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    Re: Is Biden too touchy feely?

    Quote Originally Posted by soot View Post
    I'll tell you what dude.

    If I ever make friends with your wife I'm going to treat her the same way I treat all of my other female friends.

    Understand that I am not rude or lascivious in any way to my friends, but as I alluded to above I certainly accept a great deal more personal contact among friends, even friends of the opposite sex, and even married friends of the opposite sex, than you do.

    And if you feel froggy you go right ahead and leap.

    I like fistfights almost as much as I like women, so no hair off of my ass.

    If you're friends with my wife and you hug her goodbye at the end of a BBQ, or if you kiss her on the cheek when the two of you meet, or if you dance with her at a formal event, or if you whisper in her ear when I'm being appointed to an office of the federal executive branch, I'm just fine with that.

    Those are just things that emotionality stable men who are secure with themselves and in their sexual relationships don't get rattled about.

    If those things scare you, and you feel like to need to lash out in order to establish dominance over your wife and the men around her, then get to it.

    Some of us don't really fear you.
    What does one of your wife's friends kissing her goodbye at the end of a BBQ have to do with this story?
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    Re: Is Biden too touchy feely?

    Quote Originally Posted by CRUE CAB View Post
    Photo op, showing solidarity. That's one thing. Hanging on my wife while I give what is my acceptance speech is another.
    I guess manners is just plain out the window all the way to the white house now.
    Crue...expecting manners in an administration where the president pawed her highness, Queen Elizabeth II in spite of the hard and fast protocol that NO ONE, touches her in public beyond "decent displays of affection".

    This is the guy who thought his lame toast more important that the ****ing national anthem played in her presence!

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    Re: Is Biden too touchy feely?

    Quote Originally Posted by US Conservative View Post
    Theres nothing creepy about old man Joe.

    I can feel that girls pain. That's how I get when people get in my space like that, especially a man who isn't my husband.
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    Re: Is Biden too touchy feely?

    Quote Originally Posted by iguanaman View Post
    So was this.
    Wouldn't you agree?




    I find that very creepy. The best way to avoid situations like that is for everyone to keep their hands off of other people in most situations.

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    Re: Is Biden too touchy feely?

    Quote Originally Posted by tres borrachos View Post
    What does one of your wife's friends kissing her goodbye at the end of a BBQ have to do with this story?
    Cause I guess if you don't allow you wife to be kissed, danced or touched by your friends you're a crazy jealous insecure wreak and Joe Biden should be allowed to do it?
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    Re: Is Biden too touchy feely?

    Quote Originally Posted by tres borrachos View Post
    Why are you saying that Ash Carter had his arm around Jill Biden? And where is a picture of this event? The Bidens and Carters aren't social friends, unless there is some evidence to the contrary that you've seen.
    How do you know they aren't social friends? From what I have read and seen, they are. And if that isn't Ash Carter, who is that with his arm around Jill Biden in Post #14?
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    Re: Is Biden too touchy feely?

    Quote Originally Posted by soot View Post
    I'll tell you what dude.

    If I ever make friends with your wife I'm going to treat her the same way I treat all of my other female friends.

    Understand that I am not rude or lascivious in any way to my friends, but as I alluded to above I certainly accept a great deal more personal contact among friends, even friends of the opposite sex, and even married friends of the opposite sex, than you do.

    And if you feel froggy you go right ahead and leap.

    I like fistfights almost as much as I like women, so no hair off of my ass.

    If you're friends with my wife and you hug her goodbye at the end of a BBQ, or if you kiss her on the cheek when the two of you meet, or if you dance with her at a formal event, or if you whisper in her ear when I'm being appointed to an office of the federal executive branch, I'm just fine with that.

    Those are just things that emotionality stable men who are secure with themselves and in their sexual relationships don't get rattled about.

    If those things scare you, and you feel like to need to lash out in order to establish dominance over your wife and the men around her, then get to it.

    Some of us don't really fear you.
    Hey bad man. Are Biden and Carters wife "friends"? Yea, don't look like it. IF we were friends that's one thing. But be a stranger and touch her. You are going to the floor. Counting how many teeth you have left.
    See, I can be a internet bad boy too.

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    Re: Is Biden too touchy feely?

    Quote Originally Posted by AlbqOwl View Post
    How do you know they aren't social friends? From what I have read and seen, they are. And if that isn't Ash Carter, who is that with his arm around Jill Biden in Post #14?
    That's the husband of The Hill's White House Reporter Amie Parnes. She's the one Biden is hugging in that picture. It went viral in 2013 when it happened. That isn't Ash Carter, and it isn't his wife.

    Where have you read and seen that the Bidens are social friends with the Carters?
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    Re: Is Biden too touchy feely?

    Quote Originally Posted by tres borrachos View Post
    What does one of your wife's friends kissing her goodbye at the end of a BBQ have to do with this story?
    Did you read the comment I was responding to (as opposed to the idea that maybe I was just making random comments for no apparent reason)?

    Here, lemme go run fetch it for you:

    Quote Originally Posted by CRUE CAB View Post
    Maybe you were not taught well. You NEVER lay hands on another mans wife/significant other.
    Now does it make sense that I'd use the BBQ example (understanding of course that I also used, "...or if you whisper in her ear when I'm being appointed to an office of the federal executive branch", as another example in the same comment)?
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    Re: Is Biden too touchy feely?

    Quote Originally Posted by americanwoman View Post
    Cause I guess if you don't allow you wife to be kissed, danced or touched by your friends you're a crazy jealous insecure wreak and Joe Biden should be allowed to do it?
    Who is talking about Biden kissing or hugging a friend?
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