Friday, January 20, 2012

Joe Biden Tells San Francisco that the New York Giants Are Going to the Super Bowl

Remember then-Senator Obama’s St. Louis gaffe during the 2008 presidential elections?

While in Kansas City, Missouri, he communicated with the Democratic National Convention via satellite. Apparently traveling without his teleprompter, the president-to-be said that he was “here with the Girardo family here in St. Lous”… when Kansas City and St. Louis have a sports rivalry along the lines of New York and Boston, or Dallas and… well… everybody outside of Dallas.

Never to be outdone in the stupid mistakes department though, Joe Biden might very well have just topped his boss on Wednesday, proving once again that, of the pair, President Obama is the mad scientist of the two and Biden is the dangerous but still snicker-worthy minion.

Carla Marinucci writes in the San Francisco Gate that “Vice President Joe Biden had his ‘oops’ moment Wednesday speaking in a 49er-crazed San Francisco when he told a crowd at a city political fundraiser that ‘the Giants are on their way to the Super Bowl.’”

First off, I have to take serious issue with Marinucci’s sentence structure, which seems to strongly suggest that Biden isn’t already well known for turning himself and his constituents into a national and international embarrassment every time he opens his mouth.

Second of all, what an idiot!

And thirdly, just remember… It’s Republicans like George W. Bush and conservatives like Sarah Palin that are the dumb ones.

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