Saturday, August 23, 2008

JOE BIDEN. WHAT A GIFT.

Joe Biden? Hmmm…
"You cannot go to a 7-Eleven or a Dunkin' Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent. I'm not joking," he said with a C-SPAN camera just inches from his unbridled mouth.
On Obama:
"I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy," he enthused. "I mean, that's a storybook, man."
"I don't believe he's ready. The job for the Presidency should have a candidate who is going to have "on the job" training"
Joe Biden urged John Kerry to pick John McCain as his VP when he was running for President in 2004.
I can't wait for the McCain attack ads on these very memorable quotes from none other than Sen. Joe Biden.
This goes to show you just how much trouble Obama and his campaign believe they're in right now. LOL. And the media continues to question a McCain/Romney ticket because those two didn't get along?
Don't pee down my leg and tell me it's raining.
The agent of change was forced to pick a white man, who's been more of a Washington insider than McCain ever was, and that's no joke. Biden has been in Washington far longer than McCain ever has.
People, someone once said "Beauty fades, dumb is forever." Whoever said it, was brilliant. I think Obama understands that his campaign has been run on absolutely nothing. Running around the country and yelling "change" and "hope" means nothing. Subconsciously, Obama and his campaign, by picking Biden, knows that change means nothing and that he has no real substance and needs a competent, experienced white man to bail him out.
You'd expect after all of Obama's "rock star" status he'd have a great lead in the polls. He doesn't. It's not because he's black. It's because he's an elitist. Elitism is the problem that progressive liberals have had on the presidential level. In fact, it's often a burden. Haughty taughty liberalism is a disaster.
This is just my prediction. I believe that John McCain and his Vice Presidential running mate will deliver an upset to Democrats of grandiose proportions. And he's going to do it with the help of Hillary Clinton supporters. Hillary knows that McCain might not have a great 4 years.
And in 2012, she'll return. Mark my words, her campaign slogan will be "I told you so".
Like I've stated on one of my shows, I'm at peace with the whole thing. It can go two ways. McCain can win and stop a full fledged Marxist take over in this country or Obama can win and ignite a conservative revolution like the country has ever seen.
Via con dios.

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