I guess it's pretty serious
I guess it's pretty serious.
Joe's been in the Senate for 36 years.
Biden is not the original choice... but then if Russia hadn't invaded Georgia?
The man spews diarrhea out of his mouth whenever he opens it. He's gotten into trouble so many times... for instance his now famous Indian-American remark,
“I’ve had a great relationship. In Delaware, the largest growth in population is Indian Americans — moving from India. You cannot go to a 7-11 or a Dunkin’ Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent. I’m not joking.”He also got busted for plagiarising a British politician's speech - which knocked him out of the 1988 Presidential race - and kept him out of National politics for, oh, about 20 years... (and that's because no one would give him money. Fund raising. Cash. As in not for you.)
And then when he was running in Iowa, he said this about his now-Running Mate...
“I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy, … I mean, that’s a storybook, man.”He also mentioned that Obama is not ready to be President.
But the Main Stream Media - is already playing up what a great duo, the pairing of greatness... BECAUSE of Joe's ability to, "Speak his mind" (Even if it seems a little racially insensitive?)
JOHN HARWOOD: He is not somebody who is infused with political correctness, the verbal equivalent of putting his pinky up when he opens his mouth. So this is what, the way ordinary voters are as well. They're not always worried about sort of calibrating every single word by "ooh, is this racially insensitive?" That's something that Joe Biden brings as an asset to the ticket. The gaffes actually show one of his strengths.
(View video of that here.)Ah, yeah. Well, on the bright side, he'll give me plenty to write about the next couple months...
maybe even the next couple years, right?
And it ain't Hillary.