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Joe Biden hears cries of baby; vows to save child from inheriting burden of tax cuts if Romney is elected

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By Doug Powers  •  April 12, 2012 11:12 PM

**Written by Doug Powers

This week, Sheriff Joe made a campaign stop and empathized with the pain of an infant who was obviously concerned about the prospect of inheriting the burden of trillions in new spending possible future tax cuts:

“That’s another trillion dollars in tax cuts over the next ten years going to the top 1% of American taxpayers. [baby crying] I don’t blame her for crying. She is going to inherit it. She’s going to pay for it. That’s one smart baby,”

Biden later successfully convinced the baby to stop panicking about her future by instead focusing on things she won’t have to pay for if Obama and Biden are given another four years, such as the continued “spending of money to keep from going bankrupt.”

Personally I think the crying had nothing to do with tax cuts, but rather the baby had just learned that Al Franken is now considered a “leading legal scholar” in our government.

Click the pic to roll the hilarity:

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**Written by Doug Powers

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