Republicans are being “ridiculous” and are trying to “distract attention” with their focus on Vice President Biden and his controversial comments earlier this week, White House press secretary Jay Carney said.
“They know that what they’re saying about this is ridiculous,” Carney said at a briefing with reporters, adding that it’s an “obvious” attempt to take attention away from policy issues.
Whom do we have to thank for this turn of events?
Sarah Palin, that’s who.
Biden’s week of gaffetastic speeches was and still is terrifying Democrats, especially as the contrast between Biden and Paul Ryan grows more and more obvious. Barack Obama had the chance to replace Biden with Hillary Clinton, a move which would have energized the Dem base. But he could not be seen agreeing with or taking the advice of Sarah Palin, who suggested that Biden’s “chains” remark should earn him a firing. When Palin appeared on Fox and said that Biden should go, Obama had to keep him. Palin forced his hand.
The dummy Palin outsmarted Professor Obama once again. Heh.
Since his selection of Paul Ryan, it appears the commentariat has grudgingly conceded this election to Mitt Romney. They’re doing what they can to create tension in a story of their own creation with an ending they didn’t expect, but deep down they realize the end has come. The reason for the unexpected ending to this narcissistic melodrama is because Sarah Palin has bravely stood her ground. As a cornerstone for conservatism, Ms. Palin never flinched as foul barbarians launched attack after attack upon her character. With no support from supposed allies, Ms. Palin’s bravery and cunning paved the way for Mr. Ryan’s nomination as VPOTUS. Certainly, conservatives have had their foot soldiers in the past, but Ms. Palin is the one who history will be unable to ignore as the stalwart who never wavered in the face of marauding bands of sycophants, shining a guiding light in a dark night of our Republic’s life. We all stand upon the shoulders of our past and we own an eternal gratitude to Ms. Palin and her family for their strength and courage. By choosing Paul Ryan as his running mate, Mitt Romney has publicly acknowledged the strength of conservatism and the courage of Ms. Palin. For without her example, Mr. Ryan would be just another backbencher in a party of clowns used for the entertainment of evil men and nasty women who’s allegiance to a Russian named, Putin, is stronger than for an American named, Palin.
Joke Biden on the ticket means that Obama has no running mate to act as the attack dog. True, he has the press, but they are becoming embarrassing and the folks are (slowly) getting wise. No one thinks the press is nonpartisan anymore. It’s either back into the attic with Uncle Joe, or risk ridicule and gaffe…
It would be a total no win for Hillary Clinton to even consider the VP role. If President Obama should get reelected he’ll have set the dems so far back by the end of his first year they will never see the light of day again.