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Near perfect record of being wrong on foreign policy ~ good ole Joe



October 12, 2012 – Comments (6)

It's more than just  the  trajedy  in Libya.

The first reaction from our White house was to apologize because our  ambassador  was one eight sevened,  because somehow  we  deserved it  ~  he deserved ~  that  some bs you-tube video  provoked  it.

I'll admit  Biden did a much better job than Obama  in his debate,  he was able to lie  without breaking a sweat, he actually believed  his own lies and flat out  not once but at least twice if not more ~ flat out  said  that they did not know  anything about  more security being asked for or even needed in  Benghazi.

He was the George Costanza :

Earlier this week, the Washington Post’s Mark Thiessen wrote:

Of course, Biden’s opposition to the bin Laden operation is not surprising. The fact is Biden has a near-perfect record of being wrong about almost every major foreign policy question that the United States has faced in the past three decades. He supported the nuclear freeze in the 1980s, opposed ballistic missile defense and warned of a new arms race if the United States withdrew from theAnti-Ballistic Missile Treaty (we did, and no arms race ensued). He opposed aiding the Nicaraguan democratic resistance that helped roll back communism in our hemisphere, the Reagan defense buildup that bankrupted the Soviet Union, the first Gulf War that liberated Kuwait, and the 2007 surge that turned back the insurgency and defeated al-Qaeda in Iraq. With this record, it is no shock that Biden opposed the killing of bin Laden as well. But it takes chutzpah for Biden to publicly castigate Romney for his imaginary opposition to the bin Laden operation, when Biden actually opposed the bin Laden operation.

In tonight’s debate, Crazy Joe said “But I always say what I mean“.  Unfortunately, he has never come to the conclusion that George did – that everything instinct he ever had has been wrong.  His instinct for tonight’s debate was to be a condescending a$$.  That was probably the wrong thing to do, unless he was trying to gin up support from his own side.  Reports tonight say that a CNN/ORC poll indicates that Ryan won over Biden 48-44%, and a CNBC poll showed Ryan destroying Biden by 20 points.I could go on and on  as to many other  foreign policy blunders by his boss the community  organizer.But I won't....You already know of what I mean.

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#1) On October 12, 2012 at 3:26 AM, awallejr (35.54) wrote:

Oh please you can't argue the point in my thread so you start a new one.  Here:

That is what Alstry did. Don't discuss, spam. Lordz how much did you get for the Alstry account?

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#2) On October 12, 2012 at 3:44 AM, jaagu (< 20) wrote:

CBS News-Knowledge Networks poll of undecided voters who watched the debate found 50 percent giving the advantage to Mr. Biden, 31 percent to the Republican, Representative Paul D. Ryan, and 19 percent calling the debate a tie.

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#3) On October 12, 2012 at 4:02 AM, L0RDZ (90.09) wrote:

“You have a President who ran on hope and change who has now turned his campaign into attack, blame and defame,” said the Wisconsin congressman. “If you don’t have a record to run on, you paint your opponent as someone to run from.”

“ Travel makes a wise man better but a fool worse. ”

— Benjamin Franklin

"You almost can’t blame Joe Biden for being so unhinged. It must be frustrating to debate when you have a record that is so hard to defend and not a single tangible plan for the second term besides tax hikes," a statement from the Republican National Committee said in drawing attention to notable tweets about Biden's mirth.

"Our vice president has shown he is an abusive political bully who belittles, mocks, ridicules and laughs at his opponent, the moderator, the viewers and anyone who questions this administration's lack of leadership," Martin said. "Solutions require respect. These skills the vice president, and this administration, clearly lack."

Democratic strategist Joe Trippi, a Fox News contributor, said he thought Biden delivered a strong performance overall, but it was "diminished" by the "smirking."

“I don’t know about the likeability of that smirking … I found it condescending and overdone," Trippi said.

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#4) On October 12, 2012 at 4:13 AM, L0RDZ (90.09) wrote:

Joe  Biden  serial  exagerator  !!!


complete 2012  vp  debate

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#5) On October 12, 2012 at 1:40 PM, L0RDZ (90.09) wrote:

Something that I ran across : 

If you don’t have a record to run on you paint your opponent as someone to run from.

You make a big election about small things.

Repeat a lie often enough and people will believe it.

Barack Obama's philosophy learned from Saul Alinsky and Karl Marxby

 xxx Posted October 09, 2012

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#6) On October 12, 2012 at 3:48 PM, Turfscape (< 20) wrote:

“If you don’t have a record to run on, you paint your opponent as someone to run from.”

Yep. That pretty much sums up this and every political race. Of course, L0RDZ seems to think that this trait is unique to Democrats...that Romney/Ryan isn't somehow running on the exact same concept.

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