I am a three-letter word: J-E-R-K
From the American Thinker:
His smile was frightening. For most of the night Joe Biden looked like the Joker — Nicholson not Ledger.
After 3 ½ years of Biden’s playing the fool, it is hard to remember he was once considered a serious man, a serious politician. But...Barack wasn’t looking for a serious politician — he wanted a court jester — and that’s what he got.
Now, after playing the fool for so long he has become the fool. Yet, in the debate he wanted to again be a serious man — or at least play one on TV. He clearly showed why Clint Eastwood called him the “intellect” of the Democrat Party.
Biden looked and acted like he was just released from the hospital. His face was pale and his eyes were bouncing.
He may have some serious medical problems.
In other words, a Jackass.
My take away? Is this man (Blow Biden) qualified to be president? I think not.
Biden? Not qualified!
Can some photoshop adept put Biden’s face on the Gieco ad with cackling witch in the broom factory?
“Joe Biteme” acted as people have come to know him already (a condescending blowhard).
But when Obama tries to be aggressive, it’s going to backfire on him. His meanness is already becoming self-apparent to many.
He knows he’s up against the ropes and narcissistic psychopaths do not like to be not liked.
Obama is known as the giver of windy speeches, but not as an aggressor. Every time he gets aggressive, he blows it.
The independents in the middle are the key votes he needs and if he tries to pull a Biden, it’ll look ugly.
More like the party symbol personified: JACKASS!
I will admit to wondering just how far a right hook could
launch those dentures across the room.
Biden gave the liberal base some red meat while turning off the moderate swing voters. His performance last night did not play well in “fly-over country”. Obama and Biden must be in real trouble if they need to shore up their base at this point in the election cycle.
He certainly isn't "grandfatherly" by any stretch of the word, except maybe age.
A more apt description would be "crazy brother-in-law". You know, that obnoxious, boorish, know-it-all, opinionated, smirking, Obama-voting, conversation-hogging ass your dear wife is stuck with for a brother.
No disrespect to normal brothers-in-law everywhere....it's just that I have a soft spot for grandfathers who are generally wise, good-hearted and mellow.....unlike the shrewish, abhorrent, abominable, contemptible, despicable, disgusting, odious, repugnant, loathsome, nefarious Biden.
He hides behind the bumbling old guy image, but is really an attack dog.
The American people don’t mind “jerks” at all; they have voted for them for decades.
Exactly. And Ryan was prepared. He didn't bite. He didn't get flustered.
I told the wifey that Ryan scored when he called Biden out one time and one time only. He drew attention to Bidens attention and moved on. Had Ryan repeatedly called Biden out, out gotten flustered he would have lost.
Ryan was outstanding.
New Romney Ryan ad based on Slow joes grin: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3m2tmYA51tc
Biden is that creepy older guy at the singles’ bar, wearing a fake leather jacket and gold chains, trying to pick up younger chicks who find him repulsive and laugh behind his back.
Biden was the ‘oh so superior’ drunk liberal uncle who ruins every Christmas dinner.
"In addition to claiming he has a higher IQ than the questioner (unprovable either way without getting test scores for them both), Biden insisted that he had three degrees from college (when in fact he had only one, albeit that with a double-major.) He claimed to have been recognized as the "outstanding student" in his college political science department, when in fact he had only been nominated for an award (which he didn't win). Biden claimed to have had a full academic scholarship to law school, when he actually had only a half-scholarship based on financial need.
And most incredibly, at least to me, Biden also claimed to have graduated in the top half of his law school class. That was an incredible whopper, since he actually graduated 76th out of a class of 85--a class rank that reflected, but was not by any means the result solely of, the F he got in a first-year course after he was caught having plagiarized five times from a law review article in a class paper he submitted.
That plagiarism, of course, was dramatic foreshadowing to his plagiarizing from speeches of Labour Party Neil Kinnock, Hubert Humphrey and Robert F. Kennedy during his aborted bid for the 1988 Democratic presidential nomination."
I guess the jerk store has a new best seller.