Biden On Lieberman: Punting The Question: What's Up With 7/11?

King asked Biden and Reed if Lieberman was really a loyal Democrat. He put Biden's Presidential aspirations on the line. [media id=15650] -WMP [medi

TSR-Biden-Lieberman.jpg King asked Biden and Reed if Lieberman was really a loyal Democrat. He put Biden's Presidential aspirations on the line.

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King: Would a loyal Democrat say I'm a loyal Democrat unless someone challenges me--somebody dares to challenge me under the rules of the party and the rules of my state and if I lose I want an insurance policy, is that a loyal?

Biden: Joe Lieberman is a loyal Democrat in my view. Joe Lieberman, I think will win the primary. We're worry about what happens after that point.

That is the point of the question. Will he support Lieberman if he bolts the party if he loses the primary? Jack Reed also wouldn't touch the subject either. We all know they will be supporting Joe in the primary and there's nothing wrong with that as long as they support the actual Democratic winner.

King: I think we call that punting the big question down the road.

King on this comment Biden made about the Indian community: What were you thinking?

Biden: Well what I was thinking was they took out of context the whole of what I said....

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He believes that his comments only reflected the Indian community was growing. He does have Michelle Malkin as a new supporter now. I guess they never heard any of the derogatory jokes directed towards minorites owning 7/11's or Dunkin Donuts. These Republicans sure like Democrats all of a sudden.


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