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Good ol’ slow Joe Biden.

To think he may face off with Hillary Clinton for the Presidency in 2016.

Gag….

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share save 120 16 Michael Ramirez: What Are You Smiling at Joe Biden?
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Michael Ramirez asks the question of Vice President Joe Biden: What are you smiling at Joe?

The answer will be delivered on November 6th – without a doubt.

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share save 120 16 Day By Day October 12, 2012   Joker

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Day By Day by Chris Muir

Vice President Joe Biden was quite the JOKER during last night debate with Rep. Paul Ryan. But, what was so funny?

Slow Joe Plagiarizing Biden was rude, arrogant and basically an ASS.

One must not confuse aggression with debate strength and I really don’t think independent and undecided voters were to impressed with this display.

Here is a clip of the Biden laugh machine below:

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share save 120 16 Pre Debate Poll Watch: Ryan and Biden Both With Lackluster Favorability

Vice President Favorability Polling Pre Debate Poll Watch: Ryan and Biden Both With Lackluster Favorability

According to the latest Gallup Poll:

Americans view Vice President Joe Biden and Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan similarly heading into Thursday’s vice presidential debate, with 44% viewing Biden and 43% viewing Ryan favorably. This contrasts with most other vice presidential pairings since 1992 when one candidate had higher favorable ratings than the other in advance of the election’s vice presidential debate.

At 44%, Biden has the lowest pre-debate favorable rating of any Democratic vice presidential candidate of the past six elections. At 43%, Ryan’s favorable score is no better, but he is viewed more positively than Vice President Quayle was in 1992 and roughly on par with Cheney in 2000. Both of those candidates were associated with Republican tickets that lost the popular vote (although, in the case of Bush/Cheney, not the Electoral College).

Al Gore was easily the most popular vice presidential candidate of the last two decades. More than six in 10 Americans viewed him favorably prior to the 1996 and 1992 vice presidential debates, eclipsing both of his opponents’ favorable scores: Jack Kemp’s 51% and Dan Quayle’s 33%. John Edwards was viewed significantly better than Dick Cheney in 2004. Also, Joe Lieberman in 2000 and Sarah Palin in 2008 had slim favorability advantages over their counterparts.

But, does it really make any difference in the Presidential race?

Probably not and history says not so much.

Unless Ryan or Biden has a complete meltdown on stage, I would think that not too much would change in the polls. But, Biden probably has the bigger downside since President Obama performed so poorly in his first debate against Mitt Romney.

Biden and Ryan will take the stage in Danville, Ky., on Thursday about equally well-liked by Americans. Gallup trends suggest that past vice presidential debates have had little to no impact on voter preferences; nevertheless, the current parity between Biden and Ryan theoretically gives them equal opportunity to use the debate to their team’s advantage, something Biden may be particularly focused on given Obama’s subpar performance in the first presidential debate. However, demonstrating that pre-existing views are not determinative, Obama entered that debate with a 55% to 47% advantage over Romney in favorability, and yet, by 72% to 20%, debate viewers said Romney rather than Obama did the better job.

How much vice presidential popularity matters to the outcome of presidential elections is another question. The ticket with the more popular vice presidential candidate at the end of the campaign won in 1992, 1996, and 2008. However, George W. Bush won re-election in 2004, and roughly tied Al Gore in the popular vote in 2000 despite Cheney’s favorability deficits to Edwards and Lieberman, respectively.

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share save 120 16 What One Word Describes Joe Biden? How About Idiot

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The Pew Research Center has the polling.

Asked for their one-word impression of Joe Biden, more people use negative than positive words to describe the vice president. Many of the negative words disparage Biden’s competence and performance, with idiot, incompetent and clown among the terms used most frequently.

Of those offering a word to describe Biden, 38% use negative terms, while 23% give positive words. About four-in-ten (39%) use neutral terms, with vice president among the most common, according to the latest national survey of 1,008 adults by the Pew Research Center and the Washington Post, conducted Aug. 31-Sept. 3, 2012.

You know, I am really surprised that with President Obama in a tight re-election race that he would have not “retired” good ol’ gaffe prone Joe and swapped in someone who could help the party, like Hillary Clinton.

Oh well, Obama is stuck with Biden now.

Paul Ryan will have Joe for lunch during the Vice Presidential debate.

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