Written by Abel Rodriguez
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Wednesday, 28 August 2013

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V.P. Biden will soon be opening Biden's Burgers, which he hopes will eventually become a national franchise chain.

DOVER, Delaware - It is no secret that President Obama and Vice-President Biden both love hamburgers.

Vice-President Biden has just announced that he will be opening up a hamburger joint in his home state in a few months.

Biden's Burgers should have its grand opening in Dover during the first week of October.

The vice-president told White House reporters that he has named a double meat, double cheese burger in honor of President Obama; which he is calling The Hail To The Chief Cheeseburger.

He also noted that he is naming a burger after the first lady, and calling it The Michelle Obama First Mama Veggie Burger.

Vice-President Biden stated that all of the meat for his hamburgers will come 100% from Texas cattle and not from Argentinian cattle as the Republican publication GOPicky Magazine had erroneously reported.

He then added that the French fries will be purchased from a potato factory in Idaho and not from a potato factory in Paris, France, as Republican radio talk show mouthpiece Rush "Tubby" Limbaugh had incorrectly stated on his radio show.

SIDENOTE: The vice-president has told Mrs. Obama that he would like to hire her mother to be the manager of Biden's Burgers.

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