Carol Platt Liebau: A Little Fun With Buffoon Biden

Tuesday, January 10, 2006

A Little Fun With Buffoon Biden

It's not even a fair fight. On his radio show, Hugh Hewitt is playing clips of Joe Biden. This morning, as you'll recall, Biden noted that he "didn't even like Princeton" -- that "all kidding aside, I wasn't a big Princeton fan." Well, apparently he was singing a very different tune a couple of years ago when he made a speech at Ol' Nassau.

It's priceless -- and Radioblogger has the audio. On the Princeton campus, Biden babbles on, extolling the virtues of a "magnificently attractive, intellectually and physically beautiful young girl," and then noting that he would have been "worried" if his son hadn't been "interested." Treading pretty close to that "homophobic" line, aren't we, Senator Biden?

Would this be considered one of the "sophisticated" forms of discrimination you were decrying this morning?


Blogger wile e coyote said...

Does Alito strike anyone as the least animated Italian American one has ever seen?

Is four years of Princeton to blame?

4:01 PM  
Blogger Duke-Stir said...

I think it's more the thirty years of red Kool-Aid.

7:41 PM  
Blogger Poison Pero said...

Alito is going to play these fools perfectly......Let them talk, and don't get excited.

Answer their questions directly, and shortly, and let them waste their time away.
And, Hewitt has the perfect name for Biden: The New Nixon........LOL!

7:43 PM  
Blogger Goat said...

Thank God for the New Media so the us redneck country boys actually get some real news. I am an avid KTKZ 1380 Sacramento listener so I get Hugh and Laura and they are all over Biden and the rest of his lackeys. I can research the Constitution in a simple mouse click and access SCOTUS opinions with another, do they really think they are portraying america? My guess is they are from the bottom of Kennedy's vodka bottle. If this blue collar boy can see through the hubris of the left any dolt can. I am very optimistic for 06 despite the Abrohoff shindig, I want reform and the DNC has always seemed status quo or regressive to me. I voted Perot twice, I am very definately a small government fiscal conservative. I don't understand these loonbat lefties that hate government but want it to care for them from cradle to grave. It is time for conservatives to mount up and take the fight to the left not wait for them to come to us.

8:06 PM  
Blogger Mr. Twister said...

Carol, just for the record...

I think those comments about your hair on your crosspost on Huffington Post are uncalled for.

8:57 PM  
Blogger Mr. Twister said...

Goat wrote, "I am very definately a small government fiscal conservative."

So what's your favorite part of the Bush administration so far--the largest increase in the size of government since the New Deal, or turning Bill Clinton's $200+ billion yearly surplus into $400+ billion annual deficits? There is so much for a small government fiscal conservative to love about the current administration.

Bushie, you're doing a heckuva job!

9:09 PM  
Blogger Righty64 said...

Joe Biden is a joke, but not a funny one. He really needs to be elected out by the good people of Delaware. I mean, they are the first state of the union and this is what they pass off to us as a "respected" member of the US Senate. BRRRRR!!!! It sends shivers down my spine! I predict the vote will be 57-43 for confirmation.

9:53 PM  
Blogger COPioneer said...

Duke, you mean the 30 years of Kool-Aid the liberals have been drinking since Roe? Twister, the comments at Huffington were typical for calling and making fun of a person's looks. If it's Michelle Malkin, then they usually disparage her race as well. When will they ever grow up? But thanks, I posted a comment over there too...see CoPioneer. Twister 2, yeah, since the conservatives don't just drink Kool-Aid (I prefer dark ales) and follow the party line, we are unhappy (and I think I speak for a majority of conservatives) with the spending. I wouldn't mind if all the career politicians in DC were replaced.

7:31 AM  
Blogger Doc said...

I think I can anwser for goat and most 'real' Republicans as far as which part of the Bush administration we like. We 'like' the fact that it's the 'Bush' administration instead of the Kerry administration or the Gore administration. Anything that slows the march to Socialism is much better than the all out run that the Dems are suggesting. I think most capital 'R' Republicans wish for someone who had a little better vision and want to move us away from the Commie Cliff we're approaching.

8:13 AM  
Blogger Greg said...

The part of the current administration I like most is the part where they are demonstrably dedicated to killing the enemy that is trying to kill us. Let's survive first. Then we can fix the domestic stuff.

10:00 AM  
Blogger COPioneer said...

that and the tax cuts which have kept the economy strong. If you read liberal blogs you see that the economy is in the crapper, and that the world is doomed by man's emissions from burning fossil fuels. But in the 1970s remember, they all predicted that we wouldn't make it to 2006, so they all went into their respective basements for bong hits.

11:58 AM  
Blogger COPioneer said...

Well Twister, I've posted 3 comments at Huffington, and none of them show up after saying "Thank you, your comment will appear shortly". It's either because 1) I use Firefox or 2) I didn't put in enough profanity or Bush bashing or 3) they filter out ideas that don't agree with the all knowing and powerful Marriana.

12:09 PM  
Blogger Alexandra said...

All Things Beautiful TrackBack Alito 'The Untouchable'

4:26 PM  
Blogger Mr. Twister said...

Hey Doc and Greg, thanks for playing, but I wasn't asking why wingnut Republicans liked the Bush administration. The cult of Bush Idolatry explains that.

I was asking what a small government fiscal conservative liked the Bush administration as they have grown government more than Lyndon Baines Johnson and spend money like drunken sailors.

Goat, your branch of the Republican party is dead and buried.

7:14 PM  
Blogger Mr. Twister said...

Kirkill, regarding your HuffPo issues...

I think they are that afraid of losing control of their lib-hordes if they were to expose them to the iron grip of logical rhetoric that you are famous for.

At least that would be my story, if I were in your shoes.

7:20 PM  
Blogger COPioneer said...

Twister, I always thought that was it too. Liberals hate truth, facts and logic.

8:02 AM  

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