Joe the Senator Speaks

Maybe is a good thing Joe Biden has loose lips. If people would actually listen to him instead of tuning him out after he utters his first “let me repeat that ,” he just might sink the Obama ship with one of his verbal torpedoes.
ABC reports that Joe Biden is actually correct about (gasp!) a foreign policy subject. Biden boasts the he’s “forgotten more about foreign policy than most of my colleagues know.” (Joe the braggard.) But he goes on to admit that our enemies are chomping at the bit to test the “brilliant” 47 year old junior senator from Illinois in his first six months as president through perhaps a “generated crisis.” Hmmm…maybe our enemies have been reading some Alinsky too?

“Mark my words,” the Democratic vice presidential nominee warned at the second of his two Seattle fundraisers Sunday. “It will not be six months before the world tests Barack Obama like they did John Kennedy. The world is looking. We’re about to elect a brilliant 47-year-old senator president of the United States of America. Remember I said it standing here if you don’t remember anything else I said. Watch, we’re gonna have an international crisis, a generated crisis, to test the mettle of this guy.”

(Joe the Oracle)
This is an interesting admission coming from a presidential ticket that blames American foreign policy for most of humanity’s problems. Not only does Biden admit that there are foreign powers out there that proactively plot to harm the United States regardless of America’s “dangerous policies”, but he also admits that electing Obama is a perilous move because it might embolden one or more of our enemies “to test the mettle of this guy” (Joe the realist). If JFK’s handling of his “tests” are any indications of what’s to come, buckle up because it’s going to be a bumpy ride.
Senator Biden warns his liberal Seattle audience to “Gird your loins.” I’m assuming that he’s cautioning them about the sharp left turn that the Obama express is going to make- a turn so sharp to the left that it might irk even Seattle’s Liberal elite. (Joe the tour guide)
I assume a left turn because well, it’s Obama’s bus and Senator Biden goes on to refer to the current economic crisis as “systemic”

… this is more than just a capital crisis, this is more than just markets. This is a systemic problem we have with this economy.

The problem, according to Joe the economist, is the free market system and Senator Obama has made a career, albeit short and unspectacular, of critiquing the free market system and offering up the state as the solution and arbiter of fairness -kind of like you know, those guys with the beards.(marx and fidel). So that’s why I assume that their way to fix the “systemic problem” is to make the system less free market and more expensive (or expansive) government. One can hardly expect anything less from a candidate that has admitted that he wants to spread the misery (socialist euphemistically refer to this as “spreading the wealth”) by making the government richer and raising taxes. Some call that Robin Hood economics but it sounds more like the Sherriff of Nottingham plan to me.
That’s two really good reasons not to vote for Obama-Biden and let Joe the Senator, well stay Joe the Senator.

3 thoughts on “Joe the Senator Speaks”

  1. If it is to be a generated crisis, if I where a leader of a nation in the Axis of Weasels, I’d do my dastardly deed right in the middle of The One’s inauguration party. Many of The One’s loyal minions will be…indisposed…and response will be slow to come, and lacking in substance.
    Good thing I’m not inclined to be such a person…

  2. I believe Biden went on to say that in preparation for this Obama is going to do things that may not sit well with Americans and he asked us to continue to support Obama should that happen.
    Now if Bush tries to keep us safe by getting permission to listen in on phone calls or check computers or do things that may not sit well with Americans, we are instructed by Biden and his side to call Bush a tyrant and a disgrace to the office. But here’s Biden warning us that even before something goes off, we must accept whatever Obama deems appropriate.
    I know what I deem appropriate; if there’s going to be trouble as Biden assures us, I want someone who knows in advance from experience how to react to it. I’ll avoid having to face whatever Obama will deem appropriate. I’ll just vote McCain/Palin.

  3. Say it ain’t so, Joe, Biden that is. This looks like you are operating using the politics of fear. Oh, my goodness. That’s just unconscionable.

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