Skip to comments.Biden: I Like Palin But She’s ‘Just So Far Out There’!
Posted on 02/11/2010 11:44:29 AM PST by iloveamerica1980
Video: In his latest gaffe Joe Biden says of Sarah Palin: "I like her. She's an engaging person. She has a great personality. I don't agree with what she says and I think some of the things she says are not, well...." watch for yourself!
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Sounds like “Rimshot Joe” thinks that Palin might be an outsider. That doesn’t sit well with the good old boys club in Washington.
This is almost comical how the left tries to paint themselves as “mainstream” and anyone who is truly mainstream is an out of touch radical.
It really is.....but they’ll never admit it!
Stand up, Chuck!
He's a complete idiot, but he's an endearing idiot. If I met him, I'd buy him a beer. And a clue.
I think if the clip ran longer, Larry King would have proposed to Joe.
Anyone with enough brain matter to bounce neurons around is way out there to Biden. Sarah must seem divine to him.
He says: Here comments are “out there” yet she’s engaging person? Too bad for Biden he is plaugued by the former and is totally void of the later!
This guy is one of Obama’s heartbeats from assuming the Presidency!
Joe, she says what middle America thinks. Joe you are the delusional one - but you are too delusional to see that.
Biden: “Iraq is one of Obama’s greatest accomplishments.”
Uh ... who’s “out there?”
What a Moron.
The list, ping
PALIN: You know why? (doing Obama impression) “Because nobody messes with Joe.”
PALIN: Now, this was all part of that “hope and change” and “transparency” and now a year later I gotta ask those supporters of all that: How is that hopey-changey stuff working out for ya?
AUDIENCE: (wild applause)
Hey Joe Biden,
At least Saracuda isn’t a stinking drunk like you pal.
When Biden say “out there”, he means normal.
What does that mean? It means anything anyone wants it to mean if they intend to disparage Mrs.Palin. Is it a code phrase? Is it a throw-away line? Does Biden mean she is out of the mainstream? I think that may be it. But does he make the case? No, he says he likes her. He sees why people like her. He says she in engaging. He says she is intelligent. He says she speaks well. He says she is an attractive candidate (ya think, Joe?). He fails at every point to make his case.
This is what democrats do. They make unsubstantiated assertions, then walk away, leave it hanging out there to be 'expounded on' by the likes of Larry King.
His answer was not rational in any philosophical sense. The Law of Identy, Joe would have us believe, is the same as the Law of Noncontradiction. He reduces himself to reductio ad absurdum in his pronouncements, all the while shining the diamonds and gold in his incisors.
And he is one heartbeat away from that chair.
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