Skip to comments.Gaffe-O-Matic: Biden Calls Mitt ‘President Romney’
Posted on 05/08/2012 6:45:47 AM PDT by Silentgypsy
On Meet he Press, Biden referred to Mitt Romney as President Romney.
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I’ve never referred to the anti-American communist in our White House by any title more prestigious than “former junior US Senator from Illinois”, and I never will. As disappointing as I find Romney, I will at least give him the title if he is our nominee and wins the election.
At least it’s known that Romney’s an American. His election would be a huge step forward given how far the American electorate has fallen, how far into the Orwellian abyss that we find ourselves. I don’t think Romney intentionally wants to destroy America, so that’s another plus in his column compared to Obama. I don’t think many conservatives quite grasp the dire straits we find ourselves and the options available. Right now the ship needs to be kept from sinking until we can get it to port.
For our National Security and the safety of our Soldiers, I am voting for Romney.
Maybe Biden is sucking up to Romney and wants to be veep for both tickets, that way he is assured to become the VP for another 4 years.
This is hilarious. This is the second time a writer outside of FR has used the term, “Gaffe-O-Matic,” that I invented!
I love it!
I find it amazing how influential FReepers can be! This just encourages me to keep posting and inventing new words.
Say what ?
Google it man.
You didn’t invent squat.
Try not to embarrass yourself.
He also referred to president obama as “President Clinton.”
Out of the mouths of children.
I thought I had invented something new. Darn!
There is nothing new under the Sun.
That's alright-lol. Heck, Austin Powers's dad said he invented the question mark! He also said his dad accused Chestnuts of being lazy.
Thanks for my third lol of the day!
Maybe you could start a neologism pinglist so that we can say we heard it first?
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