Biden admits Obama campaign ad is “terrible”


  1. Good for Joe Biden for being honest.

  2. More like damage control.

  3. Randy in Richmond says:

    Zach W
    Sorry, but his honesty was short lived. When Joe got home he got a talkin’ to by the powers to be and retracted his statement because the ad he labled as “terrible”, he now says he hadn’t seen. Politics as usual.

  4. How easily he’s influenced 😉

  5. Randy in Richmond says:

    Here is Biden trying to put a fired bullet back in the gun.

    “I was asked about an ad I’d never seen, reacting merely to press reports. As I said right then, I knew there was nothing intentionally personal in the criticism of Senator McCain’s views which look backwards not forwards and are out of touch with the new economic challenges we face today. Having now reviewed the ad, it is even more clear to me that given the disgraceful tenor of Senator McCain’s ads and their persistent falsehoods, his campaign is in no position to criticize, especially when they continue to distort Barack’s votes on an issue as personal as keeping kids safe from sexual predators.”
    Keep um coming Joe. By the way, what the heck is “intentionally personal”? If I call you fat is it “intentionally personal”, or just personal?

  6. How sad. You can tell from the video above that Biden thought it was bad. He knew exactly what he was saying. Obama’s people must have really pounced on him.

  7. That’s novel — a VP candidate who TALKS to the press.

  8. Yep. Look where it got him 🙂

  9. A trip to the Obama woodshed.

  10. Randy in Richmond says:

    In her acceptance speech at St Paul, Sarah Palin announced she was not going to Washington to please the press and media. She said she was going to listen to the people and represent them in Washington. That’s what she is now doing. How novel, a vice-presidential candidate “listening” to the people instead of “talking” to the media.