DENVER (CNN) - In cyberspace, Joe Biden’s presidential campaign once had its own Web address where the Delaware senator made his own case for why he should be the Democratic nominee.
Type in Biden’s Web address now, and Barack Obama’s presidential campaign Web site appears, featuring a request for visitors to "Take a minute to share a personal note welcoming Joe to our movement for change.”
Of course, in return for that personal note, well-wishers are greeted with a slightly less personal appeal for campaign cash.
This is one politician (Joe Biden) I have much respect for, he's well spoken and family oriented. I think this ticket is the prefect ticket to bring American together and once again be respected throughout the world stage.
Ever see the movie The Blob? Obama's campaign is a lot like that movie. The blob rolled over everything in it's path and absorbed it.
And this means what?
Doesn't it sort of makes sense to link to Obama's Wed page?
"Take a minute to share a personal note welcoming Joe to our movement for change.”
A "movement for change".
Now this is a joke.
On the one hand you have Obama who is a rookie senator and who has voted straight down party lines when he hasn't voted "present". How is that change???
On the other hand you have Biden who is about as entrenched into Washington politics as it gets. Again, how is that change????
Obama is NOT going to change how Washington works. Bush will be gone and he will be replaced by somebody worse.
That shows a great attention to detail in running a campaign. Which shows that they are intelligent and see the big picture. Which may be what we need for the country at this point when everything is such a mess.
Senator Barrack Obama choosing Senator Joe Biden is a wise choice considering the positive attributes he brings to the ticket in November. Ofcourse the Republicans will use their negative machinery of disinformation to spine all the trash from their department of dirty activities to focus on non issues as usual. God Bless the USA and may the two BARRACK AND JOE WIN THE NOVEMBER POLLS.