Who’s Smarter: Joe Biden or Yogi Berra?

So I’ve been thinking about all the bad things that would happen to America if President Obama loses in November.  And I could only come up with one.  We would no longer have Joe Biden to kick around.   Admit it:  when Joe opens his mouth, you feel a lot smarter than you did right before he opened his mouth.

Take his latest gems.

Cranking it up at a roaring campaign rally, Biden says: “With you we can win North Carolina.”

He was in Virginia at the time.

Earlier, he told the crowd, ““Romney wants to, he said in the first 100 days, he’s going to let the big banks once again write their own rules. Unchain Wall Street.”

Then slipping into a southern accent, he finished with, “They’re going to put y’all back in chains.”

Nice move, Joe … except the many black folks in the crowd weren’t laughing.

A day later on the campaign trail he tells supporters:  “Folks, where’s it written we cannot lead the world in the 20th century in making automobiles?

Okay, so the guy doesn’t know what century we’re in?  He can’t know everything!

And bless his heart, remember when Joe, at a rally in Washington, had those nice things to say about the guy’s dead mother.

“His mom lived in Long Island for ten years or so. God rest her soul. And- although, she’s- wait- your mom’s still- your mom’s still alive. Your dad passed. God bless her soul.”

Make fun of him if you will … but Joe Biden is the kind of guy who acknowledges the little people in the crowd …

“Stand up, Chuck, let ‘em see ya.”

He was referring to Missouri State Senator Chuck Graham – who is in a wheelchair.

Hey, anybody can make a mistake.  At least Joe cares about the middle class.  In Athens, Ohio, campaigning in 2008, he got the faithful going with a shot at John McCain …

“Look, John’s last-minute economic plan does nothing to tackle the number-one job facing the middle class, and it happens to be, as Barack says, a three-letter word: jobs. J-O-B-S, jobs.”

Yes, Joe, and 2 plus 2 equal 6,000.

Speaking to the House Democratic Caucus, at a retreat in Williamsburg, Virginia, Biden channeled his inner Yogi Berra and said, “If we do everything right, if we do it with absolute certainty, there’s still a 30% chance we’re going to get it wrong.”

Maybe, but what are the chances that he’s going to get the name of the guy who put him on the ticket wrong.

“A man I’m proud to call my friend. A man who will be the next President of the United States – Barack America!”

Asked about Biden’s flubs on a cable TV show, Rudy Giuliani, said “I mean, this guy just isn’t bright. He’s never been bright. He isn’t bright. People think well, he just talks a little bit too much. Actually, he’s just not very smart.”

Really?  Why? Just because he doesn’t know what century we’re living in?

I don’t know about you, but I’m hoping we get the opportunity to miss Joe Biden.

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  • White lives matter too

    Obama and Biden SUCK

  • http://twitter.com/kidwinona Pet2112

    Biden is very unique.  Actually, quite amazing. The guy spews out the  …goof… stupi…dum…. I can’t find a word or words.  I give up.   The reason being that, when this man on the left speaks his literal nonsense, I am unable to counter with the typical “if someone  on the right  had said…..” . I have been perplexed since the day I woke up, turned  on the T.V. and there he was,  giving the Eulogy at Strom Thurman’s funeral.

  • Sally

    You know, I have to say – Yes, a gaffe machine like Joe may make us cringe. I have thought many times in the past: Joe Biden as VP? A heartbeat away from the Presidency??  
    But I have to say now – if I had to pick between the two of them – Biden does not scare me half as much as Obama. Biden would govern as a [moderate?] left-wing Democrat. Obama governs as a Marxist/communist/socialist intent on helping out other countries (but not his brother George Obama in Kenya) by bringing down and bankrupting America, as well as weakening our national security. Biden is not the sharpest knife in the drawer – There he goes again! – but I believe he loves America and wants it to succeed. I have no delusions of that with Mr. Obama.

  • Mhsmith5

    I just heard Obama say it again, he will put the unemployed back to work by using the money that we were spending on the war to pay back our debtor, the only thing about that is, we borrowed all that money from China, so Mr President, how were you going to pay off the deficit? I am starting to believe that our president really believe we are the dumbest people in the world. Everything Obama said last night, was like a bunch of clouds, but no rain in them, EMPTINESS.

    • Matosica

      Aboma the father of lies.

  • Raftalways

    If we stopped buying newspapers and watching ABC.CBS.NBC.CNN.MSNBC or supporting their sponors would the Media go away. If one group has to be responsible for ruining this Country is not the stupid Politicans but the MEDIA we can never forget that.

  • Raftalways

    It’s all Nancy’s fault … she has all those old f……kers like Joe and Harry likcking her raunchy P…..y and their brains are wasted .. just ask Ozzie

  • Wheels55

    Yogi is smarter – no contest. He didn’t insult people when he said funny stuff. Also, Yogi made money from a book of his quotes. Any chance that Biden will make money from his quotes? Nope. Any chance he ends up in a home before he hurts himself? Yes, in January.

    So why is Biden such a lousy politician? Because politics is 90% mental and the other half involves common sense. Biden has neither.

  • therealguyfaux

    What is it about Delaware that it could produce that I-am-not-a-witch chick AND Joseph Biden?

  • Iowa40

    The country is ready for a little R&R…Romney and Ryan

    • PIE IN THE SKY

      AMEN TO THAT!

  • TheGoodDoctor

    Bernie, the Sierra Club recently too a public stance as being against trapping.  It was a long step for Sierra but it was without full regard for what they would be doing were they to get the wish they expressed: trapping is essential to and as a management practice in the world of the out-of-doors, including good even for song birds.  I do not comprehend how you could allow a Sierra Club advertisement ~ especially one of this nature ~ on your webpage.

    Please: What am I missing or misunderstanding?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Bill-Konrad/590486184 Bill Konrad

    I think Obama picked Biden to show the contrast between someone really stupid and himself…I must say he didn’t set the bar very high.

  • sendtheclunkerbacktochicago

    Now I know why you are not unloading on Obama’s forged birth certificate, his forged selective service registration and his fraudulent SS#, it would leave us with Joe Biden.  You may have a point but there is no excuse for allowing a man to have access to the nuclear football who is a fraud, a criminal and a usurper is nightmarish!  You can make fun of Joe Biden but he is none of the above, plus the Republicans would win 48 of the 50 states if Joe was the Democrat nomination.  I still believe Obama will not be on the ballot in November, he has too many substantial “October surprises” ahead of him.  

  • Ksp48

    Ah, but as long as he’s not a Republican (Dan Quale, George W. Bush, Ronald Reagan), the media just chuckles and tells us how much smarter he is that that dummy Sarah Palin. 

  • Don39

    It is an insult to Yogi to draw any comparison to Biden. How dare you!

    • burkanuck

      Yogi knew what he was saying.

  • Randy

    But Obama can make no other choice!  Obama, like many of the liberal crowd, HAS to be the smartest gut in the room.  Biden is his guy.  Says a lot about our President’s judgement, doesn’t it?

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/ON4HHDYPEEDF3USYEBHZ7CJBCU potvin

    The Lame Stream Media would have crucified Palin for these kind of mistakes. If she didn’t make any, they’d make them up for her.

  • Concernedmimi

    Now we know why Biden was chosen VP; he makes Obama look smart!!

  • DaveW

    Really funny! I particularly liked…” He can’t know everything!”

  • http://blog.cyberquill.com/ Cyberquill

    That’s quite a list there, but all of Biden’s lapsus linguae pale against Michele Bachmann last year wishing Elvis Presley a “happy birthday” on the anniversary of his death. 

  • Tim Ned

    Obviously Yogi Berra!  He made much more sense.

  • GS FMA74

    It’s like Cliff Claven, but without the logic, ability to reason or situational awareness.

  • Concernedmimi

    Sure am glad R & R jumped back at O&B on the medicare debate; good decision! Now about the snake oil comment; if anybody was ever a snake-in-the-grass tag-team, it is O&B for sure with their sleezy politics.

  • Ralph Hahn

    Romney-Ryan should release one 30-second ad of his videotaped flubs (black & white, grainy and a little out of focus, of course.).  ;-)  You KNOW this stuff is NOT getting out via the lamestream media.

  • robin in fl

    I like watching and listening to people like JB..they make me feel REALLY smart  :)

  • Trapp

    It’s been a fun read, both article and comment-wise. Of course, no one has even bothered to ponder which of them would be remembered longer, or would have a more lasting impact on American culture. Yogi Berra is a beloved American icon, a sports legend. Biden will be immediately and mercifully forgotten a year after he’s out of office.

  • shrodingersdog

    Ryan, speaking at a rally at Walsh University in North Canton Ohio –

     “It’s great to be here in North Canton, or as Joe Biden might say, it’s great to be here in Nevada.”

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/I3W44PGXL7LAOMGJXO4MX36GOE Gerald

    Contrary to some postings Joe is absolutely clueless about everyting. After years in the Senate I still wonder if he knows where the mens room is located. I believe it is too early for Republicans to go after “Good OLD Joe” but they should hammer the Obama-Biden
    team starting inearly October. The key question should be “Whom would you prefer to be a heart beat away from the presidenency:”Good OLD Joe” Biden or a brilliant young Paul Ryan?  

  • Tsav672000

    And here is why there is no hope for democrats. I recently met someone who works for the same company I do. They used to be big in democratic national politics. He has met Biden many times. When asked he told me Biden was a really smart guy.
     

    • Sandwking

       Probably he thought Biden was smart because Biden always holds very liberal views (and we all know that the very act of being “liberal” makes one smart).

  • asl3676

    Good to hear Adolph Giuliani is still properly obnoxious….maybe someone can ask him why he ran the worst presidential campaign in recent history…..Remember Biden’s great quote ” Guiliani’s campaign consists of a noun , a verb and 9/11″…..

    • Michael

      Adolph Giuliani?  Did you come up with that yourself?  If so, I congratulate you.  It’s hilarious (even though I don’t agree with the implication).

      • asl3676

        Thank you for the compliment…He’s been called Adolph by New Yorkers since he first became Mayor….Authoritarian and obnoxious…You should have heard what he called those who disagreed with him….

  • Roclloyds

    Joe Biden may appear dumb and entertaining to you, but he’s still more intelligent, smarter and string lots of sentences together than George W Bush ever did and will ever do.

    • Jeffreydan

      “Joe Biden may appear dumb and entertaining to you, but he’s still more intelligent, smarter and string lots of sentences together than George W Bush ever did and will ever do.”  Wow, he’s more intelligent, AND smarter?  Compared to President Bush, Biden’s about as smart as a doughnut hole. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000929193078 Dan Farfan

    “When you get to a fork in the road, remember who put y’all in chains.”
      – Yogi Biden

    • Michael

      Yogi Biden?  This is getting better all the time. ;)

  • Paul Courtney

    Some posters have reminded us of Bernie’s notion that Joe could be pushed out for Hillary.  Here’s the risk, though-Joe’s “medical condition” forces him to step down, BUT Hillary declines!  What then, Obama could find his best chance is to pick the prisoner in W. Va. who got 42%?!

  • http://twitter.com/semperfisy Stanley Yanis

    Poor old Joe. He would probably say “Line up in alphabetical oeder, according to height, weight, and party affiliation

  • Thomas

    Yogi was stupidly SMART,,,,, Joe is just stupid,

    • asl3676

      Amazing how you know who is stupid….Have you ever met Joe Biden? Ever talked to Joe Biden?

      • Jeffreydan

        “Amazing how you know who is stupid….Have you ever met Joe Biden? Ever talked to Joe Biden?”

          That’s fair logic. I’m curious how much time you spent talking with Governor Palin.

  • http://hemingwayreport.blogspot.com/ MerchantofVenom

    Anyone who would attend a Joe Biden event (except for the pure entertainment value) has to be dumber then Joe if that’s even possible. Rudy also said, “There’s a real fear if, God forbid, he ever had to be entrusted with the presidency, whether he really has the mental capacity to handle it.” That on its face ought to scare the American electorate half to death even if you’re a Democrat!

    Mark Levin recently said this, “Want a guaranteed Romney victory. Have Mitt schedule 10 debates between Ryan and Biden.”

     My take… you would only need one.

  • FloridaJim

    If Joe Biden leaves the stage the only person who will miss him is Cathy of Cathy’ s Diner fame whom Sheriff Joe quoted as his source from the “common man’ diner where he gets his information, sadly Cathy’s had closed 20 years before Joe was aware of the closure , did he not know of the closure or is he simply stupid. After many such gaffs I opt for Joe’s stupidity as Rudy Giuliani did. Joe, the common man, is a millionaire many times over and if OWS knew this they would protest his house[s].

  • Phil Silverman

    Another frivolous, nonsensical Goldberg special. Should we go down the list of wierdo statements from intelligent people? have you ever listed those of lady Sarah?
    Your mentor, Big Bill, makes the dumbest statements I have ever heard.

    • asl3676

      Bernie must spend at least 10 or 20 minutes writing this nonsense……….His appearances on O’Reilly are embarrassing and they sound like two old guys telling war stories in an old age home…

      • http://www.facebook.com/timbones.oneil Tim O’Neil

        Guaranteed, they are more popular, smarter, more accurate and richer than you are or ever will be. 

      • Jeffreydan

         “Bernie must spend at least 10 or 20 minutes writing this nonsense……….His appearances on O’Reilly are embarrassing and they sound like two old guys telling war stories in an old age home…”

        Awww, you poor little fella, being forced to watch such unpleasant stuff all the time.   

    • http://www.facebook.com/timbones.oneil Tim O’Neil

      Oh, don’t like it when the shoe is on the other foot? Biden is and has always been the dithering idiot he appears to be, Bernie is just calling them like he sees them. 

  • EddieD_Boston

    Still waiting for the SNL skit ridiculing this guy for being such a dimwit. Nah, not gonna happen. For liberals, Biden is the elephant in the room. Ryan at 42 is too young to be president? Maybe. But I’m positive Biden is too stupid. And Obama makes two.

    • Brian_Bayless

      Uh, they have done several skits featuring Biden on SNL. Jason Sudeikis, the actor that does the impersonation, plays him as a smiling dimwit.

      • EddieD_Boston

        Then I stand corrected. I honestly gave up on SNL once Belusi, Akroyd, Murray and the rest moved on and only went back for a short time when Dennis Miller did weekend update. Watching it now requires having to listen to liberal drivel. I guess Biden is too easy of a target for them to pass up.
        But I betcha you haven't seen any skits where Obama is ridiculed as the clueless fool that he is. How about a skit where they all wet their pants laughing when Obama says we're going to turn our economy around with green jobs or that paying for Obamacare by slashing Medicare isn't going to mean we're rationing the elderly's healthcare.

        • asl3676

          Perhaps you should stop living in the past and get over your bitterness…how sad

        • Brian_Bayless

          SNL’s political humor (and humor in general) is terrible right now. They esentially have a guy in blackface playing Obama and they only play up Romney as a boring guy. All political sketches only go for the obvious.

          They no longer do any biting political satire and they are slanted a bit to the left but do poke fun at the President during Weekend Update frequently.

          • EddieD_Boston

            I do think that the shine is off Obama and little by little they losing their awe.

        • Bob Hadley

          “Still waiting for the SNL skit ridiculing this guy for being such a dimwit.”

          ” I honestly gave up on SNL once Belusi, Akroyd, Murray and the rest moved on and only went back for a short time when Dennis Miller did weekend update. ”

          Huh???????  Who’s the dimwit?

    • Phil Silverman

      hasn’t Obama been President for four years? Did you think his getting/engaging of the Seals to get BL was the action of a dummy? ending the War in Iraq ahead of schedule. Getting thru the bipartisan HC reform bill? Implementing the TARP and helping Gm to be back at number one? credit carde reform? DA-DT? 29 months of uparrow job creation? 17 instances of tax relief for the small employer? HAIL JOHN BIRCH!!!

      • http://www.facebook.com/timbones.oneil Tim O’Neil

        You are not sure yourself after adding 5 trillion dollars to the deficit, Man, you must be smoking some good stuff!!!

        Ordering the SEALS to get Bin Laden? A junior officer could have made that call.  A bipartisan Health Care Bill……You have got to be kidding me. It was barely passed through reconciliation; it was a totally partisan bill, you dolt. TARP? Oh yeah, a near trillion dollar payoff to Obama’s cronies that amounted to nothing but a loss to the American people.  Job Creation? You have got to be high; 8.3% reported unemployment with the real figure closer to 13%. I mean this in the nicest way possible; you’re not too smart! 

        • “T”

          The bottom line is this:

          Obama’s 4 year tenure represents 1.6% of America’s history and 33% of America’s debt.  Period! (Thanks to Eric Bolling)

      • EddieD_Boston

        You lost me at “passed a bipartisan HC bill”. Are you joking. When did that happen? Am I losing my mind or was it pushed through the Senate on an obscure procedure and after buying off the few democrat holdouts. Don't you need BOTH parties voting yes to have something termed bipartisan. I don't have the #'s but about 98% of republicans voted no and every poll then and since show the majority don't want it.
        Please tell me your post was tongue-in-cheek.

  • Roadmaster

     I’m not up on stats, but I think Yogi still holds the record for most home runs by a catcher. 

    Biden’s “greatest” accomplishment is being picked as the insurance policy against an assassination attempt on his boss, an “honor” which I suppose he deserved after being known as the dumbest man in Washington for all those years.

    • Phil Silverman

      WEBMASTER PLEASE NOTE THIS VERY INAPPROPRIATE STATEMENT (ABOVE).

      • Michael

        Typical liberal whiner, demanding that a source of authority make the world in their image.  If you don’t like the comments here, get back to whichever Soros-funded organization you work for, and leave the debate to the grownups who can take criticism. 

      • http://www.facebook.com/timbones.oneil Tim O’Neil

        Keep you Biden loving panties in a bunch there Phil. 

    • asl3676

      Better check your stats…Oh I forgot you’d have figure out how Google works…too much info for most Republicans…

  • Roadmaster

    Biden is the gift that keeps on giving.  Trot him out every single day and let him talk all he wants.

    And lay off Yogi – I loved that guy when I was a kid.  He was part of one of the best Yankee teams ever – Mantle, Maris, Howard, Ford, Martin, and Yogi among others and he was pretty successful as a manager, too. 

  • Bill

    These comments make me think that Biden is mistake-prone – rather impulsive & verbally clumsy, not necessarily stupid. What’s ridiculous, however, is the way people tend to handle these mistakes. Any error like these from Sarah Palin (which, face it, they have happened) is an automatic condemnation to the Idiot hall of fame. Biden, though? An innocent mistake.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_F7EOHY7DSRXRLSGNRHXD5GMEU4 Peej

    Pretty sure Joe the Clown was brain damage when his aneurysm burst.  Wonder if we can get a copy of his brain MRI with a FOIA request.

    • asl3676

      I hope one day your grandkids mock you for misspeaking…what moronic talk….

      • Michael

        Why is it moronic?  You libs have been screaming for Romney’s tax records.  Why shouldn’t we see the health records of the man who may have his finger on the button if anything were to happen to Obama?  I don’t think it’s moronic at all. 

        • asl3676

          Because false  tax returns subject individuals and corporations to criminal charges….What relevance do health records have to the job of POTUS?

          • Michael

            They have a lot of relevance if the person in question has been brain-damaged and then had to decide whether to go to war, etc.  People who have suffered “trauma,” as you call it.  While they may deserve compassion and a chance to make the most of their life, they do not necessarily deserve the job of Commander in Chief. 

          • asl3676

            Don’t you think that it should be left to voters to determine who deserves the job?  Are you talking about physical or menatl trauma?

          • http://twitter.com/kidwinona Peter Kleinschmidt

            The man that you fell in love, won again so can we see his college transcripts yet??? What about his application(college) where he used the name Barry- I’m sure he simply misspelled. The duel citizen prez and apparently born in two states.

    • Phil Silverman

      brain damage? no…just a trauma situation based upon a family tragedy. hasn’t hurt his work in DC. He tends to gaffe alot. Is that a big deal?

      • Michael

        Apparently it was a big deal whenever Bush made them.  Maybe your compassion only extends to those with whom you agree. 

      • http://www.facebook.com/timbones.oneil Tim O’Neil

        Yes, Phil, like you, Biden is the gift that keeps on giving with his humorous non-sequiters. 

  • Bruce A.

    That settles it.  Mr Biden should immediately resign & take his immediate supervisor with him.

    • Phil Silverman

      Really? Well, we’ll see if Obama voter suppression actually works. then we can overturn ACA along with Romneycare, change Medicar into a voucher system, andkiss what’s left of the middle class goodbye to support the new 25% top tax rate.

      • Bruce A.

        I’ll take the voucher anytime over the govt. system & find my own insurance.   Anything the govt. touches turns to crap. 

      • Michael

        Voter suppression?  You mean not allowing dead people to “vote”?  I’m sure the Democrats will have enough “walking around money” to load up the vans with all the deadbeats and riffraff on the streets and get them to the polls. 

      • http://www.facebook.com/timbones.oneil Tim O’Neil

        Phil, what are you smoking and can I get it free with Obamacare????

  • Artlouis

    Biden has an airtight excuse for all the gaffes. They weren’t his. He plagiarized them. 

  • sjangers

    Hilarious stuff, Bernie.  But please, you need to work on your headlines.  I almost skipped reading the column because the answer was just so obvious.

    • Phil Silverman

      Hilarious. Terrific. Mock a guy with an obvious trauma condition…which has not hurt his work at all.

      • http://www.facebook.com/timbones.oneil Tim O’Neil

        Right, he still does “foot in mouth” flawlessly. 

      • sjangers

        I’m not sure I’d say it hasn’t affected his work if he can’t get out more than a couple of simple sentences without coming across as a blithering idiot, Phil. Do we really want someone this gaffe-prone just a heartbeat away from the Presidency? Personality and ethics aside (where I’m sure you’d like them, in Biden’s case), wherever stupid comes from, it probably shouldn’t be encouraged to take up residence in the White House.

        Despite your contention to the contrary, I don’t think Biden’s shortcomings have anything to do with the aneurysms he suffered. I’d seen a fair amount of him in 1987 and earlier; enough to know that the arrogance, inarticulateness, and ethical lapses didn’t suddenly come on post-surgery. But perhaps you and I have different standards. Perhaps he should be given a pass on everything because of his medical condition.

        Now that I think about it, I do seem to recall you. Weren’t you the guy that used to hang around street corners in the mid-1980s criticizing the left-wing attacks on President Reagan’s age and perceived decline in cognitive abilities? Weren’t you the guy making the rounds on talk shows a few years ago slamming Democrats for attacking President Bush as dim-witted and stupid, and then John McCain as too old to be President? And haven’t you done a lot of work with Liberals for Increased Ethics and Civility in Political Discourse (although I guess you guys are probably better known by your acronym, OXYMORON)? So yeah, I stand corrected.

      • Jeffreydan

          Your compassion for Biden is about as sincere as your moral outrage about Governor Romney’s alleged tax transgressions. 

          You failed to pull out the race card. Either you’re slipping or it’s stuck in there.  

  • Federale

    Just proves the media is in the tank for Obama.

    • asl3676

      Well then the media must have been in the tank for Bush also…..How did an incompetent like George W. Bush win twice?

      • MattyPDX

        How did Bush win twice? Look at who he was running against! Question answered.

        • asl3676

          And who was MccAin running against? As you didn’t vote for Obama and have hated him since January 21, 2009 who cares about your vote? You would vote for Nixon if he was running again?

          • MattyPDX

            Funny, especially being that I DID vote for Obama in 2008. I’m still quite embarrassed about that gaffe. I won’t be making that mistake again this year!

          • asl3676

            Depending on what State you live in it won’t matter much. If you are embarrassed by your votes I have to assume you didn’t vote for Bush… 

          • MattyPDX

            Bush didn’t run in 2008. It’s a term-limits thing. Presidents can only serve two terms in office. However I did vote for Bush both times.

        • Pil Silverman

          He won against Gore after getting much less of the popular viote and by the action of the Scalia court to stop a recount. See Vincent Bugliosi book. He won in 2004 because Foxnews “swiftboated” a decent guy out of contention.

          • Jeffreydan

              Per the Constitution, George W. Bush was president despite Gore getting a LITTLE more of the popular vote. Also per the Constitution, SCOTUS’ ruling was correct.

              You must hate the Constitution and the military. Gore tried to leave certain votes out of the recount process (which SCOTUS said was a no-no), and succeeded in having the ballots cast by overseas service members disallowed.

              On Kerry: if by “decent” you mean “gold-digging, opportunistic, and phony”, I agree with you.   

          • http://www.facebook.com/timbones.oneil Tim O’Neil

            Gore tried to steal the race as will Obummer. Swiftboat Kerry lost because the truth came out about his “heroic service” during 4 months in Viet Nam.

          • Sassyo

            Please, Phil, go take a nap, before you mommy gives you a spanking.

      • Federale

        He won despite a Demoncrat run media that actively supported the Demoncrats.  Just because the media is in the Demoncrats pocket does not automatically mean the Demoncrats win.

        • asl3676

          And your point is what?   The media is only important to those who work in the media and those who are looking for an excuse as to why their candidate lost…Based upon what you’re saying the Dems should never lose an election because they have the media behind them…

    • asl3676

      Government service is working for your country….Biden could have made alot more money in the law business than he made as Senator or VP….

      • http://www.facebook.com/timbones.oneil Tim O’Neil

        Or as one of the Three Stooges. 

    • Phil Silverman

      yes, esp. Newscorp, Limbaugh, NRA, Jerome Corsi, Alex Jones, Drudge, Gaffney, Beck, hannity, O’Reilly, Coulter, InGraham.

      • http://www.facebook.com/timbones.oneil Tim O’Neil

        No, Phil, you just named the handful of columnists and commentators that are not  carrying water for Obummer. 

  • kegan05

    This pathetic CLOWN was defeated by the Peter Principle years ago!   No wonder he wound up in the U S Government!  The dumb bas tard couldn’t qualify for any other job.

  • TraderJo

    3 gaffes in 3 days?  Isn’t that some kind of record?

    Ya gotta wonder who’s writing his speeches or if it’s a deliberate to distract from Obumble’s disaster of an economy.

    I’m thinking Joe will fall conveniently ill just before his debate with Ryan, and Obumble will step in.  That’d still be a hoot since Ryan can hold his own!

    • CCNV

      In that case, I’ll have my pencil and paper ready to count the “ums”, “uhs”, “ahs” and countless dumb looks from obaMAO.

    • sjangers

      Nah.  For Joe Biden, three gaffes in three days is just warming up!

    • Phil Silverman

      lady palin has the Guinness on that.

  • Irishroadman

    I think we need to give Joe at least 3 do over answers during the debate with Ryan. If not, I am afraid Joe will break down weeping after the first five minutes. Either that or he may ask somebody in audience to come take his place…

  • Adam Martin Aguiar

    I think I know why Obama has not had attempts at his life……it has been the thought that Biden would then become POTUS! God! can you imagine that possibilty…that Biden would become POTUS

  • http://www.facebook.com/matt.workman.31 Matt Workman

    Whom would you have a heart beat away from being a president ? Joe Biden vs Paul Ryan http://shar.es/vPiFC

    • Michael

      Without a doubt, Paul Ryan.  The man has the moral “center” (honesty, integrity, duty, etc.) and the intellect needed to deal with critical issues on our behalf.

    • asl3676

      You would rather have Eddie Munster…why because you loved a moron like Sarah Palin?

      • Jeffreydan

          Governor Palin is smarter than Biden, but being smarter than Biden isn’t exactly a major achievement.
          Moreover, she is smarter than Obama, just not slick enough to satisfy the shallow masses.   

        • asl3676

          Obviously Sarah Palin is smarter than you…I’m amazed at your thought process…perhaps you just like arguing….

          • Jeffreydan

              And there is ample proof here that I am vastly smarter than you. There’d be even more proof if you didn’t flee whenever things got too challenging for you. 

              You ought to stop being so hateful, though. It doesn’t make you appear smart, just liberal. 

        • Phil Silverman

          Really? Smarter?Biden did not quit his post because it was too detailed.

          • Jeffreydan

              You are repeating a falsehood. Check your facts next time. 

              If you think Biden is anything more than a blathering simpleton, check your cognitive skills.

  • Adam Martin Aguiar

    I agree with your assesment of Biden.

  • Drew Page

    It’s one thing to misspeak and commit a harmless gaffe like saying “strategery” when the proper word is strategy, or like saying “corpseman” when the proper word is corpsman.  It’s another thing entirely to blame the death of a man’s wife on the head of a corporation that laid off its employees before going out of business, especially when the facts don’t bear out the complaint.   It’s another thing entirely to suggest that someone who suggests needed Medicare reforms is going to push an old lady in a wheelchair over a cliff.   And it’s really despicable to suggest to a largely black audience that the Republican presidental candidate wants to bring back slavery.    

     “Biden is a careless and foolish man.   He is not morally qualified to be the Vice President.  But then again, neither is his boss. 

    • asl3676

      And you a re a judge of someone else’s morality based upon what? Your vast experience in government service? Your knowledge of the legal world? Your wtching too much Fox News?

      • Michael

        Why in hell would you think “vast experience in government service” equates to an ability to judge another’s morality?  Your comment is a prime example of the idiocy of the Left.  You worship government as if it were a god.  You should move to a country where communism still plays a role.  You’ll do well there. 

  • gozzub

    Your share gadget SUCKS…. I want to e-mail a friend…How do I do it with that unfriendly tool???????

  • rightsideofSF

    The Biden/Ryan debates are sure to please.

    • shrodingersdog

      No one likes to see retard beatings.

      • Jpetrie21

        Your use of the word ‘retard’ makes you look more of a fool than Biden.

        • Iowa48

          Mental retardation (MR) is a generalized disorder appearing before adulthood, characterized by significantly impaired cognitive functioning and deficits in two or more adaptive behaviors.The terms used to describe this condition are subject to a process called the euphemism treadmill. This means that whatever term is chosen for this condition, it eventually becomes perceived as an insult. The terms mental retardation and mentally retarded were invented in the middle of the 20th century to replace the previous set of terms, which were deemed to have become offensive. By the end of the 20th century, these terms themselves have come to be widely seen as disparaging and politically incorrect and in need of replacement.[2] The term intellectual disability or intellectually challenged is now preferred by most advocates in most English-speaking countries. Clinically, however, mental retardation is a subtype of intellectual disability, which is a broader concept and includes intellectual deficits that are too mild to properly qualify as mental retardation, too specific (as in specific learning disability), or acquired later in life, through acquired brain injuries or neurodegenerative diseases like dementia. Intellectual disabilities may appear at any age. Developmental disability is any disability that is due to problems with growth and development. This term encompasses many congenital medical conditions that have no mental or intellectual components, although it, too, is sometimes used as a euphemism for MR.[3] Because of its specificity and lack of confusion with other conditions, mental retardation is still the term most widely used and recommended for use in professional medical settings, such as formal scientific research and health insurance paperwork. Who da fool now, beach?

          • Jpetrie21

            Saying someone has mental retardation (in a clinical sense) and refering to someone as a retard are two completely different things. I don’t believe the post above had anything to do with a diagnosis. The poster was being derogatory and I do not find it appropriate.

          • Iowa48

            Actually, in Biden’s case, it is indeed an accurate diagnosis.

        • shrodingersdog

          I suppose a reference to special olympics bowling is more appealing to your tastes.

      • Brian_Bayless

        “No one likes to see retard beatings.”

        That is a disgusting comment.

        • Iowa48

          The terms used to describe this condition are subject to a process called the euphemism treadmill. This means that whatever term is chosen for this condition, it eventually becomes perceived as an insult. So whatever pc term you are currently using, will eventually become an insult, so you are the one using a “disgusting comment,” as it is merely a matter of timing.

          • sjangers

            We do some interesting things with language, Iowa48.  One of the most interesting is the way we choose to take offense at certain words.

            I remember when I started out in mental health, about twenty years ago, there was a big debate going on among enlightened MH workers as to whether we should continue to refer to those we served as “clients”.  Many felt the term was somehow demeaning.  They thought we should refer to our customers as “consumers”. 

            Somewhere in the process a large group of our customers got together for one of their support group meetings and were asked whether or not we should call them “clients” or “consumers”.  The overwhelming majority said they were perfectly happy to be referred to as “clients”, so of course we started calling them “consumers”.  I don’t know how the customers felt about this, but apparently it made some of us who worked in the field feel better about ourselves.

      • asl3676

        Who is the retard Eddie Munster Ryan?

  • Paul O’Pinion

    I think we all know that Yogi is much more accomplished than Joe.  Yogi was always funny, Joe is a buffoon.

  • Trent

     “Look, John’s last-minute economic plan does nothing to tackle the
    number-one job facing the middle class, and it happens to be, as Barack
    says, a three-letter word: jobs. J-O-B-S, jobs.”
    I just about died laughing at this one!

  • ShifoBrains

    Uh, I think Government Motors IS making 20th century automobiles, that’s why nobody wants them

  • Homer

    With Obama campaign go low, that’s the kind of answer Romney needs

  • http://www.facebook.com/jim.snape Jim Snape

    Biden is twice as smart by half as anyone who voted for him. Same goes for his boss.

    • Michael

      I agree.  The key phrase there is “anyone who voted for him.” 

  • Ray_Van_Dune

    Effective leaders surround themselves with the most effective team they can in order to succeed. Obama surrounds himself with fools so he can pretend to succeed.

  • Phil

    In 2008, Obama/Biden ran on Hope and Change. In 2012, they’re running on Anger and Envy. And based on what I’m hearing, it’s working. How sad.

  • http://twitter.com/St_Louis_Ray Ray Raney

    Shame on you for bringing an innocent to this party. You owe Berra an apology.

    Biden’s world is full of old racial stereotypes. He is uninformed. He is lazy. He can barely carry a thought beyond one sentence. He craves attention, and he thinks the way to get it is to use tag lines.

    Do you think Biden would have been offended if someone had told him after the speech, ‘that’s mighty white of you Joe’? I think not.

    There it is, and it isn’t pretty.

  • MARYJOE

    Bernie,
    Let’s put Biden on Are you Smarter than a 5th Grader? That would be really interesting to see Joe once again make a fool of himself!!!

  • Tinnman32

    buf·foon/bəˈfo͞on/
    Noun:A ridiculous but amusing person; a clown.Synonyms:clown – jester – zany – harlequin – fool – merry-andrew – Joe Biden

  • Fred

    What I get a kick out of is someone like Bill Mahre who calls Paul Ryan an idiot just like Palin, but you could bet your house he’d call Joe brilliant.

    • Brian_Bayless

      No one would call Biden brilliant.

  • Reservecop

    I’ve been blessed to have spent many hours with Yogi and not once did he ever ask me what state he’s in and he’s doesn’t get lost with forks in the road

  • Berryraymond

    To refer to Yogi ( Larry) in the same sentence with Biden is to do disservice to Mr. Berra.  After all Yogi could hit a pitch out of the strike zone, Biden doesn’t know where the strike zone is, and perhaps thinks it is where the AFL-CIO headquarters is located.

  • http://shawmut.blogspot.com/ Dave O’Connor

    We could all empathize with Berra.  In many cases, he just canonized the obvious (as he perceived it).  With Biden we can’t be sure – from ‘BFD’ (so vice presidential) to “chains” to “If we do everything right, if we do it with absolute certainty, there’s still a 30% chance we’re going to get it wrong.”
    Perhaps he could have thought through and said we might not be successful. Articulating fallacy, rather than reducing the clarity between “right” and/or “wrong”. 

  • Itasara

    The word out “in the street” at lease far as my neighbor goes, Paul Ryan is a religious right winger religious zealot. She doesn’t know whom to vote for but a lot of us are afraid of religious folk who try to push their own agenda on some of us who do not share their opinion or beliefs. On the other hand  he seems more practical about about the economy. I’d would have voted for Yogi Berra anytime . Joe Biden from my overall impression had been rather neutral in the scheme of things.

    • Michael

      The street is also where whores and drug dealers and other assorted criminal trash hang out.  Your information about Paul Ryan is just as reliable.  Do your own research, and think for yourself.

    • Tinnman32

      We have abundant reason to rejoice, that, in this land, the light of truth and reason has triumphed over the power of bigotry and superstition, and that every person may here worship God according to the dictates of his own heart. In this enlightened age, & in this land of equal liberty, it is our boast, that a man’s religious tenets will not forfeit the protection of the laws, nor deprive him of the right of attaining & holding the highest offices that are known in the United States. Part of a letter George Washington wrote, I guess according to your neighbor most men elected to president wouldn’t have.

    • Rnargi

       Both Biden and Ryan are Catholics….there is no ‘degree’ of Catholicism.  There are none more “radical” than others.  You either are Catholic or you aren’t.  John F Kennedy was a Catholic.  You need to relax, no one is going to push their religious beliefs on you.  First and foremost, they can’t. It’s against the Constitution.  You should know this.

    • Drew Page

      Ask your neighbor when was the last time he saw Ryan holding a Bible on a pulpet, preaching the word of God.    Ryan may have his own religious beliefs as many of us do, but what piece of legislation has Paul Ryan proposeded that pushed his religious beliefs (if indeed he has any) on the rest of us?   Has your neighbor given you a concrete example of Paul Ryan’s religious zealotry?

    • Paul Courtney

      Joe Biden is a catholic coward, but he is NOT NEUTRAL.  Just one example is enough-he supports a health care bill pushing a left-wing zealot position (free birth control and abortion pills) on employers.  As Drew says below, what’s Paul Ryan done to use gov’t to push his religious views on others?  If Ryan is a right wing religious zealot, you would not know it from his record.  You and your neighbor ought to be afraid of zealots who try to push their agenda on you, and if you keep your ears open, you’ll discover a fear of democrats.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Kenneth-Glenn-Koons/1313421958 Kenneth Glenn Koons

    On it goes Bernie. The Dems are ahead but they are ahead with polls polling bigger samples of Dems and they are depending on stupid comments to lure the……stupid. How many Indies, Reagan Dems, Libertarians , TEAS think that the Pub duo is going to chain blacks or shackle the economy?? If anybody has put people in eco. chains , it is the last 3.8 yrs. of Obamacare, debt, deficit, taxes, regs and spending hikes.  Smears seem to work on the uninformed and bitter. We shall see if there are more takers than makers and producers over non-producers.  If the takers win, the Republic is done.

  • Pwildfire

    Yogi Berra caught a perfect game.  In a World Series.

  • Bruce A.

    I can’t remember which commentator called Joe Biden the Presidents life insurance.

  • Mnoulie

    That’s all good Bernie, but it’s kinda surfacy stuff easily attributable to poor public speaking skills.  I’d like to see him caught in more lies and dirty fear mongering.

  • rbblum

    To mention anything about Joe Biden really could result in bad karma . . . . one in which Hillary could be introduced as Obama’s choice for VP.

    Chicago politics is what it is: unAmerican . . . and for the Saul Alinsky statists. 

  • rlpincus

    “The Next President of the United States–Paul Ryan!!!!”

    • CCNV

      Let me introduce to you the next President — the next Vice
      President of the United States of America, Joe Biden.

      On this Memorial Day, as our nation honors its unbroken line
      of fallen heroes — and I see many of them in the audience here
      today — our sense of patriotism is particularly strong.

      I’ve now been in 57 states — I think one left to go.

      In case you missed it, this week, there was a tragedy in Kansas.
      Ten thousand people died — an entire town destroyed.

      My friends, we live in the greatest nation in the history
      of the world. I hope you’ll join with me as we try to change
      it.

      Do I need to continue??

  • Paul Borden

    It finally hit me. Joe actually plagiarized Yogi! To answer your question, Yogi is smarter because there always was an element of truth to those funny things he said, like, “Nobody goes there any more because it’s too crowded.” Think for a moment. How many times have you decided not to go to a particular restaurant because it’s too crowded?!

  • http://www.facebook.com/ted.wight Ted Wight

    Unfortunately most voters don’t get to see the “real” Biden, nor Obama for that matter.  The Left-wing media is still a powerful and open advocate for Obama/Biden.

    It’s time for some R and R  or R & R!

  • Wheels

    The VP debates will be like Mario Andretti debating Rainman on who is the better driver. No offense to Rainman.

  • Wheels

    This just shows you how unimportant a VP is when the President is young and healthy. Look at how many people were afraid of Palin as a VP – McCain was not young and healthy. So, we all will be asking ourselves why so many are afraid of Ryan as a VP when Romney is young and healthy – and actually smart too.
    Be afraid Obama / Biden supporters – be very afraid.

  • Collier Clark

    You don’t realize the problem.  Joe has to open his mouth to change feet.

  • asl3676

    Looks like a hate fest today from all of Bernie’s older white neighbors….How great the haters have a place to congregate….

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/2YDX5I5GQXZ2KHVHKKTLRICZUY American Veteran

       

      We are just giving back a little of the enormous amount of  this “treatement”, received from the  other side.  Looks like they do not like the taste of their own medicine!

      • asl3676

        It’s good to see that you use the collective “we are just giving back”….good therapy and safer than watching Fox News….LOL

    • Michael

      Get back in line before you miss your next government handout. ;)

      • asl3676

        I accept all government handouts I qualify for as well as all tax deductions I qualify for…..Dont’ you?

    • ronk1957

      What;s the matter ? Race card not working anymore ? Start using  “The Haters”.  Any time a Lib wants to Criticize a rule of law or another persons opinion and can’t think of an intelligent comment they use “racist or the Haters”. what a bunch of garbage. Don’t agree with me , you are a “Hater”. Don’t believe in ignoring immigration law ? You are a “Racist”. Get an opinion , don’t just sit there and call people names like a 5 year old. It doesn’t work anymore.

      • asl3676

        Few Republicans are racists.. They are just prejudiced against anyone or anything they are not familiar with like minorities, gays and educated people…

        • Jeffreydan

           “Few Republicans are racists.. They are just prejudiced against anyone or anything they are not familiar with like minorities, gays and educated people…”
          Said the chronic conservative/Republican/FNC basher A*s**l*.

          • asl3676

            I am prejudiced against hateful and ignorant people….unless they are my relatives….then I have lots of tolerance…..LOL

    • MARYJOE

      Are you kidding or what? Obama has divided this country on race so bad it’s not funny.

      • asl3676

        Are your Black and Latino neighbors and friends not talking to you because Obama is POTUS? Have your minority friends stopped inviting over for dinner? Do you have contact with any minorities other than those who cut your grass? This country is “more divided”? Based on wha? The race baiters on FOX NEWS?

    • Jeffreydan

        I never got an answer from you: let’s make a bet, where Harry Reid either backs up his infamous claim that Governor Romney failed to pay taxes (upon which I agree to vocally support and vote for Obama) or fails to back it up (upon which you agree to vocally support and vote for Mitt Romney). 

        Man up, sonny.  

      • asl3676

        In the litigation world that’s called “proving a negative”…Harry Reid siad someone told him…The someone is supposedly John Huntsman Sr… If he doesn’t show his returns we’ll never know the facts…

        • Jeffreydan

            You’re not copping out this time.

            This is so simple even you should understand it. It’s not Governor Romney’s responsibility to prove his accuser wrong. It’s his accuser’s responsibility to prove himself right. If you still don’t get it, have someone close to you explain it again using less syllables or visual aids.

            This isn’t about Romney showing us anything so we’ll know the facts. This is about Reid showing us whether he actually knows what he claims, or he is a lying scum.

            So, you still gonna take the coward route?  

          • asl3676

            That’s not how it works in the court of public opinion or in civil litigation…You have no clue what you are talking about but if Romney would rather lose the election than show his returns I’m OK with it…

          • Jeffreydan

              Damn, copping out is a regular hobby for you.

              Enjoy the coward route, hope it has lovely scenery.

          • asl3676

            Absurd bet………I will bet you $100 to the charity of your choice that Obama wins…

  • floridahank

    Is there the slightest possibility that Joe’s senility will reach a point soon that Obama will declare him brain-dead and choose Hilary to be his VP mate?
    “It ain’t over til it’s over”  Stranger things have happened in the bottom of the 9th.

  • asl3676

    The question should be who’s smarter Bernie Goldberg or Yogi Berra…… Biden and Berra have had great accomplishments and have served their country…What’s Bernie and his boss O’Reilly ever done for anyone but themselves?

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/2YDX5I5GQXZ2KHVHKKTLRICZUY American Veteran

      By asking the question, it seems that the answer can confuse you more.

      • asl3676

        Perhaps….LOL  ..Bernie’s greatest accomplishment is being able to maintain his fine head of hair at his age….

        • Brian_Bayless

          Watch Bernie’s work on 48 Hours and Real Sports on HBO. Its excellent stuff and not usually involving politics so you cant use that against him with those shows. If you do, then you my friend, are the biased one.

        • Kathie Ampela

          Now who sounds like the hatemonger…if you hate Bernie don’t come back to this website, get a life. I left the schoolyard many years ago, how about you?  You can disagree with Bernie’s politics without resorting to personal attacks.

          Bernie had the balls to stand up to the Democratic Media Monolith and walk away from his long tenure at CBS, I’m sure it was not something hid did lightly. I’m sure it would have been far easier for him to keep his mouth shut, collect a big paycheck from CBS and keep the cocktail party invitations coming, but he chose to quit CBS, write the book “Bias” and sound the alarm about the liberal monopoly over the news media in America. Know one cares if you are a liberal thinker, the news media from Murrow/Cronkite/Brokaw/Rather/Jennings and so many others deliver the news from the same POV and refuse to take any responsibility for their own bias. Bill O’Reilly, Fox News and all the bloggers on the net are a response to a 40 year monopoly on the message. Liberals are pissed because they no longer control the message.

          You want to disagree with politics, fine go right ahead. You can make a substantive argument without schoolyard bullying.  If you hate Bernie, don’t come back here….he doesn’t have to keep this forum open…it’s his website, he can shut down this forum if he wants…he is gracious enough to allow bullies like you to air your opinions.  If you hate Fox, don’t watch. But you don’t have the right to control the message or bully and personally attack those with whom you disagree.

          • asl3676

            Wow…You sound angry and victimized…playing the victim seems to be a common theme among Goldberg followers….if you don’t like the message attack the messenger..

          • Kathie Ampela

            Wow..if that’s not the pot calling the kettle black! At least I’m not hiding behind an anonymous comment…the MO of a liberal bully.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GE7RQIWYBNBPNPK2BD3GEUDCQE ph16

      Bernie’s won Emmys at CBS and HBO and has tried to discuss about bias in the mainstream media for the purpose of making it more trustworthy that people would believe them and explain what exactly that bias is. What have you done is my question?

      • asl3676

        Who are you Bernie Goldberg’s publicist? Bernie has had a nice career and was a respected journalist before he became O’Reilly’s butt boy….Bernie has become a an Archie Bunker type charachter..What’s unfortunate is that his only agenda is too make money form other old white folks..

    • Kuchlenz

      Berra served his country. Biden’s been in politics his entire life.

    • Michael

      Bernie and O’Reilly have offered those of us who refused to drink the Left’s Kool-Aid an alternative source of information and analysis.  In a democracy, that is a valuable service.

  • Val

    How did Biden ever get elected to office?  What a buffoon, I think most of America has higher IQ’s than this idiot! 

    • JamesD2011

      Same way Obummer got elected – a very ignorant electorate.

  • ImaGOPgal

    Check out #GuessBidensNextGaffe on Twitter, some of those comments are hilarious. 

  • Sue Nolan

    Well, Bernie,

    I don’t know about you, but I’ll miss Yogi Berra more than Joe Biden.  Yogi had a way of stumbling upon the truth and leaving us laughing after he tripped up.  Those were the good old days when a nickel was worth a dime.

    Sue Nolan
    Lima, Peru 

  • MARYJOE

    Bernie,
    Even Yogi Bear is smarter than Joe Biden. I don’t know how they get away with these racist comments. Do you remember during the 2008 campaign, Joe said you can’t go into a 7/11 and not here people speaking funny English? Of course he was referring to the people from India, who happen to work for a living and don’t come to this country relying on welfare, like a lot of our own people do.

  • Kathie Ampela

    Conservatives are pounding the drum about Biden’s gaffes…but will the liberal media? A few weeks ago they HAMMERED Mitt Romney in London for a pseudo-gaffe…but will Biden get a pass…(MEDIA BIAS 101)  Not to think like a conspiracy theorist but the Biden buffoonery could be a calculated measure by Team Obama….Obama would have to choose the nuclear option, dump Biden and put Hillary on the ticket. Yet that would seem desperate and pathetic, wouldn’t it?

    • asl3676

      What politician gets a pass on a gaffe? It’s what cable news is all about….stop whining and playing the victim…Romney is a pathetic politician who runs on Fox every day to whine and play victim….

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GE7RQIWYBNBPNPK2BD3GEUDCQE ph16

         Stop denying the mainstream media has a liberal bias in the way it covers or doesn’t cover newsstories. And stop acting like Fox is some fire-breathing monster ready to devour liberals. You’re just simply a leftist with an agenda and your type of people is what’s ruining America.

        • asl3676

          Who is the mainstream media? Anyone who doesn’t agree with you? Stop whining…there is plenty of media for all of us to read..if you can read?

        • asl3676

          I’m ruining America? Your blaming me for your problems? Look in the mirror….

      • Jeffreydan

          If you hate whiners, why are you such a loyal supporter of Obama, and why do you keep coming here and whining?

        • asl3676

          My loyalty is not to Obama its to the people who make this country a great place to live..America is unique because we have the higher percentage of middle class families than other countries. Republicans don’t give a damn about workers or their families..They all practice one religion….GREED..

          • Jeffreydan

            “Republicans don’t give a damn about workers or their families..They all practice one religion….GREED..”

              Say that if you please, but you have no right to call others bigots then.  

          • asl3676

            Webster Dictionary definition of bigot—a person who is obstinately or intolerantly devoted to his or her own opinions and prejudices; especially : one who regards or treats the members of a group (as a racial or ethnic group) with hatred and intolerance

      • MARYJOE

        You need to stop drinking the kool-aid!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

        • asl3676

          I prefer Diet Pepsi…..Kool Aid is what Republican millionaires feed their minions …I’m sure if Romney wins he’ll find a war to start to get the public to forget their problems and rally around the flag…Also Fox News loves wars….

          • MARYJOE

            Why is it that liberals like you always bring up RACE?

          • asl3676

            When did I bring up RACE?

    • Wheels

      The reason is that the left takes Romney seriously and nobody takes Biden seriously.

  • Deny916

    Let’s just hope he’s unemployed come November!!!!!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GX6IS3CUXZKIEMD6LWHZ5ZBWWU John

    Who? Me? Miss Joe Biden? I hope that my laughter can be heard echoing all through what passes for Mr. Gaffe-a-Minute’s cranial corridors.;)

  • Barjandor

    What an absolute moron.  What worries us more is that this guy was re-elected to the US Senate, how many times?  Scary! 

    His jobs comment is asinine.  Reminds us of a Canadian politician, when responding to the then Premier of a province, who was touting about all the “jobs…… that’s J-O-B-S….” he was and would be creating said, “I don’t have a problem with the J-O, it’s the B-S that worries me”. 

    Why hasn’t the main stream media jumped on his “chains” comment?  The innuendo is unmistakable.  Had a Republican candidate made a like comment, they’d have been down on him faster than a duck on a June bug. 

    We’ve never witnessed a Presidential campaign with the degree of viciousness being waged by one side of the equation.  We believe it is unprecedented in the electoral history of the United States.   

  • APKlamm

    I fully expect  an October surprise from The Chosen One’s campaign.With the Joe Biden gaffe machine on permanent display, an “unanticipated medical concern” could occur, paving the way for Hillary as VP. Gov. Palin mentioned   it in passing last night on Greta(which I think was an “oops” moment), but it may be all Obama has left…

  • Walter

    Glad that he is campaigning in all 57 States!

  • beniyyar

    These “Biden” moments have to be deliberate, no human being could make such howlers by accident!

  • http://www.facebook.com/chris.oakley.906 Chris Oakley

    Joe Biden’s the kind of

  • Paul Courtney

    Here’s the scariest part- when Joe Biden was put on the ticket in ’08, his long Senate career would give the needed “gravitas”.  Which is too say, Obama had less “gravitas” than Biden.  And despite these hilarious, chronic malaprops by old Joe, it’s true-he has more gravitas than Obama, who has none.

  • theslowrider

    The Hair Club may be harvesting too deeply into the back of his head! He reminds me of car salesmen I’ve met over the years.

  • Wfia

    Awh, come on!
    Give the poor guy a break will ya. I don’t think he’s ever got his own name wrong yet, or has he?
    Anyway it’s probably quite a challenge for the guy just to get dressed every day so have some compassion will ya:)

  • Solo4357

    I still love him telling everyhone how FDR got on TV after the stock market crash. No tv and he wasn’t president at the time but hey, like every democrat, never let a fact get in the way of a good soundbite.

    • kegan05

      Thanks for reminding me of one of the funniest of his numerous Ignorant Rants!  I had forgotten about that one.  lol!

  • Trapp

    You’re going to get a lot of complaints from Yogi fans.

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/2YDX5I5GQXZ2KHVHKKTLRICZUY American Veteran

       Nah!  Yogi fans are as lighthearted as he was.  They know a joke is coming way before anyone else does

      • http://leatherpenguin.com/wordpress/ TC_LeatherPenguin

        I’d bet getting Yogi to stick to the script was the biggest problem when he shot the Aflac commercial.

        • Trapp

          My comment was meant lightheartedly as well. Meanwhile, I’ve been in a good mood all day just because we’re talking about Yogi!

  • Andy

    And dont’ forget what he said about Obama being “clean and articulate” and his 7-11, Indians comments. Can you imagine if he were a Republican? He’d be called stupid and racist. Classic media bias.

  • http://twitter.com/ransto Randall Stokes

    Now we all know what would have happened if HE were elected president and Obama the vice….it is so scary to think about it. Dumb and dumber !

  • Mjaybat2002

    Every time I see Biden on TV I feel my IQ growing…

  • Djfill

    Biden has the mouth that keeps on giving! Love the free entertainment. By the way, Yogi is a genius!

  • Quintus Cicero

    At least Yogi knew what he was doing