Category Archives: Joe Biden

It is no laughing matter, Biden fails and embarrasses the nation.

“Just kind of a grin with a body behind it” – Clint Eastwood

Old Smirkin Joe attempts to win a debate through disrespect and rudeness and loses. Hey Joe, like the old saying goes, it’s nice to be important, but it’s more important to be nice. It was sad to watch the Vice president of the United States of America embarrass the nation with such a distasteful performance.

CNN Post Debate Snap Poll

Regardless of which candidate you happen to support, who do you think did the best job in the debate – Joe Biden or Paul Ryan?
Biden     44%

Ryan     48%

Ryan won in every category except for the question of who attacked their opponent more.

There is no doubt that the hard-core Democrats who were frustrated by the presidents lethargic performance last week were thrilled with Biden’s tactics but the independent CNN poll participants viewed the Vice President as largely ineffective. If his job was to stop the Romney momentum, he failed.


Posted by on October 12, 2012 in Joe Biden


My God! Can you imagine…

A new ad raises an important point, do we really want to risk the possibility of a President Biden?


Posted by on September 5, 2012 in Joe Biden


Joe Biden Swerves into the Truth

Don’t worry. We have a ‘no torture’ policy here at Disrupt, so you’ll only have to sit through two sentences.

Sorry for the long absence. Haven’t been of a mind to blog.

Update: Hat Tip to the Chickahominy Middle School Orchestra for their rendition of Ozzie Osbourne’s ‘Crazy Train’ at the end of the video.


Tiger Wood’s 924 Day PGA Tournament Drought Over. U. S. Citizen’s 1082 Day Drought without a National Budget? Not so much

Today marks the first day since Tiger Wood’s world came unravelled in scandal and shame that he’s won a PGA Tour event. He just won the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

That’s his first PGA Tour victory since September 13, 2009.
It was 157 days before Tiger’s last victory that the the Democratically controlled United States Senate, also riddled with scandal and shame, passed a budget. April 9, 2009.
Congratulations to Tiger and shame on the Democrats.


Ted Nugent: There’s a Monster in the White House

Ted Nugent doesn’t mince words.  He’s very direct and extremely funny, too boot..  If only our Republican contenders took his advice and went to the Army surplus store to buy a box of scrotums.  OK.  That’s probably not how I would phrase it.

Listen to this excerpt of the Nuge field dressing Obama, his administration, and the Republican field.

Update:  I had another thought on the rotten apples portion of the video and have replaced it with even more rotten fruit.  It’s called artistic license.

Go here to listen to the entire interview with Phoenix, AZ talker Mike Broomhead from KFYI.   The interview covers a range of topics including his love of hunting, his personal brand of ammunition soon to come to market, his upcoming tour and more.


Jason Mattera bullies Joe Biden and makes him cry

Jason Mattera from Human Events cornered Joe Biden in the halls of Congress last week over his ridiculous claims about rape and murder rising if Obama’s phony jobs doesn’t pass, in case you missed it.

Well, Mr. Thin Skin didn’t much like that.

So he’s crying to the Senate Correspondence Committee.

 Biden’s office has also contacted the standing committee of correspondents, which oversees the gallery, regarding whether Mattera broke the rules by ambushing him. 

Heather Rothman, the chairwoman of the gallery’s standing committee, said the matter is under review. 

Jason should pick on someone his own size.


Posted by on October 25, 2011 in Jason Mattera, Joe Biden


Breaking: Eric Cantor drops out of bogus Biden Debt Commission

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor spoke about the Deficit Reduction Commission one month ago.  Remarkably, the talks have hit an impasse and he’s finally figured out that it’s a waste of time.  Bye Biden.

According to the Wall Street Journal:

Mr. Cantor, in an interview after a negotiating session he described as bitterly contentious, said he would not be attending Thursday’s scheduled meeting of the bipartisan deficit-reduction leadership group because he believed it was time for the negotiations to move to a higher level.

“We’ve reached the point where the dynamic needs to change,” Mr. Cantor said. “It is up to the president to come in and talk to the speaker. We’ve reached the end of this phase. Now is the time for these talks to go into abeyance.”

Update:  Meanwhile, Democrats are worrying that their president will offer too many concessions to the Republicans in order to get a deal on the budget and debt ceiling.

As bipartisan debt limit negotiations between congressional leaders and the White House rev up, a number of Democrats are worried that President Barack Obama will agree to a deal with the GOP that cuts federal spending too deep, undermines the social safety net, slashes entitlement programs and does not include a single dime in tax increases.

Did you know that linking spending to debt is ‘irrational’?  What geniuses we have up on the Hill.

Some liberals, such as Reps. Keith Ellison of Minnesota and Jim McDermott of Washington, said it’s “irrational” to link spending cuts to the debt ceiling debate. 

It’s no wonder the two sides are at an impasse.

H/T: McMartin



Mitch McConnell dancing to the beat of a different drum

After listening to House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s detailed discussion on the Debt, the Budget and Spending on Saturday, along with Congressman Paul Ryan’s assertion that the people are way ahead of the political class on Meet the Press yesterday, there seems to be a disconnect with establishment Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s vision of the way forward.

McConnell’s appearance on Fox News Sunday left me scratching my head, because his apparent biological predisposition to compromise with Democrats was in stark contrast with House leadership.

No video or transcript of FNS’s McConnell segment is available at this time, but Roll Call has a little blurb about it.

Cantor was dismissive of the President’s latest ‘Commission’ headed by Joe Biden, as he was of Pat Toomey’s Bill, ceding the power of the purse to the President.

Eric Cantor is not exactly a Tea Party Republican, but the contrast between him and RINO boy is vast. Cantor gets it. McConnell does NOT.

If Republicans take the Senate in 2012, the very FIRST order of business is to make sure that McConnell no longer holds any leadership position.

This is not negotiable.


Joe Biden needs to have his security clearance rescinded.

Vice President Joe Biden either doesn’t know or doesn’t care about top-secret classifications of sensitive information. According to the Telegraph, the loose-lipped man who is only a heartbeat away from being the President announced to the world that the UBL operation was executed by Navy SEALS. While it was widely believed by all that it was the SEALS, the United States has a policy of not disclosing specific special ops units which are involved in specific operations.

Since President Barack Obama announced that “a small team of Americans” had killed Osama bin Laden, US government officials have carefully stuck to the line that they will not talk about which units were involved.

Obama did not say it was the SEALs. In numerous television appearances, Obama’s counter-terrorism chief John Brennan didn’t and his deputy national security adviser Denis McDonough didn’t. Despite the numerous news reports that named the SEALs, none of the anonymous briefers from the CIA and Pentagon would confirm it.


Vice President Joe Biden said at a dinner at Washington’s Ritz Carlton Hotel last night to mark the 50th anniversary of the Atlantic Council:

Let me briefly acknowledge tonight’s distinguished honorees.  Admiral James Stavridis is a, is the real deal.  He can tell you more about and understands the incredible, the phenomenal, the just almost unbelievable capacity of his Navy SEALs and what they did last Sunday.


Folks, I’d be remiss also if I didn’t say an extra word about the incredible events, extraordinary events of this past Sunday.  As Vice President of the United States, as an American, I was in absolute awe of the capacity and dedication of the entire team, both the intelligence community, the CIA, the SEALs.  It just was extraordinary.


Posted by on May 6, 2011 in Joe Biden

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