Sarah Palin calls on Obama to dump Joe Biden: Sarah Palin is calling on President Obama to dump vice president Joe Biden over his “put y’all back in chains” comments, suggesting he should replace him on the 2012 ticket with Hillary Clinton. Newsflash to Sarah — nobody with an ounce of common sense listens to you.
She added that she hoped Obama would not take such a step because ‘an Obama/Clinton ticket would have a darn good chance of winning’.
‘There weren’t enough groans and boos when he said such a disgusting comment, really, especially to a demographic there that was includes 48 per cent of the community being black Americans, ‘Palin said Tuesday night.
‘Greta, if that’s not the nail of the coffin. Really the strategists there in the Obama campaign have got to look at a diplomatic way of replacing Joe Biden on the ticket with Hillary.’ Source: Daily Mail
Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani questioned Biden’s ‘mental capacity’ to assume the presidency should anything happen to Obama. I won’t even dignify that with a comment, given the fact that Giuliani’s abysmal record on civil rights speaks for itself. Um, I could also question his mental capacity when dissed his wife for his then jump-off and lost miserably in the presidential campaign in 2008. Or even his penchant for wearing women’s clothes on Saturday Night Live over and over. There’s one more that’s too good to pass up — Giuliani’s mental capacity for marrying his cousin.
Back to Sarah Palin…..Her request is interesting and the fact that she recognizes that an Obama-Clinton ticket would win is interesting. Is there some hard feelings with her and the Romney campaign? Is she feeling slighted over the Republican National Convention non-invite? This presidential campaign has gotten pretty mean for all the wrong reasons. This comes as Romney calls President Obama “angry and desperate.” Um, wrong person bro.
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