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Meanwhile.. .@NEAMedia issues statement praising Joe Biden's education policy


Thank You for this, highplains!


"Biden Envy".. Excellent tweet from Brennan!

psycho thinks he's so clever

Hillary had the most Progressive Democratic

Platform ever. Or did you even you read it? So don't try to smear Hillary with your labels, either.

You're acting like the Russians didn't interfere with our elections.

Evidence Russia helped elect trump is staggering.



No "we" know nothing of the kind.

You're just trying to smear him.. but, it's not working.

Joe Biden was President Obama's Vice President for 8 years.. of course he's going to mention him.

President Obama thinks highly of Biden, too.

In A Surprise Send-Off, Obama Awards Biden Presidential Medal Of Freedom


Calling the former longtime Delaware senator "the best vice president America's ever had" and a "lion of American history," Obama gave his White House partner the surprise award in an emotional ceremony, initially billed as a farewell.

After extolling the job that Biden has done, Obama ended it with the unexpected news that he was giving the vice president the nation's highest civilian honor, with distinction — a designation most recently given to President Ronald Reagan, Pope John Paul II and Gen. Colin Powell.

"To know Joe Biden is to know love without pretense, service without self-regard, and to live life fully," Obama said.


Throughout the ceremony it was evident not just how close the two men were but how close their families and staffs had become, and Obama said his "family is honored to call ourselves honorary Bidens."


Transcript of President Obama's speech..

He fought to make college more affordable and revitalized American manufacturing, as the head of our middle-class taskforce. He suited up for Our Cancer Moonshot and giving hope to millions of Americans touched by this disease.

He led our efforts to combat gun violence. And he rooted out any possible misappropriations that might’ve occurred. And as a consequence, the recovery act worked as well as just about any large- scale stimulus project has ever worked in this country. He visited college after college and made friends with Lady Gaga…

Behind the scenes, Joe’s candid honest council has made me a better president and a better commander in chief. From the Situation Room, to our weekly lunches, to our huddles after everybody else has cleared out of the room, he’s been unafraid to give it to me straight, even if we disagree.

In fact, especially, when we disagree. And all of this makes, in my belief, the finest vice president we have ever seen. And I also think he has been a lion of American history.
The best part is, he’s no where close to finished. In the years ahead as a citizen, he will continue to build on that legacy internationally and domestically. He’s got a voice of vision and reason and optimism and love for people and we’re gonna need that — that spirit and that vision as we continue to try to make our world safer and to make sure that everybody’s got a fair shot in this country.


So all told, that’s a pretty remarkable legacy, an amazing career in public service. It is, as Joe once said, “a big deal.”

Much More..

I agree.. it's our first priority! Here's more of

Biden's staff..
Btw.. here's Dan Rather's excellent tweet on the traitor's tweet in Japan.

Sorry buster.. I don't see any

tweets by Biden regarding that. It's not on his twitter page..

Here's one that's prescient and timeless from May 21st, though.

Mahalo for your OP

Oh yes.. Biden is terrified of

engaging with voters.

Or Maybe he has a more personal reason for the way he spends Memorial Day.

Because they're asshole traitor repubs.

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