Skip to comments.Biden: Cities in China Are Better Than in America (video)
Posted on 06/18/2012 5:44:58 PM PDT by chessplayer
Vice President Joe Biden speaking to the conference of mayors in Orlando says that China has nicer cities than America
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With lib-dem commies running and ruining most of the large & medium cities for the past 40-50 yrs, it’s no wonder they all and function look like Mogadishu.
I can't think of any other explanation for all the stupid stuff he's said over the last few weeks.
More democrats = 3rd world America.
Then move there, you a-hole.
Well, of course they are better off in China because they don't have Joe Biden.
Oh , Joe , the smog in China would make your hair fall out
Every city has bad parts and good parts and you barely able to compare it unbiased.
I like a youtube rant US vs Russian cities on an issue:
Uh, no, Joe’s is stapled in. They didn’t even have to use anesthesia since there was nothing underneath to register the impacts.
Because they don’t have carbon taxes?
Biden, the stopped clock.
So it's about the same as our own concentrated Democrat parasite nests ("cities").
I think we need a campaign theme song for the vice-president’s appearances for the next five months. He’s workin’ that magic...how about
Mr. MoJo Biden,
Jim Morrison on the vocals.
perhaps they don’t tolerate the level of gang violence and inner city crime that we do.
I have a friend who just got back; it was absolutely disgusting. He described how they are conducting some kind of “civility campaign” to stop people from spitting wherever they want; he also described watching someone mopping a restaurant floor then use the same mop on tabletops. It made me want to puke; God willing I will never visit Red China.
Dat Prugs! He funny man!
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