Biden clumsily plays the race card

Speaking as accurately as he did about President Franklin D. Roosevelt going on television to reassure Americans after the stock market crash of 1929, Democratic vice presidential nominee Senator Joseph Biden (DE, although he suddenly discovered his Pennsylvania working class roots) authoritatively stated
"Undecided people are having a difficult time just culturally making the change, making the move for the first African American president in the history of the United States of America," the Democratic vice-presidential nominee said at a San Francisco fundraiser Saturday evening. "So we need to respond. We need to respond at the moment, immediately, not wait, not hang around, not assume any of this won't stick."

"You see these vicious attacks on Barack's character," Biden told supporters. "I mean, this is dangerous stuff these guys are doing. This stuff is on the edge. It's on the edge. You know, there's some folks out there in the community nationwide that aren't as stable as others. It's a very small minority. But having these rallies where people are showing up saying, you know, the things they're saying - I don't even want to repeat them -- it's not a healthy thing."

But then Biden unhealthily repeated these things:

Biden cited automated GOP calls describing Obama as having "worked closely" with "domestic terrorist Bill Ayers", Virginia Republican Party chairman Jeff Frederick telling volunteers to tie Obama to Osama bin Laden, and speakers at Republican rallies referring to Barack Hussein Obama.

OMG!  Imagine the Republicans stating something as racist as the, as the...truth!  Yeah, Biden the plagiarizer would have a hard time with that.  And so to compensate he enumerated his street non racist cred to prove he's not a racist.

I got started in the civil rights movement as a young kid in a state that had been segregated by law with the eighth largest black population in America, as a percent of population," Biden said. "And I never thought, but I prayed I'd live to see the day, when -- and I never thought I could be part of it - a part of seeing to it that we for the first and significant, fundamentally significant way, put a lot of that past behind us and began to unite the nation."

Aw-w-w.  But Biden neglected to mention what originally impressed him about Obama--he's "clean and articulate"--just the experience needed for a person to be president.