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10/17/2008

CA: Vote 'no,' says Joe

by Jeremy Hooper

200810171136If you had any shred of doubt that Joe Biden, like Barack Obama, opposes Proposition 8, then this should quell your fears. Yesterday, the potential Veep (a) taped an appearance on Ellen, wherein he reportedly speaks out against the cruel California ban, and (b) directly told journalist Karen Ocamb that he is , in fact, opposed:

Joe Biden Expresses Opposition to Prop 8 on 'Ellen' [Towle]

We were always 95% sure; but it's nice to hear it from his lips!

Not to be outdone, we hear Sarah Palin will answer an emphatic "NO!" when asked if she's a PROP meant to secure EIGHT years of Republican executive power.

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Your thoughts

I'm glad he's doing this, but I do worry that this could hurt the presidential campaign.

Posted by: Rainbow Phoenix | Oct 17, 2008 9:02:35 PM

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