By Jeff Dufour - 06/27/06 12:00 AM EDT
But like most other men, apparently there are things that interest him more.
Speaking to a group of 130 twenty- and thirty-something supporters of his leadership PAC last Thursday, Biden indicated that while he thinks he could be an effective chief executive, as far as the job itself goes, he could take it or leave it.
“I’d rather be at home making love to my wife while my children are asleep,” he said.
Biden’s PAC spokeman, Larry Rosky, said the line illustrates that “this is not an egostistical pursuit for him” and that he is “frankly totally in love with his wife.”
Now that we know a bit more about the senator’s romantic inklings, we can tell you that his new network, Generation United, was formed as a way for younger activists to support his PAC, Unite Our States.
He said that, based on its record of volunteerism, the younger generation is among the most patriotic.
On the heels of the D.C. kickoff, Generation United will host launch parties in Los Angeles, Chicago, New York and Boston, among other cities.
“I believe it is critical that all young voters have ways to contribute, and Generation United is one of the first of its kind to specifically reach out to and involve young people in the upcoming electoral cycle,” Biden said.
And with a lot of hard work from them, he may be making love in the White House come 2009.
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Hip-hop websites were abuzz yesterday that rapper-actor The Game had proposed to Rep. G.K. ButterfieldG.K. ButterfieldTop five Supreme Court cases to watch Black Caucus demands Flint funding from GOP GOP leadership critic finds way around alleged retribution MORE’s (D-N.C.) daughter, Valeisha.
But now it seems that idea was better left in the realm of theory than practice, as the nuptials have been called off.
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