Vice President Joe Biden is a walking, talking gaffe machine on steroids.
The President of our Senate literally does nothing more than run around the country saying stupid things. That is his entire job, and he does it well.
For the life of me, I can not think of a single thing that this man has accomplished in his entire career. And no, liberals, managing to get himself re-elected to the Senate a number of times doesn’t count as an accomplishment, as much as you may think that getting elected is all that matters.
I’m beginning to think that Obama may indeed be a brilliant strategist. He knew that his policies would go over like a stone for most people, and he needed insurance against getting impeached.
Enter Joe Biden.
No one wants to see that guy become President of anything.
That the media consistently sweeps under the rug the rantings of good old “Uncle Joe” is proof enough of their extreme bias. But Biden’s latest trip into brain-addled psychedelia crosses lines, even for him.
In front of a small crowd in North Carolina, Biden made some of the most heinous remarks I’ve heard yet, and I hope that at least some people in the media call him out for them. I’m not even going to quote him. You really just need to watch it for yourself. It’s short.
I’m not even sure to start with this one, but I may actually be more frightened of the people fawning in the background with their glassy eyes and painted smiles, dutifully and mechanically slapping their hands together in response to a statement that anyone with even a modicum of intelligence would reject instantly.
The fact that Joe Biden feels comfortable enough to bring up Paul Ryan’s deceased father says it all. He knows he won’t be called on it, despicable as it may be. Ryan’s father died when he was fifteen years old. That should be off-limits for any politician. But the Democrats have no class whatsoever, and the double-standard in play allows them to get personal in the ugliest of ways, while the media happily goes along with their narrative that Republicans are equally ugly for daring to talk about the actual policies of this president.
But “Show me your budget”..?
How insane is that?
So, by your own standards, Joe, since you have no budget, you have no values at all..?
That one I can buy.
Even assuming that Biden had anything at all to do with the Obama budget proposals, which is unlikely, those budgets failed to get a single vote even from Democrats in the Senate, much less Republicans. Given the disastrous end to his budget proposals, Obama might actually be considering giving Biden the credit for them.
Biden, as President of the Senate, has not seen a budget passed in three years, despite the fact that the Constitution requires one to be passed. Apart from Obama’s laughable efforts, the Democrats haven’t even bothered to propose a budget, at all.
But Paul Ryan has, and the Democrats are terrified of it.
Did the Democrats work with Ryan to compromise and find bi-partisan solutions? They’re supposed to be all about that, right?
On the contrary, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid won’t even allow a vote in the Senate on any budget passed in the House, because he knows they have a good chance of passing in the Senate, even under a Democrat majority.
Talk about the “Party of NO”.
Yes, the Democrats are terrified of the Ryan budget proposals, even though it would be Romney’s proposals taking the lead in a Romney/Ryan administration. But what terrifies them even more is the contrast of a sensible, intelligent Ryan to the senseless, unintelligible Biden that will become more apparent the closer we get to November, despite the media’s efforts to hide it.
Who would be a better leader for our country?
Democrats don’t want Americans asking that question.