The Dirtbag named Joe Biden!

I have been listening to, watching, reading blogs from all the pundits and left wing Liberals out there attacking Sarah Palin over an issue that has nothing to do with politics. A matter which is family business, one in which people have spread lies, then when caught tell the truth, a matter which concerns a kid, her daughter. So for all you assholes who like to throw mud, let’s throw some mud shall we? However if I were you I’d duck because what I’ll be throwing is documented proof, which equals rocks. You’re going to get hit with the TRUTH about Joe “the Dirtbag” Biden.

You know, the TRUTH shall set you free, but it’s going to piss you off first. Just remember you started this shit, and as the saying goes; “Don’t start no shit, won’t be no shit!” So perhaps next time you might think twice before you attack someone or open your lying mouths! I would also mention here I was a Loyal Democrat until the DNC became Nazis this election year!

These “attacks” on Biden are all matters of public record, and often problems of his own making.

In 1987, for instance, Senator Joe Biden, who was seeking the Democratic presidential nomination, was accused of plagiarizing passages in speeches and interviews from the oratory of a British politician, Neil Kinnock. Here are some of the passages in question:

Kinnock (original)

Why am I the first Kinnock in a thousand generations to be able to get to university? Why is Glenys the first woman in her family in a thousand generations to be able to get to university?

Was it because our predecessors were thick? Does anybody really think that they didn’t get what we had because they didn’t have the talent or the strength or the endurance or the commitment? Of course not. It was because there was no platform upon which they could stand.

Biden

I started thinking as I was coming over here, why is it that Joe Biden is the first in his family ever to go to a university? Why is it that my wife who is sitting out there in the audience is the first in her family to ever go to college?

Is it because our fathers and mothers were not bright? No, it’s not because they weren’t as smart.It’s not because they didn’t work as hard. It’s because they didn’t have a platform upon which to stand . . .

This wasn’t the first time Biden plagiarized; he’s been caught more than once. It turned out Biden had also borrowed passages from old campaign speeches by Robert Kennedy and had inflated his academic record. But oratory has a long tradition of borrowing and even “heavy lifting,” as speechwriters call it, so Biden stayed alive in the presidential race.

He also did this early on in his life, he did it at law school in fact and was caught even back then:

The last straw, however, came when it turned out that twenty years earlier Biden had received a failing grade in a law school course for plagiarizing a legal article (he’d given a single footnote while lifting five full pages from the article). Biden said he’d been unaware of the appropriate standards for legal briefs, but the public was unimpressed. His campaign collapsed and he withdrew from the race.

Now let’s look at his racist comments:

Biden took heat in 2006, when he said, “You cannot go to a 7-Eleven or a Dunkin’ Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent.” He also managed to blow up his official announcement he was entering the race when he deemed Obama “the first mainstream African American [candidate] who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy.”

Let’s look at his stance on the war that he says is so wrong and what he thinks and feels about Obama:

More substantively, Biden supported the 2002 resolution that authorized the war in Iraq—a resolution that Obama opposed and, in the primaries at least, painted as “the most important foreign-policy decision in a generation.”

Biden was on the wrong side of that thinking, by Obama’s lights. In 2002, he said that America had “no choice but to eliminate” Saddam Hussein.

While preparing for his own run at the party’s nomination last year, he took several shots at Obama’s inexperience, warning that “If the Democrats think we’re going to be able to nominate someone who can win without that person being able to table unimpeachable credentials on national security and foreign policy, I think we’re making a tragic mistake.”

When Obama gave a speech saying he’d send troops into Pakistan if he had actionable intelligence and the Pakistani government was unwilling to act, Biden told NPR that “It’s a well-intentioned notion he has, but it’s a very naïve way of thinking how you’re going to conduct foreign policy,” adding of his then-rival, in a remark Republicans are sure to revive, “Having talking points on foreign policy doesn’t get you there.”

Biden also said last year of his now running mate, that “I think he can be ready, but right now I don’t believe he is. The presidency is not something that lends itself to on-the-job training.” He may also see clips from his 1988 presidential run, when he ran an ad in which the narrator warns:

”The White House isn’t a place to learn how to deal with international crisis, the balance of power… the economic future of the next generation,” the narrator of Biden’s 1988 ad for the Democratic nomination said. “The president has got to know the territory.”

And what about this CHANGE that is supposed to make up their ticket:

Biden, 65, came to Congress at the age of 30, meaning he’s spent more than half his life in the institution, which Republicans will surely charge makes him an unsuitable running mate for a candidate of change. Biden, who was elected to the Senate at 30, has now spent more than half his life there, which cuts against Obama’s change message.

So much for CHANGE, well let’s see what he thinks about the Republican Presidential Candidate:

Another moment likely to be re-used against him is his August 2, 2005 Daily Show appearance where Jon Stewart asked Biden of a potential 2008 run, “You may end up going against a Senate colleague, perhaps McCain, perhaps Frist?”

Biden’s reply, John McCain is a personal friend, a great friend, and I would be honored to run with or against John McCain, because I think the country would be better off — be well off …”

And what about those lobbyists that are supposed to be so evil, you know the ones Obama refuses to take money from and would only take public financing before deciding to not take public financing and to take Big Money:

Biden has accepted $5,133,072 in contributions from lawyers and lobbyists since 2003.

And let’s really hit you fuckers for attacking an innocent kid who has nothing to do with politics. You know the ones we’re not supposed to do that to. Let’s hit Joe’s kid, besides he’s an Adult so IT’S OK TO ATTACK HIM! (Remember you started this, so shut your mouths!) This is the one you hardly ever see or hear about:

One of Biden’s sons, Hunter, is a registered Washington lobbyist in a year in which Obama has been excoriating lobbyists and the culture of corruption in Washington. The younger Biden is a name partner at the firm Oldaker, Biden & Belair, LLP, and seems to have specialized in lobbying for just the kind of earmark spending by Congress that Obama has vowed to slash. So Biden and his family has lobbying ties.

Gee, look at all the cooruption, lies, & flip flopping that has gone on by the Obama/Biden ticket. But it doesn’t stop there. Let’s look at the credit card companies, you know the guys who are squeezing and killing Americans with their high interest rates.

Biden has close ties with credit card companies. His largest contributor (based on total contributions by employees) over the past five years has been MBNA, the Delaware-based bank aquired in 2005 by Bank of America than until then was the world’s largest independent credit card issuer and a major supporter of the 2005 bankruptcy bill that Biden crossed the aisle to support.

Hmm, very fishy and the problem you all have is this. Everything that has been written here is true, documented, and a matter of public record. Boy you idiots really opened a can of worms now didn’t you?

Next time you get your credit card bill, check the return address. I’d be willing to bet it was Willmington, DE. You know, where Joe Dirtbag Biden lives.

The lesson: be afraid of plagiarism. It creates paper-trail timebombs that can destroy a career you’ve spent decades building—especially today, when teachers routinely keep copies of papers and the Internet makes it a snap for them or public to compare texts, locate sources, and check records.

The Morale of the Story is this: People in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones, because you’re going to get BOULDERS hurled back at you!

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~ by Digory Kirke on September 3, 2008.

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