History UsefulNotes / JoeBiden

27th Apr '18 12:50:21 AM Sollander
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-->[[UsefulNotes/BarackObama “Wave at]] [[MemeticMutation the people, Joe.“]]
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18th Mar '18 10:39:12 AM Arkasas
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Biden also made two runs for the Presidency, both of which ended very early on. The first campaign for the 1988 election ended in September 1987, when Biden dropped out due to a combination of factors, with the primary incident being a plagiarism scandal where Biden was caught quoting a speech by British Labour Party leader Neil Kinnock during a campaign stop in Iowa[[note]]while Biden had credited Kinnock in other speeches, the one he did not do so in was leaked to the press by John Sasso, campaign manager for rival candidate and eventual 1988 Democratic presidential nominee, Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis. Sassoon resigned under pressure only to return to the Dukakis campaign for the general election[[/note]]; combined with a related controversy over discipline Biden had received for plagiarism in law school led to Biden electing to stay in the Senate[[note]]This was around the time [[UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan President Reagan]] nominated conservative commentator and former Solicitor General Robert Bork - infamous for carrying out the Saturday Night Massacre - to a vacant Supreme Court seat following the retirement of Lewis Powell. Biden, at the time chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, led the fight against Bork, successfully defeating the nomination[[/note]]; though by the time of the early contests in Iowa and New Hampshire, Biden had suffered two brain aneurysms and would not return to the Senate until September 1988, leading to Biden and supporters suggesting that Biden could have died had he been on the campaign trail. Biden actually made it to the Iowa Caucus in 2008, but a poor showing in a crowded field of fellow Senators UsefulNotes/BarackObama of Illinois[[note]]nominee and eventual President[[/note]], UsefulNotes/HillaryRodhamClinton of New York[[note]]former First Lady and 2016 Democratic presidential nominee[[/note]], UsefulNotes/JohnKerry of Massachusetts[[note]]2004 Democratic presidential nominee[[/note]] and John Edwards of North Carolina[[note]]2004 Democratic vice-presidential nominee[[/note]] convinced Biden to drop out after the Caucus.

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Biden also made two runs for the Presidency, both of which ended very early on. The first campaign for the 1988 election ended in September 1987, when Biden dropped out due to a combination of factors, with the primary incident being a plagiarism scandal where Biden was caught quoting a speech by British Labour Party leader Neil Kinnock during a campaign stop in Iowa[[note]]while Biden had credited Kinnock in other speeches, the one he did not do so in was leaked to the press by John Sasso, campaign manager for rival candidate and eventual 1988 Democratic presidential nominee, Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis. Sassoon resigned under pressure only to return to the Dukakis campaign for the general election[[/note]]; combined with a related controversy over discipline Biden had received for plagiarism in law school led to Biden electing to stay in the Senate[[note]]This was around the time [[UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan President Reagan]] nominated conservative commentator and former Solicitor General Robert Bork - infamous for carrying out the Saturday Night Massacre - to a vacant Supreme Court seat following the retirement of Lewis Powell. Biden, at the time chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, led the fight against Bork, successfully defeating the nomination[[/note]]; though by the time of the early contests in Iowa and New Hampshire, Biden had suffered two brain aneurysms and would not return to the Senate until September 1988, leading to Biden and supporters suggesting that Biden could have died had he been on the campaign trail. Biden actually made it to the Iowa Caucus in 2008, but a poor showing in a crowded field of fellow Senators UsefulNotes/BarackObama of Illinois[[note]]nominee and eventual President[[/note]], UsefulNotes/HillaryRodhamClinton of New York[[note]]former First Lady and 2016 Democratic presidential nominee[[/note]], UsefulNotes/JohnKerry of Massachusetts[[note]]2004 Democratic presidential nominee[[/note]] and John Edwards of North Carolina[[note]]2004 Democratic vice-presidential nominee[[/note]] convinced Biden to drop out after the Caucus.
26th Jan '18 12:54:58 PM DevinMeenan
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* HeterosexualLifePartners: Potraying him and President Obama as this was a very popular meme during their time in office together, and in an post-presidency interview Obama gave, he commented that the memes were "basically true."

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* HeterosexualLifePartners: Potraying him and President Obama as this was a very popular meme during their time in office together, and in an a post-presidency interview Obama gave, he commented that the memes were "basically true."
26th Jan '18 11:05:56 AM DevinMeenan
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* HeterosexualLifePartners: Potraying him and President Obama as this was a very popular meme during their time in office together, and in an post-presidency interview Obama gave, he commented that the memes were "basically true."
6th Nov '17 9:50:05 AM dlchen145
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'''Joseph Robinette Biden Jr.''' (November 20, 1942-), or just Joe, was the Vice President of the United States under UsefulNotes/BarackObama. [[LongRunners He is also a former US Senator (Democrat from Delaware) from 1973-2009 (36 years)]]; at the time of his election, he was just barely the minimum age to serve (he turned 30 between the election and his inauguration in January). Served 6 complete 6 year terms, and ran for a seventh while running for VP. [[CaptainObvious He won both]]. He resigned his Senate seat before he and UsefulNotes/BarackObama were sworn in. Also [[{{Mondegreen}} T.I. wants him]].

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'''Joseph Robinette Biden Jr.''' (November (born November 20, 1942-), 1942), or just Joe, was the Vice President of the United States under UsefulNotes/BarackObama. [[LongRunners He is also a former US Senator (Democrat from Delaware) from 1973-2009 (36 years)]]; at the time of his election, he was just barely the minimum age to serve (he turned 30 between the election and his inauguration in January). Served 6 complete 6 year terms, and ran for a seventh while running for VP. [[CaptainObvious He won both]]. He resigned his Senate seat before he and UsefulNotes/BarackObama were sworn in. Also [[{{Mondegreen}} T.I. wants him]].
20th Oct '17 1:47:43 PM Premonition45
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* SadClown: He's got a reputation for being snarky/wisecracking, in spite of enduring so much tragedy in his life.
19th Oct '17 1:51:57 PM Jhonny
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Biden also made two runs for the Presidency, both of which ended very early on. The first campaign for the 1988 election ended in September 1987, when Biden dropped out due to a combination of factors, with the primary incident being a plagiarism scandal where Biden was caught quoting a speech by British Labour Party leader Neil Kinnock during a campaign stop in Iowa[[note]]while Biden had credited Kinnock in other speeches, the one he did not do so in was leaked to the press by John Sasso, campaign manager for rival candidate and eventual 1988 Democratic presidential nominee, Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis. Sassoon resigned under pressure only to return to the Dukakis campaign for the general election[[/note]]; combined with a related controversy over discipline Biden had receivedfor plagiarism in law school led to Biden electing to stay in the Senate[[note]]This was around the time [[UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan President Reagan]] nominated conservative commentator and former Solicitor General Robert Bork - infamous for carrying out the Saturday Night Massacre - to a vacant Supreme Court seat following the retirement of Lewis Powell. Biden, at the time chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, led the fight against Bork, successfully defeating the nomination[[/note]]; though by the time of the early contests in Iowa and New Hampshire, Biden had suffered two brain aneurysms and would not returnto the Senate until September 1988, leading to Biden and supporters suggesting that Biden could have died had he been on the campaign trail. Biden actually made it to the Iowa Caucus in 2008, but a poor showing in a crowded field of fellow Senators UsefulNotes/BarackObama of Illinois[[note]]nominee and eventual President[[/note]], UsefulNotes/HillaryRodhamClinton of New York[[note]]former First Lady and 2016 Democratic presidential nominee[[/note]], UsefulNotes/JohnKerry of Massachusetts[[note]]2004 Democratic presidential nominee[[/note]] and John Edwards of North Carolina[[note]]2004 Democratic vice-presidential nominee[[/note]] convinced Biden to drop out after the Caucus.

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Biden also made two runs for the Presidency, both of which ended very early on. The first campaign for the 1988 election ended in September 1987, when Biden dropped out due to a combination of factors, with the primary incident being a plagiarism scandal where Biden was caught quoting a speech by British Labour Party leader Neil Kinnock during a campaign stop in Iowa[[note]]while Biden had credited Kinnock in other speeches, the one he did not do so in was leaked to the press by John Sasso, campaign manager for rival candidate and eventual 1988 Democratic presidential nominee, Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis. Sassoon resigned under pressure only to return to the Dukakis campaign for the general election[[/note]]; combined with a related controversy over discipline Biden had receivedfor received for plagiarism in law school led to Biden electing to stay in the Senate[[note]]This was around the time [[UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan President Reagan]] nominated conservative commentator and former Solicitor General Robert Bork - infamous for carrying out the Saturday Night Massacre - to a vacant Supreme Court seat following the retirement of Lewis Powell. Biden, at the time chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, led the fight against Bork, successfully defeating the nomination[[/note]]; though by the time of the early contests in Iowa and New Hampshire, Biden had suffered two brain aneurysms and would not returnto return to the Senate until September 1988, leading to Biden and supporters suggesting that Biden could have died had he been on the campaign trail. Biden actually made it to the Iowa Caucus in 2008, but a poor showing in a crowded field of fellow Senators UsefulNotes/BarackObama of Illinois[[note]]nominee and eventual President[[/note]], UsefulNotes/HillaryRodhamClinton of New York[[note]]former First Lady and 2016 Democratic presidential nominee[[/note]], UsefulNotes/JohnKerry of Massachusetts[[note]]2004 Democratic presidential nominee[[/note]] and John Edwards of North Carolina[[note]]2004 Democratic vice-presidential nominee[[/note]] convinced Biden to drop out after the Caucus.



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%%As with all pages about any real life person, please do not add any personal tropes. This list is for his appereances and portrayals in media only.

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%%As with all pages about any real life person, please do not add any personal tropes. This list is for his appereances appearances and portrayals in media only.
9th Oct '17 12:41:00 PM Market43Fan
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Biden also made two runs for the Presidency, both of which ended very early on. The first campaign for the 1988 election ended in September 1987, when Biden dropped out due to a combination of factors, with the primary incident being a plagiarism scandal where Biden was caught quoting a speech by British Labour Party leader Neil Kinnock during a campaign stop in Iowa[[note]]while Biden had credited Kinnock in other speeches, the one he did not do so in was leaked to the press by John Sasso, campaign manager for rival candidate and eventual 1988 Democratic presidential nominee, Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis. Sassoon resigned under pressure only to return to the Dukakis campaign for the general election[[/note]]; combined with a related controversy over discipline Biden had receivedfor plagiarism in law school led to Biden electing to stay in the Senate[[note]]This was around the time [[UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan President Reagan]] nominated conservative commentator and former Solicitor General Robert Bork - infamous for carrying out the Saturday Night Massacre - to a vacant Supreme Court seat following the retirement of Lewis Powell. Biden, at the time chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, led the fight against Bork, successfully defeating the nomination[[/note]]; though by the time of the early contests in Iowa and New Hampshire, Biden had suffered two brain aneurysms and would not returnto the Senate until September 1988, leading to Biden and supporters suggesting that Biden could have died had he been on the campaign trail. Biden actually made it to the Iowa Caucus in 2008, but a poor showing in a crowded field of fellow Senators UsefulNotes/BarackObama of Illinois[[note]]nominee and eventual President[[/note]], UsefulNotes/HillaryRodhamClinton of New York[[note]]former First Lady and 2016 Democratic presidential nominee[[/note]], UsefulNotes/JohnKerry of Massachusetts[[note]]2004 Democratic presidential nominee[[/note]] and John Edwards of North Carolina[[note]]2004 Democratic vice-presidential nominee[[/note]] convinced Biden to drop out after the Caucus.
2nd Sep '17 1:00:18 PM Drcynic24
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** He alternately embraces and chafes at the perception of him, because on one hand it helped him connect with voters (and it did balance out President Obama's reserved nature), but on the other, he has pointed out that he is serious about policy and not just lazing his way through life on his charm.
6th Aug '17 7:32:26 AM Vox
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[[caption-width-right:300:[[Website/TheOnion Diamond Joe]] Biden: been Senator since [[UsefulNotes/BarackObama the President]] was in High School.]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:[[Website/TheOnion Diamond Joe]] Biden: been Senator since [[UsefulNotes/BarackObama the last President]] was in High School.]]
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