Remember a few days ago when the Obama media was all atwitter over what a horrible selection Paul Ryan was? Yeah, good times. Funny how now the only candidate with a bumbling VP choice is the current occupant of the White House.
Like in sports when a coach or manager gets a nod of support, the floundering Joe Biden probably won’t be sleeping well for awhile.
President Obama has no intention of getting rid of Vice President Biden as his running mate, the White House said Thursday.
Republicans are being “ridiculous” and are trying to “distract attention” with their focus on Vice President Biden and his controversial comments earlier this week, White House press secretary Jay Carney said.
Everything out of their mouths is projection. The same losers who’ve spent this entire election cycle trying to distract from Obama’s failed record have the balls to suggest Romney is trying to distract them. No, it’s Biden’s relentless idiocy that’s the distraction. If you don’t want him to be a further distraction, tell him to keep his mouth shut.
Although we want Biden to keep talking since he’s such a drag on the ticket, with Obama now at a troubling 50% disapproval, his numbers are even more abysmal on the economy. Even with all their distractions, the failed president’s number continue to plummet.
Again, as to the canard that Ryan was such a problem, how’s that working out now?
The presidential race in Wisconsin is a little tighter this month following Mitt Romney’s selection of hometown Congressman Paul Ryan as his running mate.
The latest Rasmussen Reports statewide telephone survey of Likely Voters shows Romney with 48% support to President Obama’s 47%. Three percent (3%) prefer some other candidate, and two percent (2%) are undecided.
In late July, it was Obama 49%, Romney 46%. This is the Republican’s largest level of support yet in the Badger State. Prior to this survey, the president has earned 45% to 52% of the vote, while Romney has picked up 41% to 46% of the vote.
In a sign they’re just not dealing with reality, Obama’s minions today called for an end of distractions by trying to further distract the media.
“All right. David, it’s Sam Stein,” said the Huffington Post writer to Axelrod. “I”m guessing you’re not taking John McCain’s advice to drop him and put Hillary Clinton? But a more serious question –”
“Far be it from me to denigrate Senator McCain’s advice on vice presidential nominees,” Axelrod joked, making a reference to McCain picking Sarah Palin for the Republican ticket in 2008.
That punk Carney also chimed in, suggesting a coordinated distraction.
“Yes and that was settled a long long time ago,” Carney said. “And while I appreciate, I have great admiration for and respect for and a long relationship with John McCain but one place I would not go for advice on vice presidential running mates is to Senator McCain.”