.40 Cal wrote:Joe Biden is my Senator and, while he has some good ideas and intentions, his mouth usually gets in the way of diplomatic responses which, while that isn't necesarily a bad thing for local politicians, it might be for a President.I know that we assume democrats are against guns, but why wasn't the gun control argument brought up? Isn't this a national issue that needs attention brought to it? What is Joe Biden's position on it?I admit I'm a registered republican, but IfBidenhad a pro gun attitude and was running against Giulliani I'd vote for him. He was the only one there last night that seemed to have a direct response to any question thrown at him.
Like, the one time reporters questioned his religion he said (paraphrased), "The next reporter that doubts my religion will get my rosary beads shoved down their throat."
And he'd made a HUGE gaff with this newsworthy blurb: "In thanking a young Indian-American man for the support of his Indian-American group, Sen. Biden touts how Indians are the fastest growing immigrant group in Delaware and says, "You CANNOT go into a 7-11 or a Dunkin Donuts without an Indian accent."
That being said, DO NOT VOTE FOR JOE BIDEN.
If you hadn't heard about the YouTube debate, a guy asked if he and his 'baby' would be safe with him as president. The guy's 'baby' was something along the lines of an AR-15... Biden responded, "If that's your baby, you need your head examined." (http://youtube.com/watch?v=E9aIb-IplqY)
Lastly, his new Anti-Crime bill reinstates the Clinton Gun Ban: "The Biden Crime Bill provides for a straight-forward reauthorization of the assault weapons ban that became law in 1994." (http://biden.senate.gov/newsroom/det...id=286107&)