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First Gaffe of Obama-Biden '08: "Let Me Introduce to You the Next President..."
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Obama gets to the climax of his introduction of Biden and says…

“Let me introduce to you, the next president — vice president — of the United States…”


Not ready for prime time.

From the McCain camp:

“Barack Obama sounded as though he turned over the top spot on the ticket today to his new mentor, when he introduced Joe Biden as the next president. The reality is that nothing has changed since Joe Biden first made his assessment that Barack Obama is not ready to lead. He wasn’t ready then and he isn’t ready now.”


Biden jokes about McCain’s “seven kitchen tables.”

Hey, good luck on that 57-state campaign trail, Joe.

Biden: When you look at how Obama handles challenges, “you learn a lot about the strength of his mind.”


Biden accuses McCain of “yielding to Swift Boat politics.”

3:38pm Eastern. The Mouth is still going…This may be our last chance…to restore America’s soul!

Biden ends, finally: “God bless America and may he protect our troops.”

With Obama-Biden in office, they’ll need all the blessings they can get.

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• Category: Ideology • Tags: Barack Obama