Saturday, August 23, 2008

It's Biden

It's official, it's Biden. Mr. Plagiarism runs with another Mr. Plagiarism. This ought to be interesting.

Obama has been accused of some level of plagiarism in a recent campaign speech, maybe Biden can show him how it's done. But whatever, it has become apparent that the man who was demonized by the hard left political hacks (and the media) for calling Obama a "clean" black has won some confidence from Barry O.

Biden's words, "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" will no doubt be played over and over the next few weeks, along with the other campaign gaffe that rang out during the campaign - "you cannot go to a 7-Eleven or a Dunkin' Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent". Future gaffes and past deeds that will come to light ought to make this a fun campaign for the RNC and McCain campaign.

He adds some sense to the ticket on the foreign policy issues this country will be facing in the coming years and if I were a Democrat, I would have supported him far above the others. But I am not and will not, mainly because when it comes to fiscal responsibility issues, he is still a tax and spend liberal who wants to advance class-warfare ideological stances.

Let the games begin. Let the shovels be dusted off and readied for use. There is a long history on Joe Biden that's just begging to be dug up, from the back of someone's yard.



10 comments:

Shah Alexander said...

An empty rock star with anti-establishment propaganda has chosen an ultimate insider of Washington politics.

L'Amerloque said...

Hi LAS !

Let's see, now ... this Biden fellow has been in the Senate since 1972 ...

... and Mr Obama is basing his campaign on "change" ?!

Amerloque has a hard time seeing the logic in this, but perhaps he's just having an off day. (grin)

Best,
L'Amerloque

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Greg said...

Big mistake by No-bama. Where's the change here? And I thought experience didn't matter. This reeks of desperation and lack of confidence.

McCain already has a TV ad out where Biden says Obama isn't ready, but McCain would be "good for the country." Ouch.

Mustang said...

It is in the nature of politics to change jersies as often as the professional ball players do. Similarly, politics is just a game to these people who go into the House or Senate with modest means, and become filty rich in the course of a career.

We do not need to wonder how this is possible, because we already know that politicians are dishonest, self-serving, and would sell their mothers ... not to mention their country.

I'm told, "This is how the game is played." Okay. Personally, I'm looking for a servent of the people who doesn't regard their responsibility as a game. Meanwhile, I have to settle for someone who will do the least damage.

LASunsett said...

//An empty rock star with anti-establishment propaganda has chosen an ultimate insider of Washington politics.//

He may be empty in most areas where policy is concerned, but he is full of experiences in dirty Washington politics. Many of these that have not already come to be known, will come out in the open in the following weeks.

Call it Joe Biden making his appearance in the court of public opinion. Lot's of evidence that needs to be gathered, sorted, classified and disseminated, has yet to be found and presented.

LASunsett said...

//Amerloque has a hard time seeing the logic in this, but perhaps he's just having an off day. (grin)//

Unless you count Obama's willingness to "change" his words, explanations, positions, and overall themes, you are right. There is no change to be had, anywhere in this campaign.

LASunsett said...

AICS,

You can post a shameless plug anytime you want. You do not have to delete anything. Lucky for me I have comments sent to my e-mail and found your post.

LASunsett said...

//This reeks of desperation and lack of confidence.//

Lucky for the O-man, his convention is coming up. He will get the traditional bounce and might recover what he has lost in the recent days past. But always remember, there have been many others before this, who have enjoyed a good boost, immediately post-convention. Ask Ex-President Dukakis.

LASunsett said...

//Personally, I'm looking for a servent of the people who doesn't regard their responsibility as a game. Meanwhile, I have to settle for someone who will do the least damage.//

As we have discussed before, the best people for these jobs, don't want them. Why would they?

Personal lives count more than ability to do the job. Good people who are human and make mistakes could fill this void you describe, but who would really want that weekend in Tijuana (in the formative years of a person's life) to surface with the help of and facilitation by today's media. I say this because, anyone who would want or could do the job would immediately be subject to harassment by the media on something he did way back in his/her life and he/she could avoid all of the headaches by staying in the private sector.