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Biden Doesn’t Blame People For Voting For a Convicted Felon Over Obama

He did manage to work in a “it’s Bush’s fault” plug, but I don’t think Team Obama will be taking too kindly to Joe being Joe this time…

Via Politico (video below):

Here’s a clip from Vice President Joe Biden’s interview with WTOV-TV in West Virginia yesterday, the latest stop he’s made this week, where he was asked about what he made of out-of-state incarcerated felon Keith Judd getting roughly 40 percent of the vote against President Barack Obama in the recent Democratic primary:
“Look, I come from a household where whenever there’s a recession, somebody around my grandpop or my dad’s table lost a job.
“A brother, a sister a friend, a neighbor. When you’re out of work, man, it’s a depression. And a lot of people are still hurting because of this god-awful recession we inherited that cost 8.4 million jobs before we could really get going. And so I don’t blame people, they’re frustrated, they’re angry.”

If you don’t find something fundamentally wrong and revealing in the fact that voters are so desperate to distance themselves from the guy you’re on the ticket with, that they would rather cast their vote for a convicted felon, then it’s time to adjust the hairplugs, Joe.

Nearly four years in, and all the failures of this administration are still Bush’s doing…

Rusty Weiss

Rusty Weiss is a freelance journalist focusing on the conservative movement and its political agenda. He has been writing conservatively charged articles for several years in the upstate New York area, and his writings have appeared in the Daily Caller, American Thinker, FoxNews.com, Big Government, the Times Union, and the Troy Record. He is also Editor of one of the top conservative blogs of 2012, the Mental Recession.

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