(CNN) – Vice President Joe Biden will travel to Latin America later this month, according to White House statement released Friday.
Biden will head south of the border March 27-30, arriving in Chile and Costa Rica to meet with Latin American leaders to discuss the Summit of the Americas - a meeting between heads of state and government taking place April in Trinidad and Tobago.
The vice president will also attend the Progressive Governance conference in Chile, along with the presidents of Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Uruguay, and the Prime Ministers of Norway and the United Kingdom.
Do us a favor a stay there.
Stay gone Joe.
Michael, an expected and I might add sophmoric Bush bash. Typical lib, a lot of words that say nothing backed by no facts. You uphold the finest liberal traditions.
Bring Obama with you and don't come back!
Is Joe looking for a Indian guy that sells coffee?
On your way back thru Mexico, think maybe you could shut the door behind you?
Oh, and check the lock if you would please. Thanks
Hopefully he will stay down there – permanently. But I am sure he will come back and butcher spanish just like he does english.
You Republibabies sure are bitter huh? I would be too knowing my pathetic party is fracturing and out of power possibly for good. Oh well, keep floundering in your hilarious irrelevance.