Biden to Hold Northern Virginia Rally...

Biden to Hold Northern Virginia Rally Today

There are 28 comments on the NBC 4 Washington, DC story from Sep 19, 2008, titled Biden to Hold Northern Virginia Rally Today. In it, NBC 4 Washington, DC reports that:

Virginia will get a taste of the fight for the White House this Friday. Democratic vice presidential nominee Joe Biden and his wife will hold a rally in Sterling.

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Concerned

Woodbridge, VA

#1 Sep 19, 2008
"Biden, 65, was elected Delaware senator in 1972. He serves as chairman of Foreign Relations Committee and is a former chairman of the Judiciary Committee."

I do not EVER want to hear the idiots whining that McCain has been in Washington too long... Biden has been there longer!(I know this is not a new development, but we can't reiterate this enough, especially since the biased media won't do so...)

It's so amusing, when you couple this with the fact that in the same amount of time as Obana, Palin has FAR more executive experience. It doesn't take a genius to figure out that Obama-Biden is a LOSER ticket!
fed up with the mess

United States

#2 Sep 19, 2008
I love the Obama/Biden ticket. They will win in NOV, because they are the best choice for all decent hardworking folks. If you are NOT decent and hardworking then vote for Mccain.
Sunny Day

Chicago, IL

#3 Sep 19, 2008
fed up with the mess wrote:
I love the Obama/Biden ticket. They will win in NOV, because they are the best choice for all decent hardworking folks. If you are NOT decent and hardworking then vote for Mccain.
I am very decent and extremely hard-working, and I believe I have the right to vote for whomever I choose.
Trixie

Richmond, VA

#4 Sep 19, 2008
Concerned wrote:
"Biden, 65, was elected Delaware senator in 1972. He serves as chairman of Foreign Relations Committee and is a former chairman of the Judiciary Committee."
I do not EVER want to hear the idiots whining that McCain has been in Washington too long... Biden has been there longer!(I know this is not a new development, but we can't reiterate this enough, especially since the biased media won't do so...)
It's so amusing, when you couple this with the fact that in the same amount of time as Obana, Palin has FAR more executive experience. It doesn't take a genius to figure out that Obama-Biden is a LOSER ticket!
Also, I have posted the age comparison before, but no one responded. Libs are concerned that McCain is 72, but Biden isn't that far behind and, as the libs say about Sarah, "(S)he is a heartbeat away from being president." Biden is an old codger, too, plus he has been in Washington long enough to have made it better - NOT!
Give It A Rest

Chicago, IL

#5 Sep 19, 2008
Trixie wrote:
<quoted text>Also, I have posted the age comparison before, but no one responded. Libs are concerned that McCain is 72, but Biden isn't that far behind and, as the libs say about Sarah, "(S)he is a heartbeat away from being president." Biden is an old codger, too, plus he has been in Washington long enough to have made it better - NOT!
The people who are playing the age discrimination game against McCain are only doing so because they are not concerned with the issues or anything else about this campaign. They are Obama supports who want him in office because of his race, not because of anything he's ever accomplished or is unlikely to accomplish in the futue.
Trixie

Richmond, VA

#6 Sep 19, 2008
Give It A Rest wrote:
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The people who are playing the age discrimination game against McCain are only doing so because they are not concerned with the issues or anything else about this campaign. They are Obama supports who want him in office because of his race, not because of anything he's ever accomplished or is unlikely to accomplish in the futue.
Yep, I agree wholeheartedly! It is a sad situation, for sure!
vote

Fairfax, VA

#7 Sep 19, 2008
and you want McCain for his race?. It not a race thing because Obama is of both races. And even if it was, what is the problem and what are you trying to say? I has already accomplish far more that you have or ever will. Let see when your name is on the ballot!!!! So obiously there is an accomplishment right there.
Give It A Rest wrote:
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The people who are playing the age discrimination game against McCain are only doing so because they are not concerned with the issues or anything else about this campaign. They are Obama supports who want him in office because of his race, not because of anything he's ever accomplished or is unlikely to accomplish in the futue.
Give It A Rest

Chicago, IL

#8 Sep 19, 2008
vote wrote:
and you want McCain for his race?. It not a race thing because Obama is of both races. And even if it was, what is the problem and what are you trying to say? I has already accomplish far more that you have or ever will. Let see when your name is on the ballot!!!! So obiously there is an accomplishment right there.
<quoted text>
I'm not on these posts to argue with anyone. I have my opinion, you have your opinion. So, if my opinion upsets you, that's too bad. Have a good day.
vote

Fairfax, VA

#9 Sep 19, 2008
you cant upset me, ignorant people that are always quick to use race I enjoy talking too. yes, you have your opinion and your opinion stated only because of his race. I stated a fact and a known fact.
Dont run now!

Give It A Rest wrote:
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I'm not on these posts to argue with anyone. I have my opinion, you have your opinion. So, if my opinion upsets you, that's too bad. Have a good day.
Give It A Rest

Chicago, IL

#10 Sep 19, 2008
vote wrote:
you cant upset me, ignorant people that are always quick to use race I enjoy talking too. yes, you have your opinion and your opinion stated only because of his race. I stated a fact and a known fact.
Dont run now!
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Once again, race is not a factor to me personally. I'm only making a generalized statement about what I HEAR coming from some supporters of Obama, which is that they will vote for him because he is black.

“The enemy is in our camp.”

Since: Mar 08

Location hidden

#11 Sep 19, 2008
You people are confusing me. Now what the hell was the topic!
vote

Fairfax, VA

#12 Sep 19, 2008
yeah right, well you shouldn't repeat everythng you hear. Really if it wasnt a issue for you, you wouldnt of said it. Well just because you heard some say that, that is not how all feels. I'm white and so is the majority of people I see with his bumper sticker. Once people realize no matter what color you are we are all God childrens that He has place here then the world would be a better place. He could be orange and if he can change what Bush has messed up along with other then I would vote for the orange person.

Id
Give It A Rest wrote:
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Once again, race is not a factor to me personally. I'm only making a generalized statement about what I HEAR coming from some supporters of Obama, which is that they will vote for him because he is black.
luv

Fairfax, VA

#13 Sep 19, 2008
Must not take much because I'm not confused! Comments made, Dingbat!
A-Patriot wrote:
You people are confusing me. Now what the hell was the topic!
doozie

Amissville, VA

#14 Sep 19, 2008
8 years ago, when McCain was a viable candidate, before Bush wrecked it with lies, I guess he was what, 64? He might have made a decent president then. 72 is just too old. Sorry if that seems like age discrimination, but we've already had one Alzheimer's victim as president.....

Palin? Good grief, talk about a candidate to nowhere.
Debbie

Arlington, VA

#15 Sep 19, 2008
fed up with the mess wrote:
I love the Obama/Biden ticket. They will win in NOV, because they are the best choice for all decent hardworking folks. If you are NOT decent and hardworking then vote for Mccain.
I agree with you.
Washington DC

Suitland, MD

#16 Sep 19, 2008
700 total reported by nbc4 for Biden
Washington DC

Suitland, MD

#17 Sep 19, 2008
“Remember, no one decides who they’re going to vote for based on the vice president,” Sen. Joe Biden said.“I mean that literally.”
Truthfully so

AOL

#18 Sep 19, 2008
Concerned wrote:
"Biden, 65, was elected Delaware senator in 1972. He serves as chairman of Foreign Relations Committee and is a former chairman of the Judiciary Committee."
I do not EVER want to hear the idiots whining that McCain has been in Washington too long... Biden has been there longer!(I know this is not a new development, but we can't reiterate this enough, especially since the biased media won't do so...)

It's so amusing, when you couple this with the fact that in the same amount of time as Obana, Palin has FAR more executive experience. It doesn't take a genius to figure out that Obama-Biden is a LOSER ticket!
A lot of people hold executive positions; but what do they really do?? Sit at their desks and watch the stock market all day long? McCain/Palin team are a big joke. No substance. Just puppets. And, please note that Sarah pale in comparison to Joe Biden who has real executive experience.
American

United States

#19 Sep 19, 2008
American

United States

#20 Sep 19, 2008
Will he visit crime ridden Sterling Park
with the M 16 Spanish gangsters?

I bet not

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