Biden: 'you Don't Need 30 Rounds. Buy A Shotgun'

Wall Street Journal (blog)Biden: 'You Don't Need 30 Rounds. Buy a Shotgun'Wall Street Journal (blog)Associated Press: Vice President Joe Biden speaks at Girard College in Philadelphia, Feb. 11, 2013, after a round table discussion on gun control with elected and law enforcement officials. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke). Vice President Joe Biden said people don't ...Biden says a shotgun will scare off intrudersMiamiHerald.comBiden on Purchasing Cocaine: 'What Do You Think About That Idea?'The Weekly Standard (blog)all 38 news articles »

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