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Joe Biden In 2016?




If “Republican” presidential nominee Mitt Romney is defeated this Election Day, there will be a silver lining … Joe Biden.

The bellicose gaffe-master hinted this week that he plans on following U.S. President Barack Obama into the White House in the event the Democratic ticket is given four more years in office.  Voting in Delaware on Election Day, the soon-to-be septuagenarian (Biden turns 70 later this month) told reporters that this wouldn’t be the last time he pulled the lever for his own name.

“No, I don’t think so,” the two-time presidential candidate said.

Biden previously hinted on a conference call about health insurance rates that he would be the Democratic nominee in four years.

“After it’s all over, when your insurance rates go down, then you’ll vote for me in 2016,” he said on the call.

If Biden were to run and win in 2016 – which we’re going to go ahead and label a highly unlikely scenario – he would be the oldest man ever to assume the presidency.