Senator Biden and a possible new campaign slogan

Posted by: ST on August 28, 2006 at 10:34 pm

Kim Priestap has an absolutely laughable video of Senator Joe Biden (D-DE) from Chris Wallace’s show on Fox News this past Sunday. I’m linking to the transcript, but make sure you watch the video Kim has posted as well. Via the transcript, with emphasis added:

WALLACE: And, finally, Senator Biden — finally, we’ve got about 30 seconds left, but I can’t let you go without some politics. As we’ve mentioned, you’re in South Carolina right now, on the campaign trial. Thirty seconds or less, what kind of a chance would a Northeastern liberal like Joe Biden stand in the South if you were running in Democratic primaries against southerners like Mark Warner and John Edwards.

BIDEN: Better than anybody else. You don’t know my state. My state was a slave state. My state is a border state. My state has the eighth-largest black population in the country. My state is anything from a Northeast liberal state.

LOL … maybe the Senator can make that his 2008 campaign primary slogan: “My state was a slave state!” ;)

Betsy Newmark is amused as well.

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  1. Drewsmom says:

    The double standard is still going strong, the lame stream media still protects its pups, the moonbat dems, they can say anything but if a Conservative says ANYTHING ITS MEGA NEWS FOR AT LEAST 2 weeks.:-w

  2. Tom TB says:

    Joe Biden is sooo funny! He said “My State is ANYTHING from a Northeast LIBERAL State”. Wow, that line, with the slave state remark, sure will play in New England! I love listening to Dems, I just don’t vote for them!

  3. MikeSC says:

    Well, if referencing the large number of Indians in his state by saying you can’t go to a Dunkin’ Donuts without hearing an Indian accent didn’t hurt him, this surely won’t.

    But, again, we must remember Bush is the one who makes dumb statements in public. :rolleyes:
    -=Mike