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Joe Biden is no Hillary Clinton

Joe Biden is no Hillary Clinton

Which is why he would be a more difficult nominee to beat.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F7k2GUSMhGQ

We are in the midst of another Operation Stop Hillary. And it’s working.

Hillary’s negatives are up, her trustworthiness down. The first word that comes to mind is Liar, followed closely by dishonest.

Joe Biden is the opposite. Sure, he’s a gaffe-monster. He’s a little goofy. He’s been wrong more than just about anybody on just about everything. He’s a bloviator.

And he can be nasty, for example when he accused Republicans of wanting to put blacks back in chains.

But he has something Hillary will never have.

Believability.

This interview on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert shows it.

I’d rather have Hillary on the other side of a campaign.

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He’s also a serial groper of women and girls. But hey, Republican war on women, right?

The Democrats know Michael Dukakis is still alive, right? He’s 82 now, but a young 82.

It’s a sad commentary that this lying plagiarist is considered “believeable.”

    Paul in reply to Rick. | September 11, 2015 at 10:36 pm

    What’s a little plagiarism after two terms of POTUS wiping his ass with The Constitution and his oath of office?

    It’s an even sadder comment he is labeled “Vice President.”

    And still sadder is ‘Barack Hussein Obama’ (or whoever he really is) being labeled “President.”

    Observer in reply to Rick. | September 12, 2015 at 1:58 am

    LOL. Yeah, remember a few campaigns ago, when Joe was movingly telling voters about his hardscrabble rise from humble roots as the son of a Welsh coal miner? Oh wait, that was when Joe was lying and repeatedly passing off some Welsh politician’s (Neil Kinnock’s) life story as his own.

    But Joe told his blatant lies so believably!

If Americans wanted 0bama3/Biden, Bernie Sanders wouldn’t be doing as well as he is. And Trump is further proof the great unwashed are fed up.

More of the same won’t cut it – no matter who’s serving it up.

I guess I’m too jaded to see the “Believable” Biden is supposed to have. I remember too many times he smiled as he called opponents names along with his stupid boss. I remember all the poor wives he hung on while their husbands were giving a speech. I remember his clueless call out to a wheel chair bound supporter by yelling “Stand up Chuck”. I remember his advice to shoot a shotgun in the air to scare off home invaders. His daughter was caught with cocaine but we never heard about any prosecution of her did we? I am sorry for his loss of his son. That I know is a real feeling because I have experienced it. Believable? No way, he is a Demorat through and through.

I’m sorry for the loss of his son. I just lost my brother.

But Joe Biden eats paste.

Remember when Biden was going to give the administration of The Smartest Man In The Room a bit of Foreign Affairs gravitas?

Hahahahaha, those Dems are such cards ….

    clafoutis in reply to tom swift. | September 12, 2015 at 9:21 am

    (ignore the down arrow – sorry)

    As Delaware AG, Biden’s Beau provided cover for 0bama’s tryst(s) with Larry Sinclair – and Joe was rewarded with the VPship for securing the office.

    This has been documented.

Biden is just another self-centered, political spotlight junkie. He offers nothing that the country needs and everything the country needs to ban from ever being in DC.

I hope Biden runs. It would be awesome. It would be like Bill Murray or Steve Martin running. CrAzY JoE is the Mighty Gaffe-ster – he’d be a constant source of entertainment, like a train wreck you couldn’t not watch, with a train full of clowns and drunken monkeys dressed in circus garb. Calliope music and the theme from the Benny Hill Show nonstop till November of 2016. Cable news, blogs, comedians, late night hosts… everyone would benefit from the parade of gaffe-bites and public gropings.

BIDEN 2016.

“Run, Forrest, run!”

MaggotAtBroadAndWall | September 12, 2015 at 11:17 am

Jeremy Corbyn was elected the leader of the UK’s Labor Party. I now think Bernie is going to win the Democrat Party nomination regardless of what Hillary or Biden does.

While Bernie refused to register as a Democrat until this year, by rights he ought to be nominee. He founded the Progressive Caucus in 1991 with five far left Democrats to move the Democrat Party leftward.

http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/printgroupProfile.asp?grpid=6497

The Progressive Caucus grew from six members in 1991 to about 80ish when Obama was elected president in 2008. After Obama’s presidential election, Republicans won two mid-term wave elections that cost Democrats almost 70 House seats. But the Progressive Caucus only lost about 12 seats during those two waves and now stands at 68 members. That shows that the strength within the Democrat Party is with the far left, not the centrists. In fact, the centrist Blue Dog Caucus has been annihilated. Also note that the Democrat Leadership Council founded by President Bill Clinton loyalists to groom centrist Democrats no longer exists.

By creating the Progressive Caucus Bernie moved the party left – at least relative to where it was when Clinton was president. Then the nomination and election of Obama mainstreamed far left progressivism. Bernie, naturally, wants to go even further left than Obama. Hillary and Biden may be Obama’s natural hierarchical successor, but Bernie is Obama’s natural ideological successor.

Bernie has done more than Hillary, Biden, Webb, O’Malley, or Chafee over the past 25 years to shape the Democrat Party into what it is today. He is the intellectual leader of modern progressivism. He deserves to be the Democrat nominee.

And then the Democrat Party deserves to be crushed to a pulp in the general election. And voters need to keep punishing them and force them in the wilderness for two decades until they stop flirting with destructive left wing ideology.

He’s a stronger candidate than Hillary. His position in the Obama regime will help with the supporters and minorities who support Obama.

And, despite his “bumbling uncle joe” media caracture, he’s actually a bit of a bully. Rematch those debates with Sarah Palin to see what he really is.

HIs biggest negatives, that he’s dumb, really old (74!) and approaching senility will not hurt him with boomers.

This is the second article I’ve seen in the past two days touting Biden’s believability. Do these guys think we all have alzheimer’s? Plagiarism, isn’t just dishonesty, it is theft. This is an attempt to unHillary the democrat brand for nesting the hideous lying shrew. They are not going to do it by trying to pass of a thief like Biden as any kind of honest. He’s a liar, he’s a thief, and he’s also an idiot:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n-FYZXN2Zrw

“Biden Admits Plagiarism in School But Says It Was Not ‘Malevolent’
By E. J. DIONNE Jr., Special to the New York Times
Published: September 18, 1987

WASHINGTON, Sept. 17— Senator Joseph R. Biden Jr., fighting to salvage his Presidential campaign, today acknowledged ”a mistake” in his youth, when he plagiarized a law review article for a paper he wrote in his first year at law school.”

NEIL KINNOCK at Welsh Labour Party conference May 1987:
“Why am I the first Kinnock in a thousand generations to be able to get to university? Was it because our predecessors were thick? Does anybody really think that they didn’t get what we had because they didn’t have the talent or the strength or the endurance or the commitment? Of course not. It was because there was no platform upon which they could stand”
JOE BIDEN IN Sept 1987 during his first presidential campaign:
“Why is it that Joe Biden is the first in his family ever to go a university? Why is it that my wife… is the first in her family to ever go to college? Is it because our fathers and mothers were not bright? …Is it because they didn’t work hard? My ancestors who worked in the coal mines of northeast Pennsylvania and would come after 12 hours and play football for four hours? It’s because they didn’t have a platform on which to stand.”

Joe Biden is many things – “believable” is not one of them.

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