Jerk With the Smirk Bombs Badly

Posted by on Oct 12, 2012 at 8:24 am

If the aim of Joe Biden Thursday night was to win over the base of the Democrat Party, then he certainly succeeded. Crude, boorish, offensive, condescending and belligerent, he encompassed the trademarks of the angry left.

When you’re unable to debate the issues, then shout down your opponent, interrupt and act like a buffoon. In other words, he represented a party that has nothing to offer but smear, distraction and lies. He told whoppers that went unchallenged by the incompetent moderator Martha Raddatz and can’t possibly have endeared himself to independents on the fence.

FNC’s Chris Wallace, certainly no partisan, though it was the crudest performance he’s even seen.

“I don’t believe I’ve ever seen a debate in which one participant was as openly disrespectful of the other as Biden was to Paul Ryan tonight,” Wallace said.

He added: “It was openly contemptuous and disrespectful.”

Paul Ryan managed to keep his composure, and it was obvious Biden was trying to goad him into losing his temper so the Democrats could claim he’s not prepared to hold his own on the world stage. It got so bad we thought it probably would have been a good idea to just announce to Raddatz that he would no longer answer if the interruptions didn’t cease.

The debate will be memorable only for Biden’s crude behavior and otherwise will be forgotten on the substance pretty quickly since the next presidential debate is Tuesday; that will largely overshadow the idiocy we witnessed last night.

Sure, the left ate this crap up but that’s only because Biden represented them: They’re lewd, boorish, childish and angry. On all counts, Biden succeeded there. If acting like Beavis can be considered victory, by all means they can claim it.

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10 Responses to “Jerk With the Smirk Bombs Badly”

  1. lyle on 12/12/12 at 11:41 am

    I’m hungover this morning. I should have known better. My drinking game? Take a sip of wine every time Biden acted like a jackass. Good job, Joey, “winning” this debate. I’m willing to wager you started a stampede of the undecideds away from your camp.

  2. mutt on 12/12/12 at 12:01 pm

    If you ever wonder why politicians generally are despised as lying, arrogant blowhards, this clown underscored that has certainly been reenforced by that show last night. No matter what happens in November, any hope of bipartisanship has effectively been murdered. In one word- desperatation!

    Biden takes the award for Crazy (drunken) Uncle.

  3. rich b on 12/12/12 at 2:24 pm

    As I watched I kept waiting for the monumental gaffe by crazy Joe. It dawned on me by the end of the ninety minutes that the entire bizarre performance of Biden WAS the gaffe. He looked like a total asshole… complete with the stink and hemorrhoids.

    Only a democrap could conceivably call this performance a victory.

  4. A.Men on 13/13/12 at 8:01 am

    After watching for 2 minutes, I could feel my blood begin to boil. I went to the blogs to keep from kicking the t.v.

    Decent Americans act with repect on the National Stage. Butt-In Biden is not a nice guy, a Regular lunch bucket Joe. Never has been. And will never be able to pretend, even for short periods that he is a nice, rugular guy.

    Throw Butt-IN Biden and barry President-In-Name-Only out of the White House.

    Romney/Ryan 2012.

  5. Freddie Sykes on 14/14/12 at 9:43 am

    After watching the debate, I am pretty sure that the intellectual founder of the #occupy movement was Joe Biden rather than Elizabeth Warren.

    Will Romney get the credit for accurately predicting Obama’s share of the popular vote : 47%!

  6. myview on 14/14/12 at 3:29 pm

    A heart-beat from the presidency?! Seriously?

    Based on Joe Biden’s childish junior high school behavior, would we send this moronic baboon to meet with foreign dignitaries?? The very thought is terrifying.


  7. jukin on 15/15/12 at 3:46 pm

    “I’m willing to wager you started a stampede of the undecideds away from your camp.”


    “No matter what happens in November, any hope of bipartisanship has effectively been murdered. ”

    This time ten!

    What we saw was the famous tolerance, love, and respect from the left.