Since We’re going After the Families of Candidates…

Author’s note: I’m not used to this system, and I’m still getting comfortable with the WordPress administration interface.  So, this being posted on it’s own page was a screw-up.  This is an older post that I’m moving to the correct spot.  Many apologies.

I thought I’d bring up this little tidbit about Joe Biden’s daughter, Ashley, in the LA Times:

Sen. Biden’s Daughter Arrested in Altercation

August 04, 2002

The daughter of Sen. Joseph R. Biden Jr. (D-Del.) was arrested on a misdemeanor charge of obstructing a police officer outside a Chicago bar.

Ashley Blazer Biden, 21, of Wilmington, Del., was with a group of people on a North Side street where several bars are located when someone else threw a bottle at an officer, police said.

When police tried to arrest another person, Biden blocked the officer’s path and made intimidating statements, officer JoAnn Taylor said.

Biden was later released and is scheduled to appear in court Sept. 20.

Sen. Biden’s spokeswoman, Margaret Aitken, declined to comment, calling it a private, family matter.

Yes.  We all know “private family matters” only apply to Democrats, not Republicans.

There are also many unexplained answers as to how Robert Hunter Biden went from being college graduate employee, to the position of Senior Vice-President of the same company in the span of two years.  I’m sure sugardaddy Joe had nothing to do with this.  No sirrrreeee…

Gee, I wonder what other things about Joe Biden and his family are sitting out there, waiting to be revealed…?

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