Joe Biden is In the Race: Email the Candidate Your Questions

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I just received an email from Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Joseph Biden that tomorrow he is announcing formally his intention to run for President of the United States.
Here is candidate Biden’s campaign website.
Biden is a powerful ideas guy and gets points from me for being brazen, smart, and ready to dump political correctness. Biden is often intellectually ahead of his colleagues and can be flamboyant (well, I can be too). But lately, he’s really been pulling the pieces together carefully and in a team manner on how to challenge the President’s approach to the Iraq War and broader Middle East challenges.
He has asked the public to email him questions which he hopes to respond to on Thursday. I bet that he and his staff do their darndest given that they need to reach a lot of folks out there fast.
The email address for your questions is: ASKJOE@JOEBIDEN.COM
But here are mine — and they are not soft balls:

Senator Biden, do you think that the invasion of Iraq was justified given what we know today about all of the reasons made for invading?
If you don’t think that this was a just war, where now does the line of American accountability for outcomes in the Middle East end? What kind of war would you as a Democratic president endorse?
What would be the requirements for you to authorize an invasion? How would you approach this responsibility differently than President Bush?

I will email him also and see about posting the response I receive.
It would be a mistake of other contenders to underestimate Biden’s political punch.
— Steve Clemons

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51 comments on “Joe Biden is In the Race: Email the Candidate Your Questions

  1. stew says:

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    Thank you and we hope to see you

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  2. Michael Dixon says:

    Steve,
    I haven’t visited your blog before. Do you ever press the Democrats (or even Republicans) on the oil motive for the war? Or do you let them get away with talking about it in the Bush administration’s embarrassing fairy tale terms of spreading democracy or whatever it is this week?
    It is embarrassing to me to compare our press and their childish, ill-informed questions, compared to the Brits and just about anybody else in the world who knows what we are doing in Iraq.
    Even most Americans know in some inchoate way that this war is about oil despite the careful efforts of the media to not bring it up or call bullshit when the Bushies are pretending it’s about terroris, wmd, or spreading democracy.
    And yet all of our TV media and nearly all of our print media talk about the war exclusively in the terms the Bushies laid down, and whether we are failing or succeeding on those terms: “Can the Iraqis handle democracy?” (as if they are apes that just descended from the trees and no Arabs or Muslims have ever had a democratic government). “Why aren’t the Iraqis standing up to the insurgents?” (as if it were in the Iraqis interests to do so not just the Bushies and their cronies. Would you kill your neighbors on behalf of a foreign occupier who was filling his pockets with loot?) “How will this affect the war on terror?” (if anyone in Washington really believed in the War on Terror, they would have stopped the invasion of Iraq and gone to great lengths to make sure that no Iraqi or anyone else in the region could correctly or even incorrectly see what we did to Iraq’s oil industry as exploitative).

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  3. Michael Dixon says:

    Steve, you were too kind in your questions about Iraq.
    Try these:
    Joe, you are old enough to remember the Cold War, when we stared down an enemy who had as many or more nukes than us. Every nation in the world knows we are the only country that has ever used nuclear weapons, and that we wouldn’t not hesitate to respond with overwhelming force if we were attacked with nuclear weapons by a country or terrorist group. Given that, do you really expect us to believe you thought some third rate, pissant country like Iraq, whose military we destroyed 80% in the first Gulf War and whose airspace we controlled and patrolled could possibly have ever been a threat to us even if he got his hands on a couple of nukes?
    The same question applies to Iran. Even if Iran got their hands on a nuclear weapon, why would they use it on us when they know the response would kill every single living thing in Iran? Do whole nations often commit suicide? Do leaders every undertake a course of action that has zero percent chance of success?
    Joe, why do you and the other Democrats avoid talking about how Iraq’s oil income will be divided between Iraq and the oil companies? Do you understand that this makes it look like you tacitly approve of killing 600,000 people to give Iraq’s oil wealth to American oil companies?
    Joe, will letting our oil companies dictate Iraq’s oil laws with a gun in the Iraqis faces make us more loved or hated in the region? If you don’t care that it makes us more hated, how real is this war on terror?
    Joe, what will big oil give the American people in exchange for the gift of those oil concessions?

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  4. Pissed Off American says:

    Poor Biden. His speechwriters told him to avoid the words “rythym” and “hung”, so how was he supposed to know he would get in trouble for saying “clean”?

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  5. MFA says:

    I just have to say–because Mr. Clemons seems not to be aware–that Joe Biden is an ass. And I would add that Biden is widely, and to my mind correctly, perceived as such.
    By ‘ass’, I mean a buffoon. He reeks of opportunistic hypocrisy. He has a record of slightly blemished mediocrity. His stabs at populism are transparently artificial, and his feints toward elitism aren’t believable. His quivering determination to seek the safety of the establishment line–rather than to set it–makes him more of a pet than a person.
    He is excels only at surviving. He is no leader.

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  6. thehim says:

    I just emailed him this one:
    “As a strong supporter of using mycoherbicides to combat the opium harvest in Afghanistan, which effect do you find most appealing; the hardship it would bring to opium farmers who are forced to grow it to make a living, the devastation that it would bring to farmers who grow legal crops nearby, the support it would bring to Taliban and other anti-US forces in the region, or the inevitable shift of the opium farming to areas not sprayed?”

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  7. Ro TFL says:

    Stevie –
    I find it amazing that in your pique you chose to slam Governor Richardson while giving Biden a pass on his earlier macaca moment, i.e., his Dunkin Donuts comments. In additon you completely ignored other flaws like plagarizing from Neil Kinnock – the type of thing that usually gets you fired if you are an academic.
    From here, all one can see is your desire to frame Governor Richardson within racist and ethnocentric canards — and giving a half-wit like Biden a pass with phrases like “It would be a mistake of other contenders to underestimate Biden’s political punch.”
    Well he’s opened his yap again and out comes the stuff he probably says in private. But then again, you probably don’t find that offensive or even hear it…
    Like other posters have noted — the guy is toast in terms of his run for POTUS. IMHO Steve, you’ve also revealed something about how you see the world and frankly you need to do some serious soul searching.

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  8. Robert Morrow says:

    Liz, listen carefully, RON PAUL supports the repeal of the patriot act and it is a BIG issue to him. Hello, is anyone listening?
    As for me, its not my top issue, but RON PAUL is my top candidate.

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  9. Pissed Off American says:

    “Using British newspapers as sources of the truth is as usful as using Fox news.”
    Posted by Jack Ballard
    Yeah, maybe. But you gotta admit, they are a hell of a lot more credible than these clowns in the White House.

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  10. john o. says:

    Goodbye Joe.

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  11. bAkho says:

    Steve is God. His comment about Biden “dumping PC” was karmic.

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  12. susan says:

    I think Joe just had his macca moment. His presidental aspirations are over.

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  13. db says:

    It would be a mistake of other contenders to underestimate Biden’s political punch.
    You’re not kidding. Why look, he just delivered a right hook to his own jaw and likely knocked himself out of the race.

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  14. Marky says:

    Bucky,
    Of course Biden is a racist, or he deliberately panders to racists. His repeated, bizarre, proud declarations that he is from a former slave state are proof, for example.

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  15. Bucky says:

    I don’t think any serious person could entertain the notion that Biden is a racist–not in the sense of believing in racial superiority or other such rot. But all his wits in dealing with foreign policy won’t make a dram of difference if he keeps on making public statements that show his racial prejudices.
    He wants to present himself as rough and unpolished, but the reality is that his mind is just socially sloppy. We need our Joe Bidens in the Senate. For president I’d like to see someone who had the common sense to see thru Mr Bush’s BS when he started preparing an invasion of Iraq. Senator Biden didn’t.

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  16. Marky says:

    Did Biden announce his withdrawal yet?
    Sadly, I doubt that he will be the last attractive, articulate, mainstream racist to run for President, but one can hope.

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  17. norbizness says:

    Senator Biden: In light of the quote excerpted in the 10:22 a.m. comment, do you want to go ahead and just drop out and save us the bandwidth? And please don’t hold Delaware’s 0.09 electoral votes hostage, I beg of you! Love,

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  18. Frank says:

    I remember seeing on TV Biden answering a reporter’s question as to whether the Israli/Palestinian conflict had anything to do with causing 9/11. He emphatically stated it did not. I was surprised at his answer thinking that the conflict there had to be at least a contributing factor. He appeared to take pains in denying any connection. So much for his assessments on ME diplomacy policy.

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  19. Black says:

    Senator Biden: Most people feel, correctly, that money plays an overwhelming role in who gets elected and how elected officials end up voting. At a practical level, you and your colleagues spend huge amounts of time raising money just to stay in office.
    As a result, the vast majority of people–who have no financial clout, but who are the ones who vote you into office–have no effective voice in Congress. Their concerns about a whole range of issues simply get ignored–they are too busy working and raising families to generate the necessary clout.
    Would you support complete federal funding of national elections as is currently done in other countries?

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  20. Jack Ballard says:

    Here is a question that all of the candidates should be able to answer in an intelligent manner. It is from the man himself in an interview with the New York Observer.
    http://www.observer.com/20070205/20070205_Jason_Horowitz_pageone_newsstory1-2.html
    He is pointing out the short comings of the competition. Just change John to Joe.
    {‘O.K., John’”—here, the word “John” became an accusatory, mocking refrain—“‘what about the chaos that will ensue? Do we have any interest, John, left in the region?’ Well, John will have to answer yes or no. If he says yes, what are they? What are those interests, John? How do you protect those interests, John, if you are completely withdrawn? Are you withdrawn from the region, John? Are you withdrawn from Iraq, John? In what period ?}
    Jack

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  21. Tom_Dubya says:

    “I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy. I mean, that’s a storybook, man.”
    Biden on Obama….
    I’m sure Obama is pleased that Biden finds him clean.

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  22. Jack Ballard says:

    POA,
    Using British newspapers as sources of the truth is as usful as using Fox news. The safe bet is they are supporting some political agenda rather than the truth.
    For an intellegent discussion about the Najaf fight check out Juan Cole’s web site.
    http://www.juancole.com/
    Jack

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  23. trippin says:

    Senator Biden:
    Why should I support a Senator who put Delaware credit card companies before working Americans by voting for draconian bankruptcy legislation?
    Corporations go bankrupt all the time and start with a clean slate. Individuals who may fall on hard times in this cut throat economy — with medical expenses way out of line to services delivered, with a tenuous job market where labor is imported and jobs exported — now have no chance of getting a fresh start. You, Senator Biden, have turned them into indentured servants — you’ve taken away the ability of a court to consider extenuating circumstances.
    Congratulations. I hope you received a bountiful windfall of cash from those usurious credit companies you work for.
    You should be embarrassed to become a Democratic candidate, and until you’ve publicly repented, you can count on people like me riding your ass raw until you set things straight. That’s not a question — that’s a promise.
    Sincerely,
    (signature)

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  24. Pissed Off American says:

    Well well. While the Bidens and the Hillarys bluster and write non-binding resolutions, it appears that the Iraqi army may have “stepped up to the plate” in true Bush/Cheney fashion….
    US ‘victory’ against cult leader was ‘massacre’
    By Patrick Cockburn in Baghdad
    Published: 31 January 2007
    There are growing suspicions in Iraq that the official story of the battle outside Najaf between a messianic Iraqi cult and the Iraqi security forces supported by the US, in which 263 people were killed and 210 wounded, is a fabrication. The heavy casualties may be evidence of an unpremeditated massacre.
    continues at…
    http://news.independent.co.uk/world/middle_east/article2201103.ece

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  25. bcamarda says:

    Dear Senator Biden:
    It is now obvious that the Bush administration is preparing for war with Iran. What, specifically, will you do to prevent this? Or will you continue to just “talk” as events continue to outrun you and a new war becomes a fait accompli?

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  26. Marcia says:

    I have nothing I want to ask Senator Biden. We have been listening to all his answers every Sunday morning for years.

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  27. Aunt Deb says:

    As a constituent of Senator Biden’s, I have to say I would never vote for this man for president and it’s become increasingly hard to vote for him for senator. His position on Iraq was wrong. I have no idea what his position on Iran might be. He has failed to stand up for decoupling Israeli and American interests and policy. He has failed to confront the malign influence of corporate lobbyists on environmental and financial regulation. And last but not least in terms of local politics, he refused to stand up with the Democratic contender who ran in 2006 against Mike Castle. Biden is part of the old-boy network and as such, is too complicit to be genuinely capable of carrying out the profound legislative and policy reforms we so desperately need.

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  28. liz says:

    I vote in South Carolina. I have been approached by not a single campaign at this point. I emailed the Senator a question but think every contender should answer this question too… Can we have the Constitution back and repeal all of this Bush America stuff. It simply does not work. People are pissed off and mad and angry throughout the world now…. so can we go back to being America, land of the free now? Does any Democratic or Republican candidate support repeal of the Patriot Act or are they going to allow Bush to steal what was formerly America?

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  29. Hans Suter says:

    That’s the question I’ve sent:Senator Biden, is it ok to subsidize big American Companies’ cotton growing at the expense of small African cotton farmers ?

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  30. daCascadian says:

    ROFLMAO
    When I stop laughing at this absurd behavior I might be able to think up a couple of questions as to why on earth you (Steve) have the GALL to suggest this Biden carbon unit has any chance of getting anywhere near the White House except as an invited guest.
    WAKE UP CLEMONS, YOU ARE OUT OF TOUCH WITH REALITY
    Biden is part of THE PROBLEM & NOT the solution.
    Jeez, what is it with you folks that live back there ?
    You are all looney as hell.
    “…It is in the religion of ignorance that tyranny begins…” – Benjamin Franklin

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  31. Pissed Off American says:

    “Does this mean that the softball questions are reserved for Hillary Clinton? And is the thrill gone for Steve now that a second Presidential candidate is responding to his questions?”
    Posted by Zathras
    Biden hasn’t responded yet. Don’t count the bloviations before they spew.
    Ya gotta love it, doncha? Golly gumbo, Joe’s a gonna come clean on the ‘ol internet! Step right up folks, Joe is typing his way to the Presidency!
    “Hey Joe, you gonna hold these lyin’ bastards, Bush/Cheney, accountable? Or are you just gonna vote yourself another pay raise?”

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  32. Zathras says:

    Does this mean that the softball questions are reserved for Hillary Clinton? And is the thrill gone for Steve now that a second Presidential candidate is responding to his questions?

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  33. Marky says:

    LOL.
    The last sentence of your post was the funniest thing I have read in years, Steve.
    Richard Nixon, dead, has more chance of being elected in 2008 than Joe Biden in any year.
    That said, he can be an effective Senator.

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  34. TonyForesta says:

    Based on the Bush governments festering litany of abuses, deceptions, failures, derelictions of duty, rampant cronyism, financial malfeasance and perfidy, and wanton profiteering, – how is it possible, upon what grounds, and why is impeachment off the table?

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  35. Easy E says:

    Steve, the United States today is the world’s greatest threat to peace. Something has happened to this country in the last fifty years that would take me too long to expound on. Your influence with the inside-the-beltway power structure and think tanks is hopefully a positive one. This country could benefit from some sort of moral atonement. One way might be through the establishment of a Department of Peace:
    http://www.departmentofpeace.info/
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Department_of_Peace
    Coincidentally, something that Kucinich espouses.

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  36. ET says:

    (1) I would ask Senator Biden what he is doing to move impeachment forward, given that he is sworn to uphold and defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic.
    (2) I would ask Senator Biden how long it will take him to write a line item into the tax form, so that I, a conscientious objector American taxpayer, may designate that $0 of my tax payment may be used for wars of aggression.
    (3)I want him to put spaces on the tax forms for me to redirect my funds to specific domestic and international humanitarian efforts.
    (4) I would like to delay my tax payment until he provides me the forms I need, or I could order a $12 rubber stamp be made up and adjust my own 1040 form accordingly.
    (5) Also, may I mail my tax form, adjusted thusly, to my Senator, instead of the IRS, until, we Americans (the People) are able to be heard by our paid representatives. (Like a TAXPAC)?
    I would like Senator Biden to respond to me here at TWN, so that all of us may benefit by his timely answer. Tax season is upon us and we need to know how to file our conscientious objector taxpayer forms. Thank you so much.
    ET

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  37. Pissed Off American says:

    What’s the probLem with my comment? I agree with Steve, the Syrian ambassador should attend the meeting. My implying that AIPAC’s dark influence in politics may have had a hand in preventing this diplomatic act, a rare act of diplomacy in Waahington if done, seems to have offended this blog.
    Posted by Frank
    Prob’ly not. Try reposting it.

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  38. Easy E says:

    Biden may presently have a few good ideas, but he?s part of the inside-the-beltway old guard that got us here. We need a complete paradigm shift in re-directing this country down the right path. Jim Webb and Dennis Kucinich are glimmers of hope, but our institutionalized power structure and complicit media (including TWN) will prevent new ideas from gaining any traction. The neocon criminals, along with our comatose political establishment, will continue to take us down the path of destruction. Just look at what?s looms ahead????
    Bush Spoiling for a fight with Iran
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/worldbriefing/story/0,,2002232,00.html
    CNN ‘Breaking News’ bulletin: AIPAC operative Wolf Blitzer’s ‘Situation Room’ program trying to link the Karbala attack on the five US soldiers to Iran:
    http://www.itszone.co.uk/zone0/viewtopic.php?t=67225
    Iran involvement suspected in Karbala compound attack
    http://www.cnn.com/2007/WORLD/meast/01/30/iraq.main/index.html
    Chavez a threat to democracy, US intelligence chief says
    http://rawstory.com/news/2006/Chavez_a_threat_to_democracy_US_int_01302007.html
    Here We Go Again – Pentagon leaks ‘proof positive’ against Iran
    http://www.wakeupfromyourslumber.com/node/536

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  39. Ed says:

    4. Have you ever used hair plugs?

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  40. Frank says:

    What’s the probLem with my comment? I agree with Steve, the Syrian ambassador should attend the meeting. My implying that AIPAC’s dark influence in politics may have had a hand in preventing this diplomatic act, a rare act of diplomacy in Waahington if done, seems to have offended this blog.

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  41. Ed says:

    er, in 2. above “present” = “President”

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  42. Ed says:

    Questions for Biden:
    1. Do you really think there’s a chance in hell I’d ever vote for you after the Bankruptcy Bill, the shameless grovelling, the pandering, and blowhard preening, you vacuous narcissist?
    2. In your heart of hearts, do you really think you will ever be present?
    3. Do you believe that the American People really want to see you appear on the Sunday Talk Shows as often as you do?

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  43. Carroll says:

    Here’s my question to Biden. Explain this Biden:
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    “US Democrat justifies Israeli action against Lebanon
    Washington, Aug 02: A top Democratic lawmaker in the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee has justified Israel`s military offensive against Lebanon saying Tel Aviv`s objective was not to occupy Lebanese territory but to neutralise Hezbollah before an UN-imposed ceasefire comes into effect.
    “They (Israelis) just want to make sure that, when, in fact, they pull back on the other side of the border, Hezbollah is not back in the game again, shelling them and indiscriminately bombing their cities, and killing their people,” Senator Joseph Biden said during a TV interview. Biden`s statement comes amidst strong criticism of the Israeli action against Lebanon by moderate political groups in the US, including republicans.”
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    Explain to my children their country defending the shelling and bombing of civilians and Lebanon’s infastructure and creating the largest oil slick in the ME…explain their country shipping bombs to Israel when they littered Lebanon’s civilian countryside with hundred’s of thousands of cluster bombs that are still killing civilians and children today…explain the United State of America ignoring the very international laws they helped create.
    Explain to them how you can’t up hold AMERICAN principles because you are nothing but another political whore for sale to Israel, AIPAC or any other group that will fill your coffers.
    Go ahead Joe, explain it, I want my children to learn to recongize what a pond scum, immoral traitor and liar sounds like so they can help rid this country of your kind. I want them to remember what you and your kind did to their country long after you are gone.

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  44. Easy E says:

    Biden presently has a few sensible positions, but he’s still part of the inside-the-beltway-old guard that got us here. We need a complete paradigm shift in solving the dilemma the neocon criminals, along with the old guard political establishment, have gotten us into. Jim Webb, Dennis Kucinich, etc., are glimmers of hope but our institutionalized power structure (including TWN) will prevent them from gaining any traction with the U.S. citizenry. Just look at the mess we’re in and will continue to be in with our status quo system:
    Bush Spoiling for a fight with Iran
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/worldbriefing/story/0,,2002232,00.html
    CNN ‘Breaking News’ bulletin: AIPAC operative Wolf Blitzer’s ‘Situation Room’ program trying to link the Karbala attack on the five US soldiers to Iran:
    http://www.itszone.co.uk/zone0/viewtopic.php?t=67225
    Chavez a threat to democracy, US intelligence chief says
    http://rawstory.com/news/2006/Chavez_a_threat_to_democracy_US_int_01302007.html
    Here We Go Again – Pentagon leaks ‘proof positive’ against Iran
    http://www.wakeupfromyourslumber.com/node/536

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  45. Pissed Off American says:

    This cracks me up, What a load of horseshit this is. Does anyone seriously entertain the notion that any question whose answer might be harmful to Biden’s political ambitions is going to get aired online? Give me a break Steve, you don’t really buy into this crap, do you? Golly Steve, maybe we oughta ask him something really tough, like “Gee willickers, Joe, do ya think ya might make a dandy President?”. One thing is for sure, I doubt he will answer my “Why the hell isn’t this lying bastard Bush being chicken walked out of the White House in leg irons by you cowards in Congress?” question.
    Steve, why are you ignoring Kucinich?

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  46. Polyblog says:

    I haven’t been able to access his site to ask this question myself:
    How will he rally his fellow senators to keep Bush from invading Iran?

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  47. sniflheim says:

    How about this: Could you please confine your campaign to the “slave states”?

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  48. Chris Brown says:

    Of course Biden is not above hyperbolic pandering in an attempt to gain support in South Carolina.
    According to the Associated Press, amongst other inflammatory things, he told the Rotarians that illegal drugs are “coming up through corrupt Mexico”and that “People are driving across that border with tons, tons — hear me — tons of everything from byproducts for methamphetamines, to cocaine, to heroine.”
    Just about now I don’t think any congressperson has any standing to criticize corruption in other countries. The difference between corruption in the Mexican and USA governments is the congress has, in many case, legalized graft.
    Please, please, please Jim Webb run for president.
    Webb is one of very few congresspersons, including Kucinich, to seriously discuss economic injustice, going far beyond the vacuous rhetoric of Talking Hairdo Edwards.
    Clinton demonstrated what a pathetic panderer she is when she cosponsored the flag burning prohibition, which the Supreme Court had already invalidated.
    The DLC candidates, including Clinton, have hooked their wagons to a dying horse. Good riddance.
    As for Obama, I’m withholding my judgement.

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  49. eCAHNomics says:

    My question: Can your answer every question in 25 words or less?

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  50. Piehole says:

    Biden’s “political punch”? Please. And all of your questions, Steve, revolve around the Iraq war. This nation and this world are in the fin de siecle in terms of impending environmental catastrophes and resource wars, and you’re interesting in futsy procedural notes about how best to start a regional war? Jeebus.
    Universal health care? Civil liberties? Repealing the encroaching practice of the unitary executive? Anybody? Bueller?
    Think broader and deeper … much broader and deeper.

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  51. Matthew says:

    I have two questions for Joe Biden: (1) Are you still praising the IRA or is that so pre-9/11; and (2) Will your announcement include fun facts about growing up a Welsh coal miner’s son and the difficulty of being Neil Kinnock?

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