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    Posted May 11, 2012 by
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    Replace Biden with Mrs Clinton.

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     Obamicaan says he believes President Obama did not have to come out with his views on same-sex marriage in the manner in which he did. 'The fact is the gay community cannot deliver the Presidency in 2012. There are more people across the political spectrum who are against gay marriage and he needs every inch in this election to win,' he says. 'So why alienate the majority for the minority?' he asks. He says Vice President Biden is not helping Obama's chances at reelection. He questions Biden's value in the upcoming election and believes Hilary Clinton would be a more strategic vice presidential pick.
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    Vise President Joe Biden opened his big mouth once too often and again put the President on the spot. It is time for Joe Biden to retire. Thank you for your service to the country. Mrs Clinton wants to run in 2016. Why not give her a running start for the Presidency by allowing her to serve as your Vise President for the next four years. She will boost the 2012 campaign, excite the women's vote, and add much needed value to the 2012 ticket. You need every advantage you can get in 2012 Mr President, Biden has become a liability and provided you the perfect opening to make the change.  Please concider it Mr President.

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