One of the merriest clowns in the Washington circus has got to be our ineffable vice president, Joe “Butt Buddy” Biden. He’s so painfully stupid he might almost be a vaudeville figure, poor dumb Paddy forever getting fleeced by the sharpies in the old neighborhood. And now here he goes again:
Vice President Joseph R. Biden said Democratic presidential candidates in 2016 should embrace President Obama’s economic policies and “run on what we have done” instead of running away from the administration.
“In my view, those seeking to lead the nation should protect and defend and run, yes run, on what we’ve done and own what we have done,” Mr. Biden said in a speech in Des Moines, Iowa. “Stand for what we have done. Acknowledge what we have done. And be judged on what we have done, if we have any chance for continued resurgence in 2016.”
He added, “Some say that would amount to a third term of the president. I call it sticking with what works.”
Between President Selfie and this bumpkin, it’s no wonder the United States is currently the laughingstock of the world.
Mr. Biden hinted at his own presidential plans, saying he will decide whether to run in 2016 by the end of this summer. “That’s a family personal decision that I’m going to make sometime at the end of the summer,” Mr. Biden told reporters. “In the meantime, though, this is about convincing the public and in turn some of our Republican friends that what we’re proposing in the budget is a continuation of the stuff that works.”
“Stuff that Works” — Biden ’16!