When Cut-&-Runners Collide… Biden Thanks Zapatero For Help in Iraq

Cut-&-Runner Joe Biden thanked Spain’s Prime Minister and Cut-&-Runner José Luis Zapatero in Chile yesterday for all of his help in Iraq.
(Zapatero withdrew Spanish troops from Iraq when he was elected.)

International socialist leaders met this weekend in Chile.
Barcepundit and HotAir reported:

MAN, BIDEN IS A GAFFE WITH LEGS: during his meeting with Spain’s prime minister José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero in Chile yesterday, Biden thanked Zapatero for his effort… in Iraq (link in Spanish, haven’t found this detail in any English-language media).

As everybody knows, the first decision Zapatero made after his unexpected win in 2004, right after the Madrid train terrorist attacks, was to abruptly and unilaterally pull out from Iraq. So either Biden made a gaffe, or he was thanking Zapatero for angering Bush…

Biden went on and say that Spain was one of our strongest partners… Since when?
Zapatero has been nothing but a Bush-bashing America-hating socialist since he was elected.
He would not even stand, nod or even look at the US flag.

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