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This is a truly convincing argument for Joe Biden:
I wonder if seven competetive minutes of Sarah Palin could be assembled. (That's not just a rhetorical question.)Update: Here's a grasp at the azure:
Seven minutes of his best gaffes versus those of Palin would be fun.
This is an interesting vid in which Biden is called a Marxist:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BweAFSDT0RE
But Palin doesn't make "gaffes". Biden says things he shouldn't say. Palin doesn't know what she is talking about.(Forgive her for she knows not what she says, as Hugo Chavez suggested.)
Palin knows everything she's saying. She's the smartest of the top four. She's the only one with a philosophy that she's thought out. The others are just stumbling along in the dark with whatever their parents told them as their only guide.
I know this is unfair but ... do you have any basis for saying that? Palin's world view is perhaps so narrow that even she can survey it, but I have seen no evidence of anything I would dignify as a philosophy behind her remarks.What's next? Pentacostal surrealism?
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