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Joe Biden offers House Dems best election-year advice ever!

By Doug Powers  •  January 29, 2016 05:54 AM

**Written by Doug Powers


On occasion, Joe Biden displays so much common sense that even Republicans should have no choice but to get behind him 100 percent:

Vice President Biden is urging House Democrats to own President Obama’s policy achievements as a route back to the lower-chamber majority.

Speaking to a large group of Democrats gathered in Baltimore for their annual issues conference, the vice president called on lawmakers to adopt an aggressive approach, suggesting they have been too timid in trumpeting their legislative values and victories.

“The best way to win is to run on what we’ve done and what we stand for … and then contrast that to what they are for and what they oppose. We don’t do it nearly enough,” he said.

“I am bullish on the possibilities for the House, as well as the Senate, and I really think the key is: Don’t run away from what you’ve done.”

That’s such a great idea!

Under Obama, Democrats have lost 13 Senate seats and 69 House seats in Congress, and the results are even more staggering on a local level. Democrats have lost 12 governorships, including Kentucky last week with the election of Matt Bevin, 30 state legislative chambers and more than 900 state legislative seats.

Dems, please listen to Joe’s advice!

**Written by Doug Powers

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