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Discussion in 'Politics' started by houtx48, Apr 10, 2009.
pot, thy kettle is black
Hout, I'm not your personal assistant. But, here:
Rove Calls Biden 'Liar' After VP Boasts of Scolding Bush - First 100 Days of Presidency - Politics FOXNews.com
Its gonna be fox news when you don't make a cite.:wink:
Biden, with his storytelling, reminds me of the 60 year old guy that likes to rehash old high school football fables at every chance. The older he gets, the better he was.
if i had an assistant it sure as the hell would not be you............please don't help
Rove calling anyone a liar is kinda hilarious.
What total turd of a human bieng..
Oh, and for his complicity in the outing of the CIA operation tracking fissile material on the black market...
The treasonous fuck should be hung.
Once again, the GOP allows a dubious has-been to be its voice and so that's who people will believe speaks for the GOP.
Steele is a weakling. He caved on his criticism of Limbaugh as soon as Limbaugh challenged him:
"Inarticulate," my ass. Like Eisenhower eventually did with McCarthy, Steele should have stood his ground and said, 'this is where we are taking the party. Limbaugh can follow or be left out in the cold.'
And hello? "Leadership??" Who the fuck is the leader here Mr. Steele? He went from a partychair to a lawnchair in one statement.
It does sound a little difficult to believe that Biden was actually, "telling off the president," in a private meeting in the oval office...several times.
Whether one approves of Rove or not, Biden is a storytelling, blowhard redneck. He is better suited to coaching jr. high football or running a gas station.
but he's not; he's the vp.
live with it. some of us had to put up with cheney; now u know how some of us felt.
Well that is difficult to believe, I have to say that. I don't picture Biden or anyone else, "telling off," the president. The Dems were perfectly happy to stand by and do nothing except collect earmarks while Bush ran everything into the ground.
um... he's the VP.
Traditionally the most useless job in government.
Just because republicans were willing to allow a VP to be the secret president making all of GWs decisions doesn't mean other administrations were so stupidly and unlawfully run.
At least you are conceding that Biden is an idiot.:wink:
Phil may believe that, but he hasn't conceded it anywhere.
I don't know if I've ever really heard anyone truly argue that he isn't.
You have to be an expert in Ayeshogese in order to make the interpretation.:tongue:
Maybe, so what's your justification?
Oh, come on. Unfair.
You can't receive Ayeshogese unless you have an AyeshoVibe Transducer.
I'll bet you're on steriods, too.
joe is the vp .......carlene is a faux news pundit.....big difference and i'm not talking about rove's size.
This, in Ayeshogese, means this:
VP..Traditionally the most useless job in government.
Republicans allowed an idiotic VP to make important decisions and maintain a key voice in shaping policy under the Bush Admin. The Obama Administration knows that Biden is very foolish and ignorant, and won't allow him to do much more than tell a few stories on HBO talk shows.
Three quarters of the peeps in Peoria would agree with that.
Isn't the job description of the VP traditionally to be the best approximation of a "warm bucket of piss" possible?
Obama knew he was selecting a Gaffe-O-Matic in September and went ahead anyway. I've never been a fan of Joe Biden at all, and his personal bankruptcy bill (so craven to the credit industry in Delaware) merely confirmed what I'd always felt.
Karl Rove, on the other hand, is an indicted treasonous felon (who will, assuredly, remain so): Plamegate has his greasy, oddly tiny fingerprints all over it. My one comfort is that Rovian overreach spoiled the republican brand for an entire generation of voters. He makes Machievelli look like Mia Farrow or Phil Donahue.
Stop being so hard on my buddy Joe.We love to sit around his table at the diner and listen to him explain life, then follow him over to the Home Depot for friendly advice on how to build things.