Biden’s Challenge

Posted on September 10, 2012 12:30 pm

During Biden’s trip through Ohio this weekend, Captain Happypants got a little defensive about some people not buying everything he’s telling them and issued a challenge to the media to fact check him.

Is that really necessary? I mean, nobody “fact checks” their crazy uncle, because nobody takes him seriously in the first place. But if Biden really wants to be fact cheked, we could probably get some school children to do it. They could easily point out how many letters are in words like “jobs” or what state Biden happens to be in.

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5 Responses to “Biden’s Challenge”

  1. WD Kaye says:

    The game-show-host-in-chief. Useful as a rubber crutch.

  2. Bunkerhillbilly says:

    The postulated hypothesis remains, undenied and unchallenged, that Biden cannot be this stupid without it being all an act.

    Biden may well be the brains behind Stephen Hawking and one of the top thinkers ever to be consulted by CERN.

    What better “beard” for Biden, and his mad genius, than a withered man in a wheelchair?

  3. Son of Bob says:

    So then, I guess we’ll find out if a tinfoil hat really does help your brain receive transmissions from the mother ship.

  4. Bob in Feenicks says:

    Joe got the idea from his buddy Gary ‘I’m not a philanderer, if you don’t believe me, just follow me around’ Hart. …because it worked out so well for him.

  5. Ogrrre says:

    Bob, the only reason it didn’t work out for Gary Hart is that at that time, the news media still had a modicum of self respect, and weren’t totally in the bag for the Democrats. They’d still report on Democrat crimes and corruption, instead of covering up for them. Hart issued a challenge, and they took him up on it. Nowadays, Obama can tell a complete lie, and most of the media won’t call him on it, they’ll just repeat the lie over and over, as many times as is necessary for the sheeple to believe.

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