Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Biden Off The Rails And On His Way Off The Ticket???

With all the Palin Derangement Syndrome in the air, Joe Biden has been doing what Joe Biden does best, albeit under the radar....he's been shooting his mouth off without engaging his brain and has said some extraordinary things in the last two days.

First there was his silly and downright meansprited remark aimed at Sarah Palin that people who were against embryonic stem cell research didn't care about special needs children.

That was bad enough, but this latest one is a real laff riot:



"Make no mistake about this, Hillary Clinton is as qualified or more qualified than I am to be vice president of the United States of America. Let’s get that straight,” Biden said testily when a voter told Biden he was glad the Delaware senator had been chosen and not Clinton.

“She’s a truly close personal friend and she is qualified to be President of the United States of America, she’s easily qualified to be Vice President of the United States of America and quite frankly, it might have been a better pick than me,” he continued.

"I mean that sincerely, she’s first rate.”


Now,let's look more closely at what Good Ol' Joe is saying.

The first major decision a presidential candidate makes,his first executive act is to pick his vice presidential running mate. And now Biden is saying that Obama's judgment was flawed?

Let's run this again: Barack Obama's judgment was that Joe Biden was the best possible VP candidate....Biden now says Obama was wrong in his first major decision as a would-be president.

Like I hoped he'd be, Joe Biden is the gift that keeps on giving.

I'm having fun with this, sure, but I think there's a serious chance Biden may suddenly leave the ticket 'for health reasons.'

Provided the Chosen One can somehow bribe/cajole/threaten Hillary Clinton into jumping aboard his sinking ship.

Anybody remember Tom Eagleton?

And PS...The Chosen One an dMr. Bill are having lunch together tomorrow...

Heh!

This could get really good...



6 comments:

Always On Watch said...

I doubt that Hillary will replace Biden. After all, Hillary does wear lipstick.

Anonymous said...

Train wreck!

Rosey said...

Wow. You must real smart FF, 'cuz I just don't' pick up on this stuff. I can't even get my head around it when you explain it to me...(?!?!?!?)

louielouie said...

i think i should make an OT comment.
during the past weeks, or as some would say, 2 weeks AP (after palin) i have become confused by some blogs that i thought were of a conservative nature.
just to be specific and single out one, the blonde jooo chick from detroitistan, has published, to my knowledge, three columns critical of sarah palin. not of her policies or political philosophy, but about the names of her children and her husband being a mr. mom type.
these comparisons are not isolated.
where i'm going with this, is, this is the type of stuff i would expect from the liberal left. and these people who call themselves conservative are providing fodder for the left and joining in the jumping on of sarah palin. i've said numerous times there were valid conservative candidates in the republican primaries that their candidancy never got off the ground. i mention names of people i read about at JP to people i know and they've never heard of them.
this type of activity makes me think there is no difference between the far right and far far left.
they both seem content to be clanging gongs. except the far far left has a candidate in the race.
i remember eisenhower's address to some graduating class of military types in england wherein he said that if we do not do our all we have in some what assisted the enemy. and while some of a conservative bent do not regard the left as the enemy, the left certainly regards conservatives as such.
mr. kristol, mr. limbaugh, ms. coulter, ms. schlussel, mr. barnes may have their issues with mccain, but right now he is the only thing standing between the US as we know it, and marxism, as we will come to know it.
i just don't get why some on the conservative side will beat up their own candidate in such a close race with so very much on the line, just because that candidate doesn't meet the criteria that has absolutely nothing to do with job performance.
this concludes another in a never ending series of OT comments made by LL that ff continues to tolerate.

louielouie said...

wow, rosey's back, nazar's back.......this reminds me of the closing scene of ghostbusters where the key master and the gate keeper get together.
this could get biblical.
in a non-denominational way of course.

Freedom Fighter said...

Heh!

There's no such thing as a perfect candidate that's going to agree with you on every single issue.

The key for me is finding someone who's character, honesty and basic motivations I trust.

That said, I trust John McCain and I trust Sarah Palin until I see differently.

At least they don"t appear to be bought off by the Saudis yet.