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Reading Biden’s Not-Running Speech Assures Me Of His Total Stupidity And The Failure Of The Obama-Biden Years

I invite everyone, I implore the entire nation, to read the text of Joe Biden’s speech in which he announces, from the Rose Garden, not that he will run, but that he won’t run for the candidacy of the Democrat party for the office of President.  That announcement requires Rose Garden time?

The speech starts off with a blast of rambling non-thought by Biden in which he stumbles around trying to make a point, such as “I’ve said all along, what I’ve said time and again to others, that it may very well be that that process, by the time we get through it, closes the window on mounting a realistic campaign for president.  That it might close. I’ve concluded, it has closed…that there’s no timetable for this process”. Finally he says “Unfortunately, I believe we’re out of time.”  The man is unable to express himself in the English language.  He just rambles, as in “But I also know that I could do this—I couldn’t do this if the family wasn’t ready. The good news is, the family’s reached that point”.

But aside from this fool man’s near-illiteracy, the points he makes in the text, using words that someone else obviously wrote for him, are at variance with the real world we all know, as well as with the world as Biden states it.  He states that “Obama has led this nation from crisis to recovery”. We’re 18 trillion dollars in debt, the EPA almost daily issues a new regulation that kills thousands more jobs, our cities are witnessing an unbelievable killing spree, illegal immigrants are populating our cities and being protected from criminal investigations by the sanctuary city farce, we have a record high unemployment rate, we have a record number of people on welfare, ISIS dominates the Middle East, Russia is moving into Syria with a full military stance and Netanyahu is visiting Putin before he visits Obama, and Biden thinks we’re witnessing a recovery under the Obama administration?  The man’s an outright fool.

He states that it would be a “tragic mistake if we walk away or attempt to undo the Obama legacy.” Obama considers his legacy to be the nuke deal with Iran which assures Iran’s possession of a nuclear bomb and a vehicle to deliver it, and Biden thinks that undoing that legacy would be a bad thing?  Undoing that legacy is absolutely critical! But of course Biden is talking about more than just the Iran nuke tragedy when he mentions a legacy. But after considering the list of problems facing our nation listed in the preceding paragraph, who could possibly pretend that the Obama administration has a record that doesn’t beg to be reversed?  Only our Joe could suggest this.

Further into the speech Biden talks about our nation having a “really solid foundation” but that “we cannot sustain the current levels of inequality that exist in this country”.  If those quotes don’t contradict each other I don’t know what would.  Biden is stating that “inequality” is running rampant in the Obama administration.  I believe he’s on to something, but I know he doesn’t understand what.

Elsewhere he states that “I believe we have to level the playing field for the American people.  And that’s going to take access to education and opportunity to work”.  Again, Joe is right about our problems and about the disaster that the Department of Education has caused for the public school system throughout the nation, but he’s admitting that the Obama-Biden ticket has failed completely to do anything about it. Of course, his solution would not be to repeal the enabling legislation that created the Department of Education, send everyone working there home and leave the local school districts alone to educate their children as they did successfully until leftists took over education at the federal level.  Ole Joe would just give the Department extra millions of dollars to waste on more-of-the-same and would consider the issue resolved.  And his statement about an “opportunity to work” denies that the EPA and the Obama administration are killing jobs in massive numbers, and that if the EPA had its enabling legislation repealed and our nations’ businesses were then able to concentrate on making money and employing people again, the “opportunities to work” he desires would become a reality.  But this won’t happen with Obama in office.

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Joe “believe(s) we need to lead more by the power of our example, as the president has, than merely by the example of our power.”  Clever phrasing, but the reality is that Obama is all about controlling the nation by the exercise of raw political power, even when he states that he has no such power under the constitution. His executive orders are making a mockery out of any pretense of a rule of law, and his unconstitutional edicts are making waste paper of the constitution.

Joe doesn’t believe that “we should look at Republicans as our enemies”, yet he has stood by with his trademark squinty eyes looking on with adoration as Obama and the rest of the liberal establishment rips Republicans to shreds. Republicans have been referred to as being more dangerous than ISIS and of waging War On Women.  But Joe is too stupid to see anything wrong with these liberal positions.  He just squints harder and smiles vacuously.

He lovingly quotes our president (although I believe he is in error with this quote) in believing “compromise is not a dirty word”.  It may not be a dirty word, but it’s also not something practiced in the Obama administration.  Obama ignores immigration laws and calls the Republicans racists when they want our actual laws enforced.  He ignores the frightened voices who point out the immense flaws with the Iran nuke deal, but goes ahead and signs the horrible pact anyway (even though the Iranians refuse to sign the document and refuse to be held to its provisions, and instead chant “death to America” one more time as a punctuation to their refusal).

Biden warns us that “the ugly forces of hate and division, they won’t let up”.  Then what the hell has the Obama-Biden administration been doing for seven years if “hate and division” are rampant in our nation?  Obama has been building this mountain of hate and despair, which we see expressed in the war against our police forces following the black lives matter riots.  Every time there is a police versus criminal issue on the national scene Obama takes the side of the criminals, or at least lets the police go undefended for doing the thankless job these heroes do on a daily basis, and getting killed more and more by the people Obama identifies with.

Biden quotes that “Washington though, just has to begin to function again. Instead of being the problem, it has to become part of the solution, again “.  Talk about missing the point, and you’re talking about Biden.  The nation functioned best, and best served the needs and wants of all Americans when it did the least, but it’s no surprise that ole liberal Joe thinks that a government that governs the most, governs best.

And poor Joe steps outside the PC speech box at the end of his piece when he says “I am absolutely certain we are fully capable of accomplishing extraordinary things”. Liberals have been insisting for years that there is nothing extraordinary about America, so how can we “accomplish extraordinary things”? Joe could use some re-education from the PC crowd.

Vice President Biden has been quoted many times stating really stupid things that would have forced any conservative into retirement, and don’t forget his plagiarism, nor the lie he told about his law school standing. So just read the text of Biden’s non-running speech and see if you can determine what this fool man is trying to say half of the time, and I challenge you to determine the truth of what he says the other half.

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About Dave King

Retired AT&T supervisor and Verisign manager, 72 years old, living in the Kansas City area.

One comment

  1. Pretty accurate, Dave. The ‘speech’ leads me to the question..Whose decision this really is?