a 7-Eleven or a Dunkin' Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent. I'm not joking."

Unfortunately, a number of local Deleware's Indian-Americans weren't amused by Senator Biden's attempt at reaching out to them:
Apu, a clerk at a convenience store in Springfield, exercised his 2nd Amendment right, arming himself against any future Senator Biden slips-of-the-tongue.
So, what do you think Senator Biden's campaign slogan should be? Be sure to participate in the poll, "No, I'm Joe Biden" (right column).


Peter said...

Turning to the subject of a likable candidate, I was at Gov. Huckabee's book launch party in Manhattan and I was really impressed. He is a humble man willing to admit it when he is wrong but not one who will back down from his convictions for political expediency. I highly recommend that everybody go out and read his book. "From Hope To Higher Ground: 12 Steps To Restoring America's Greatness." You won't be disappointed.

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