Thursday, August 28, 2008
Joe Biden accepts the Democratic Party's nomination for VP
The great thing abut Biden is that when he gives a speech, he can break things down with specificity--he addresses what specific things Obama has done and expects to do, and here's the best thing about Obama's pick of Biden for his running mate:
Some people speculated that this choice was to shore up a perceived weakness in Obama's foreign policy experience. Oh, no. Biden will reveal the weakness in McCain's foreign policy outlook.