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Joe Biden says there were more new jobs in the last year


"We have created more jobs in this last year than the Bush administration (did) in eight years." Joe Biden on Tuesday, April 19th, 2011 in a speech in Cleveland Vice President Joe Biden loves campaigning in Ohio. He did so 15 times during the 2010 Midterm elections for various state and federal candidates. But Democrats still suffered a "shellacking," he joked during an April 19 campaign fundraiser in Cleveland for U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, who faces re-election next year. Citing positive economic news, Biden insisted, however, that the political debate about his administration’s ...


Biden's desperate demand for help


Within a few weeks of Obama's coronation it has become clear this new emperor will be as aggressive and violent as his immediate predecessors Bush II, Clinton, Bush I and Reagan. We are expected to believe there will be a "new tone" in US foreign policy. However, a new tone is just that, a new tone. It means the essence will not change at all, nor will the forms. Just the tone. That must have been the change Obama has been promising his supporters and all those poor devils who believed in him and who voted for him. The remarks made by Obama's messenger boys at the 45th Munich Security ...


After 36 Years, Joe Biden Has a New Job


Wednesday, January 21, 2009 At 11:58 yesterday morning, the self-proclaimed "Senate man" finally changed jobs. Delaware's Joseph R. Biden Jr. was sworn in as vice president of the United States by Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, in the likely culmination of a political rise that began when Biden was elected to the Senate in 1972 at age 29. He is the first person in his state's history to become vice president or president. Biden spent much of his first day in office joining the incoming president, Barack Obama, at events, including the inaugural ceremonies and parade and a lunch ...



 
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