The Obama administration is showing it’s frustration in not being able to connect on relative issues during it’s campaign by resorting to humor. Joe Biden has apparently been taken out of moth balls as the big gun. He has recently engaged in speculation that Romney would have screwed up the successful capture of UBL.
This font of confused logic from a man who remembers listening to Franklin Roosevelt’s “fireside chats” in 1929 in spite of the fact that they began in 1932 when Roosevelt was elected. Biden has a long record of gaffes as a visit to any number of search engines will prove.. By involving the court jester in his campaign, Obama must really be worried about his campaign. By injecting this bit of humor perhaps Obama is attempting to appeal to his late night talk show followers. Leno, Letterman or Fallon would provide accurate venues on which to base Biden’s comedic presentations.
During a recent visit to CBS’s Face The Nation, Biden fumbled his way through the interview by misstating his interpretation of the facts for the truth. In describing the bailout he stated: “It wasn’t popular but made GM the largest corporation in the world”. In actual fact GM’s standing among corporations is as follows:
Number of employees in the US: 23rd By market cap 41.0 Billion Apple 575 Billion. By revenue: GM 135.6 billion. Wal-Mart 421.9 billion.GM’s profits 6.2 billion. ATT&T 19.9 billion. By any standards the V.P. misrepresented the truth. He boasted of GM hiring “hundreds of thousands” of new employees. They now have 208,000. Before Obama they had 263,000.
Biden typifies this administration’s penchant for careless attention to the truth and emphasis on what sounds good. His addition to Obama’s campaign Joe should provide Republicans with rheams of material fit for any comedy show