That is so sad for anyone to lose their mother.
I guess so people dont freak out Ill ask
Have you read this today?
WILMINGTON, Del. – Jean Biden, who raised her son Vice President Joe Biden to believe in what he called "America's creed ... everyone is your equal," died Friday after falling seriously ill in recent days. She was 92.
In a statement, the vice president said she died in Wilmington surrounded by her family and loved ones. She had suffered a broken hip in a fall in March 2009.
"Together with my father, her husband of 61 years who passed away in 2002, we learned the dignity of hard work and that you are defined by your sense of honor," he said in the statement. "Her strength, which was immeasurable, will live on in all of us."
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Answer by Anonymous at 5:58 PM on Jan. 8, 2010
Very sad, I'm glad she lived a long life and got to see her sons finest achievements
Answer by sweet-a-kins at 6:06 PM on Jan. 8, 2010
Thoughts and prayers to those that knew and loved her.
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