Democratic candidate Joe Biden is not really sure where he stands on a few of the issues. Buisness week reveals Biden’s tendency to flip-flop on the subject of clean-coal technology.

A different demographic, a different message. Michael Rubinkam from Buisness Week looks at the Democrat’s inability to stand firm:

“Joe Biden has been sending mixed signals about his position on coal. Last week, he told a woman in Ohio that he and Barack Obama don’t support clean coal and flatly said, “No coal plants here in America.” Campaigning in Pennsylvania coal country on Thursday, the Democratic vice presidential nominee said the government should steer more money to clean coal — a term used to describe a variety of emerging technologies that burn coal for electricity without producing as much pollution.

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“I am for clean coal,” he told The Associated Press following a speech in Wilkes-Barre.”

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