Skip to comments.Biden visits Baghdad 'to celebrate progress'
Posted on 01/13/2011 9:09:52 AM PST by Allegra
BAGHDAD (AFP) US Vice President Joe Biden said on Thursday he had come to Baghdad "to help Iraqis celebrate" progress, as he met Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on a surprise visit to the Iraqi capital.
Biden's unannounced tour of world hotspots had previously taken him to Kabul, where he met Afghan President Hamid Karzai, and to Islamabad, where he had talks with top Pakistani officials.
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celebrate progress’, jessduntno wrote:
I hope he is fired at ...
Sorry ... meant to say sarcastically that “I hope he ISN’T fired at in the Green Zone, like his big lie back in the campaign. Please do not send a SWAT team to my house.
What a bunch of BS.
What is it with these politicians making up these wild stories about their visits to conflict areas?
We should call you on your cell phone when his near, so he can hear your ring tone...
I’m trying to think where I would send his ass, if I were Obama. A South Pacific island maybe...
ROFL - and then I could take a pic of him all muddy after hitting the dirt...
The War in Iraq was a total defeat of the US and was illegal. /sarcasm
In addition to the traveling Pig-boy show?
Did Bite Me say he was fired at in the Green Zone?
Gee...look what you missed out on ping.
I've been here seven years (come next week) and was only shot at once...in a vehicle (armored) in central Baghdad.
And there isn't any "might have" when that happens.
Whadda moron he is.
You know Allegra, for all of his stupidity, one has to be rather fond of bungling Biden. He sort of reminds me of Hussain’s chief information officer. What was it we called him? Bagdad Bob?
It’s more fun at home. I’ve re-discovered beer (with alcohol).
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