Despite Biden’s win, there are, in fact, still things you should care about. You cannot delude yourself into thinking all is well, and you cannot excuse others for it either.
Vice President Joe Biden campaigned on behalf of Democrat Jason Kander’s run for United States Senate at the Pageant on the Delmar Loop this past Friday.
Fresh off the winning campaign trail, Joe Biden stops for no one. Nov. 15, he will continue reprising his role as vice president by playing himself on NBC’s “Parks and Recreation.
During the vice presidential debate on Oct. 2, Joe Biden and Sarah Palin were asked what the Bush administration has done right regarding Israel. While both offered interesting commentaries on the current situation in the Middle East, neither was able to offer significant insight.
Drawing in more viewers than any other vice presidential debate in history, Thursday’s vice presidential debate at Washington University went off without a hitch, University Chancellor Mark Wrighton said.
The Gaffe Machine versus the Empty Suit. Working class Catholic versus shotgun-totin’ evangelical. Scranton versus Wasilla.
I have to admit, despite mispronouncing “nuclear” and avoiding a few too many questions, I like Governor Palin.
The excitement surrounding the vice presidential debate this past week climaxed as many students chose to attend viewing parties of the vice presidential debates. Across campus, students felt that Sen. Biden had won the debate.
Thursday night’s debate featured much of what both presidential campaigns had promised, as Senator Joe Biden touted his experience tied with Obama’s vision, and Sarah Palin attempted to appeal to mainstream America.
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