Skip to comments.Photo: Romney, Ryan, and Biden's Planes Meet on the Cleveland Tarmac
Posted on 11/06/2012 9:42:44 AM PST by kristinn
In election 2012, all flight patterns lead to Ohio.
Even with just hours left before the polls close, the campaigns aren't missing a chance to drum up a few last votes in Ohio. Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan were both scheduled to be in Cleveland for an Election Day rally today, and Joe Biden added to the fun by making an unannounced visit. The result: tarmac hell. CNN's Rachel Streitfeld tweeted this picture, showing all three men's planes at Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport (Air Force Two is the one in the background):
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$10 says Biden gets on the wrong one.
I look forward to watching Joe selling closeout jewelry on late night TV for many years to come.
Enjoy the ride will it lasts, Plugs
“$10 says Biden gets on the wrong one.”
That’s what the Secret Service is for. Unless of course the RR campaign introduces them to Columbian hookers on the tarmac.
That happens, all bets are off.
I can’t take that bet. Thanks for the chuckle.
Which planes cost less to operate? Enjoy your last rally, Slow Joe.
The Secret Service must’ve been going nuts!
As for me; I would LOVE to hear this line on syndicated television in the near future: “Peter; I’ll take Barack Obama to block.”
I hope Ole Joe wasn't hurt.
Does Biden even know what a plane is? Does Biden even know what state he is in? Enquiring minds what to know!
Thanks for a good laugh on a rather tense day.
In the photo our plane is ahead;)
“It’s good to be here in Iowa.”
$10 says he won’t know it until it takes off.........
Sure hope Joe had the pizzas there in 20 minutes or less. The training period can be a beeeatch especially when you use a jet for delivery.
That was funny!
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