Gaffetastic Biden at it again - reveals CLASSIFIED information

United States
May 17, 2009 7:00am CST
Anyone who remembers the terror attacks of September 11, 2001 may remember that the government had taken the Vice President to an "undisclosed location" to protect him while the President had to do a lot of public work to reassure a shaken nation. It was a security measure, to keep the VP and President separate and to have the VP under lock and key in a secret place so if anything happened to the President, the chain of command would be intact. Well I guess Joe Biden either thinks we'll never get attacked again or wants the government to spend more money to build a new secret location, since he went and TOLD EVERYBODY where the secret bunker is that is supposed to protect the Vice President in the event of an attack! I say, since he is the one to make public this classified information about something that would insure his own safety, if we are attacked again, he should still have to use that particular bunker - he has forfeited his right to be kept safe in a SECRET location by blabbing about it publicly. Here's the link: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2009/05/17/oops-biden-reveals-location-secret-vp-bunker/ What say you?
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@PrarieStyle (2495)
• United States
18 May 09
No big deal, we're a rich country. They will just have Geithner print up a few billion dollars and build a new bunker. We might as well have Pee Wee Herman for our V.P.
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• United States
18 May 09
I'd actually prefer PeeWee, he'd at least be funny! Probably save money if there were a need to bunker him too, since they could just commandeer an adult movie theater and he'd be happy!
• United States
18 May 09
He would probably flash Pelosi now and then and give her a thrill.
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• United States
17 May 09
Why is that Biden is consistently given a pass on stuff like this? If Anyone else were to say some of the things that he has said they would be severely criticized, but Biden is called "entertaining" And gaffes.
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• United States
17 May 09
The moron stream media only cares if something a CONSERVATIVE says can be used against them - liberals like hemselves who push the leftist agenda ALWAYS get a free pass because the media thinks Americans are stupid.
@Adoniah (7515)
• United States
17 May 09
If there is a true emergency in the U.S., the V.P. is usually put in a safe bunker as he is next in command. The Pres. is also put somewhere safe if he will co-operate. Although a Pres. will not always hide away, opting instead, to stay visible, to assure the people at the risk of his own life. Each person in the chain of command below the V.P. is also protected just in case. Next time maybe Biden should volunteer to be the one to assure the people! Atta boy! Shalom~Adoniah
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• United States
17 May 09
If Biden were left to shoulder the burden of reassuring Americans in a time of crisis, there would probably be mass panic in the streets. Of course, I also have my doubts as to how safe Americans would feel after another attack with the current appeaser in chief at the helm, since he'd likely be apologizing and swearing allegience to our attackers.
@spalladino (17925)
• United States
17 May 09
Next time, if there is a next time, he should have to stay at a series of flea bag motels, for two hours at a time, until receiving the "all clear" for verifying what has been officially denied for years. Back when the V.P. residence was "renovated" there was talk of an undergound bunker being built but the official word, as the article reported, was that the residence was simply undergoing normal renovations. We had a friend stationed there then and he said it was a bunker but the general public...and terrorist organizations...had no confirmation of this. Now they do. Whattablabbermouth!
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• United States
17 May 09
I like your idea, make him stay in a series of "motel hells"! That'll teach him to stop flappin' his yap!
@lelin1123 (15645)
• Puerto Rico
17 May 09
Well I am a surviver of the 9/11 attacks and I just see Biden as such a truthful person that he is an open book and thats his personality. After reading the story about the bunker do you really think you or anyone else for that matter could go to Washington and find the bunker. Come on now people are just to sensitive about this and trying to make Biden look bad. I guess you didn't vote for Biden and Obama.
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• United States
18 May 09
They probably wouldn't let me near any of the DC offices, I'm sure, since the incompetent moron over at DHS has labeled me a domestic terrorist for vocally supporting the United States Constitution, so no, I could not find the bunkers, but I STILL don't think it's a good idea to disclose SECRET classified government information for no particular reason. No, I didn't vote for 0bama and Biden gibbering Joe doesn't need any help from ME to look bad, he does a fine job of it all by himself every time he opens his mouth and inserts his foot, but I guess there are people who will always make an excuse for every blunder he makes.
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• United States
18 May 09
Truthful people don't have to think before they speak? Do you think Nancy Pelosi is truthful too?
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• Netherlands
29 May 09
Being truthful does NOT mean telling all the secrets to anyone you encounter. haha Really now, there is a difference between being truthful and talking too much. Biden- Talks too much. There is a need to keep secrets when in such a position as he. Being an 'open book' to you is a good thing? In a person who has power like that? Maybe truthful in regards to what he stands for, believes in and will strive to accomplish- YES. Security secrets- NO. DUH!
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• United States
20 May 09
Hmmm...if I were to publicly make the same exact statement, with the same assumption that I have access to real information as we assume with Biden, wouldn't I be charged with treason?
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• United States
20 May 09
Yep. Maybe he should be charged.
• Philippines
17 May 09
I this true, how come that they protect the VP and not the President. As far as i know, it's always the president who will be save first. Maybe im wrong with my aasumption. and maybe i dont know the real story. lol
• United States
18 May 09
Nobody can force the President to go into hiding in a national crisis if he chooses to remain visible to reassure the American people. I know seeing Bush on that pile of rubble promising that he could hear us and that the people responsible would hear us made me feel a lot better than seeing VP Cheney would have. I feel it was Bush's best moment, he was strong when we REALLY needed him to be. When the nation is under attack, they will always try to preserve the chain of command, by keeping the VP and President from being in the same place at once for example, so they don't both get killed at the same time. They also protected others in the chain of command like the Speaker of the House at the time.
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@xfahctor (14128)
• Lancaster, New Hampshire
17 May 09
Good goddess ould I love to be a fly on the wall for that meeting, I'm sure Biden is going to be walking out of it with a few new holes to poo from. Joe Joe joe.....lol....keep em comming, the entertainment value is absolutly priceless.
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• United States
17 May 09
Gibbering Joe is never short on words nor long on common sense.