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    Obama's choice of Biden as VP candidate


    Obama's choice of Senator Joe Biden as his Vice Presidential running is the one crucial decision that moves him closer to winning the elections in November. Joe Biden, a seasoned foreign policy expert with so many years in the senate, more than makes up for the "perceived" lack of experience in foreign policy that has docked Senator Obama as a presidential candidate and made McCain competitive thus far in the race. The choice will allay the fears of floating voters who are leaning toward voting Obama in November but have concerns over his limited foreign policy experience. The selection of Joe Biden will send shock down the spine of the McCain team which is making foreign policy the center piece of its campaign. Also, Biden's selection enhances Obama's chances of winning in PA and doing well with blue color voters.

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