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Joe Biden Competes on ‘Are You a Better Bush-Blamer Than a 5th Grader?’

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By Doug Powers  •  October 6, 2011 04:08 PM

**Written by Doug Powers

Vice President Joe Biden spent some time in Florida talking to a class of 5th graders about the economy and his favorite three-letter word, jobs. In his discussion about the troubled economy, do you think Biden was forced to admit to the kids that the stimulus was a waste of a huge amount of money, “we have to spend money to keep from going bankrupt” is a ridiculous theory, “green jobs” is a disaster, and that trillions have been charged to their generation and beyond on the Sheriff’s watch alone?

Nah, he just blamed Bush:

“Because things got really bad before we came into office and an awful lot of companies said ‘there’s no more jobs for you here.'”

Is that the same Biden who just last week took ownership of the economy on behalf of the administration? Maybe he got a talking to (and if so he might get another one for this):

**Written by Doug Powers

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