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Foreign policy got Biden the VP nod

Six-term senator brings experience to ticket; But some say the choice highlights a weakness

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By Michael Kranish
Globe Staff / August 24, 2008

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WASHINGTON - Barack Obama's selection of Joe Biden as his running mate pleased many Democrats who are concerned about Obama's perceived shortcomings in foreign affairs, but it worried others who fear the pick reinforces Republican attacks on Obama's experience and Biden's past negative comments about Obama will be used against the Democratic ticket. (Full article: 1238 words)

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