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BFD: A Biden Fabulist Dud

T245 Wrote: Jul 28, 2012 8:20 AM
The interesting and diisgusting thing about Obama and Biden is that they consistently accuse others of what they themselves are guilty of. What is even more interesting and DISGUSTING is that people believe them.
calhar Wrote: Jul 28, 2012 11:33 AM
About all I can say about your statement is AHMEN>??????????
Wayne251 Wrote: Jul 28, 2012 9:31 AM
If making a good living and being successful is something to be guilty of, then yes Obama and Biden are the kings of hypocrisy. Sadly, neither is a real small business owner, yet they are both wealthy. They have never offered a product or service anyone really wants or needs. They have spent their lives destroying others in order to falsely claim they are doing good and got rich. That is not what business is about in America.
oldnjal Wrote: Jul 28, 2012 10:07 AM
Because our community organizer, Axelrod and Biden all seem so practiced in the things Alinsky recommended, in his book 'Rules for Radicals' , it pleases me that more and more Conservatives are acquainting themselves with Alinsky's ideas.
He and Marx should be very familiar to the Conservative and Liberty lover.
Know you enemy.
LaramiePeak Wrote: Jul 28, 2012 10:34 AM
They provide a service, largesse and most of the people of this country are happy to sign up.

Vice President Joe Biden, America's textbook Beltway barnacle, still labors under the illusion that he is America's middle-class Everyman. And now, he's gone and dragged his adult children into the land of Democratic make-believe. This is a BFD: a Biden Fabulist Dud.

As usual with White House class-warfare demagoguery, reality doesn't fit the wealth-bashing narrative.

At the International Association of Fire Fighters 51st Convention in Philadelphia on Wednesday, Biden stoked passive-aggressive resentment of the 1 percenters. "The wealthy," he sniveled. "God bless 'em," he snarked. "I wish my kids would become wealthy," he sighed before railing against tax relief for all...