“Let’s get it straight, guy. Don’t screw around with me.”
VP Joe Biden, America’s premier illustration of the Peter Principle in action, again threatens that rapes and murders will increase if Congress doesn’t pass Obama‘s $447 billion jobs bill –- using brutal sexual and violent imagery in his sales pitch for the second time in a week. He was speaking to a group of Philadelphia police officers, in a bumbling response to critics who call the excessive spending another temporary stopgap.
The Democrat-controlled Senate even defeated Obama’s wild spending bill last Tuesday.
A week ago, Biden used the identical violence-laced metaphors in the same context during a speech in Michigan.
“Let me tell you, it’s not temporary when that 9-1-1 call comes in and a woman’s being raped. If a cop shows up in time to prevent the rape, it’s not temporary to that woman,” Biden shouted. “It’s not temporary to the guy whose store is being held up and has a gun being pointed to his head if a cop shows up and he’s not killed. That’s not temporary to that store owner. Give me a break — temporary,” he sputtered. “I wish these guys who thought it was temporary, I wish they had some notion what it’s like be on the other side of a gun or a 200-pound man standing over you telling you to submit,” he added. “Folks, it matters. It matters.”
Don’t be surprised if this embodiment of reaching the “level of incompetence,” suddenly announces he wants to step aside to “devote more time to his family.” It’s the stock line for those with a footprint placed firmly on their backside as they face the door.
It would seem Obama’s plummeting polling numbers are enough of a calamity for him without having to deal with this abysmal fool.