A Moment With Joe Biden: Fighting for Gay Rights

[by Son of Bob]

And now, a moment with Joe Biden…

BIDEN: …so it’s so great to be here in Ohio. Let me hear ya! O.I! O.I! That’s right. God love ya. My, my. Well, at this point I practically feel like I know all of you. I’ve been criss-crossing your beautiful state now for the past several weeks. I think I’ve been to every city in Ohio, from one end of the state to the other, from Cincinnati all the way to Dayton and every town in between. But, we’re here because you folks will play a crucial part in deciding whether or not Barack and I will have four more years to keep instituting the kind of sound, progressive policies that have been moving this country forward, like our work on gay rights. Ya know, last week I met one of your neighbors; a good man named Charles Brown. And he told me, “Joe, my wife Lucy and I are hoping with all our hearts that you and Barack get re-elected. The other day we were walking on the beach, not far from our home in Columbus. And, as we looked out over the ocean we saw a rainbow, and it reminded us of how much you and Barack have done to help gay Americans. Don’t let these guys win, Joe. Don’t let these Republicans put people in prisons just for being gay.” And that’s the kind of thing they’ll do, folks. The Republicans will put gay people in prison. But, with your help we can win. With your help we can make sure that your gay friends and neighbors don’t have to just bend over and take it. We can win this election and continue our fight for gay rights…

This has been a moment with Joe Biden.

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  1. I’ve always wondered what Son of Bob actually does for a living.

    You may have found a new career, Son. 🙂


  2. I agree with Tomg51! SoB has reached new heights of Bidenism with this installment. They are all (scarily) realistic and could probably be passed off as real Joe Biden quotes, but this one shines in just so many ways. BRAVO!


  3. I know silas. Ohio is one of those sparsely populated “fly-over” states. Only a measly 11 and a half million people live there. Not even in the top 5, they barely make the # 7 spot on the most populated states in the country list.

    It’s no wonder nobody knows anything about Ohio.

    I now understand why so many are upset about the presidential candidates spending so much time in such an unpopulated, nothing state. Ohio should have, like, 1 electoral vote or something.

    hee hee



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