Saturday, August 23, 2008

I Couldn't Agree More

"The White House is no place for on the job training"

"Obama voted to not protect our soldiers in Iraq by voting against body armor."

"Obama was wrong on the war"

"The White House isn't the place to learn how to deal with international crisis, the balance of power, war and peace, and the economic future of the next generation."

"I don't believe he is ready"

All the above quotes are from Obama's VP pick, Senator Joe Biden, and I couldn't agree more!

13 comments:

Dee said...

I am still incredulous at how horrible a pick this was. I'm just left shaking my head. I'm doing research on this for my radio show and I'm just finding gem after gem. He is like a gaffe magnet, unbelievable.

If John McCain doesn't screw up his VP pick he could actually win this thing.

Conservative Cajun said...

Obama had to pick Biden for national security and international policy cred.

Colin Powell wouldn't have worked because too many on the kooky Left still accuse Powell of lying at the U.N., and while Wes Clark is liberal, his loyalty likely still lies with the Clintons. Obama doesn't really want the Clintons on his team.

I wish Gen. Patraeus hadn't ruled himself out of any consideration last year, because he would be, in my opinion, the best VP choice hands down. In fact, I think he'd make a great President as Commander-in-Chief.

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Mike's America said...

So much for "change." Obama picks an old white guy who has been in the Senate longer than John McCain...

The leftist southpaw said...

Biden:

"The White House isn't the place to learn how to deal with international crisis, the balance of power, war and peace, and the economic future of the next generation."

Cajun Tiger "couldn't agree more!"

so this applies to Palin too, right?

Cajun Tiger said...

Southpaw...do you REALLY want to run on the issue of the experience of your PRESIDENTIAL candidate's experience versus our VICE PRESIDENTIAL candidate's experience? Good luck with that one!

The leftist southpaw said...

yes I do. Bring it.

Cajun Tiger said...

our ticket is in the right order...the one with the experience is on the top of the ticket not the bottom. That's the way it should be don't you think? Not the way the Dem ticket is with the one with no experience at top, so again, good luck with that course of action.

The leftist southpaw said...

CT-

I asked you if Biden's comments applied to Palin. You didn't answer, you changed the subject. You challenged me to compare Palin's experience to Obama's. I said ok, you changed the subject again by arguing about the order of the ticket. So you've wasted enough of my time, I'm done with this thread.

Let me know when you want to talk about the issues, I'm up for it. But stick to the topics at hand.

Cajun Tiger said...

Getting touchy are we? Hard to defend the truth that the top of your ticket at most is equal in experience if not less so than the bottom of our ticket isn't it? Biden's comments were for PRESIDENTIAL qualifications not VICE PRESIDENT, so I'm very much sticking to the topic. You are the one straying off topic and trying to raise the bar.

The leftist southpaw said...

no.
no.

Cajun Tiger said...

Way to continue to ignore the point that you are trying to compare the VP of our ticket to the President of your ticket. After 4-8 years of experience as VP, she will blow away any Dem challenger in '12 or '16.

The leftist southpaw said...

you're right. I might as well give up.