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This Biden interview that Drudge is flagging is a joke. Yes, Biden is a blowhard with logorrhea and an ego the size of the federal debt. But seriously. I mean: if punitive taxation is Marxist, then Ronald Reagan was a Marxist and Adam Smith was a little suspect:

I'm with A.L.:

The right wing blogs are all worked into a lather over an interview Joe Biden did recently with WFTV, a local television station in Orlando.  They seem to think Biden somehow embarrassed himself or got rattled during the interview.  The fact that they think that is further evidence of the rapidly widening gulf between the reality most of us inhabit and the alternate universe where most right wing bloggers now reside.

In the interview, Biden never loses his composure, despite being bombarded with questions that were so ridiculously loaded and counterfactual that Sean Hannity would have been embarrassed to ask them.

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