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GOP hitting Joe Biden for gaffes.

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WASHINGTON--The Republican National Committee is turning up the heat on Joe Biden on Wednesday. Their oppo team is keeping tabs on what they consider gaffes at the Biden Gaffe Clock

Not to pile on, but here's what Biden said on Tuesday at the National Jewish Democratic Council: In recounting his 1972 race for the Senate, Biden said, "I was a 29-year-old kid nominated for president, excuse me, nominated for senator."


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AT LEAST HE CAN TALK, AND THEN APOLOGIZE IF HE
MADE AN ERROR, THE GOP CANDIDATE DOESN'T EVEN
SPEAK, SO WHO DO YOU WANT A PERSON WHO KNOWS HE
ISN'T PERFECT OR A PERSON WHO IS SCARED TO TALK
BECAUSE THE GOP IS FEARFUL SHE WILL MAKE A
MISTAKE!
BOTTOM LINE NEITHER ONE IS RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT!
BIDEN HAS THE EXPERIENCE, MORE THAN MCCAIN!
AND BIDEN ISN'T RICH SO THE MAINSTREAM PEOPLE
IN AMERICA CAN RELATE TO HIM MORE THAN A RICH
GUY AND A LADY WHO IS MUZZLED LIKE A PITBULL!

And what is that, big deal, the republicans are really getting stupid now. This is truly the low road.

Reporting of "gaffes" is humorous. We need to find some sense of humor to deal with these.

The fact that anyone can take Joe Biden seriously anymore, amazes me. I understand why people are afraid of Sarah Palin, she doesn’t need a Teleprompter with soaring words written by David Axelrod to sound intelligent. Without those well written speaches, Obama says stupid thigs just like Biden. (Hey Obama, we don't have 57 states!) If Obama is so great, why won’t he keep his promise to meet McCain in a Town Hall type setting, without the Teleprompters or biased journalists?

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