Another Joe Biden gaffe. Last night he told a group of supporters, “I’m proud to be President of the United States.” He was trying to lay it on thick about how wonderful Barack Obama is, and got mixed up on which office he actually holds.
Joe was a real deal today. This is the third post of the day on our esteemed Vice-President’s refinement on display at the swearing-in of U.S. Senators at the U.S. Capitol.
First it was “Spread your legs, you’re going to get frisked” when being photographed with Sen. Heidi Heitkamp and her family. Then it was “Let me know if you need help with your pecs.” Now, we also find out during the same meet and greet time with Senators as they were sworn-in, Biden really warmly greeted the wife of Sen. Angus King.
Wonder what happened during the other swearings-in?
And even more from our esteemed Vice-President, at today’s swearing-in of U.S. Senators.
Joe strikes again!
While posing for a photo with North Dakota Sen. Heidi Heitkamp and her family following her swearing-in as a U.S. Senator today, Joe Biden actually said, “Spread your legs – you’re going to be frisked.” He made the remark after the photographer asked one of the family members to “drop your hands” for the photo.
Poor Joe. Another day – another gaffe.
And to think Democrats made fun of Sarah Palin.
Another day, another Joe Biden gaffe!
Here he is back in Virginia (a lot of the gaffes have happened there) where he twice called Virginia Democrat U.S. Senate Candidate Tim Kaine by the wrong name. He called him “Tom” Kaine. To make it worse, Biden was saying “I’m a big ‘Tom’ Kaine fan. I’m a big ‘Tom’ Kaine fan.”
Such a big fan!
Joe does it again. Here he is campaigning in Ohio today where he talked about all the ads running “Here in Iowa!.”
Joe Biden does it again!
This time he’s trying to falsely attack Republicans for wanting to raise taxes on the middle class (that’s not true), but in the process he said the “Middle Class has been buried the last four years.”
Um, Joe, who has been President and Vice-President THE LAST FOUR YEARS?