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Joe Biden Thinks You’re an Idiot
 

Joe Biden Thinks You’re an Idiot

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Obama’s vice president told folks on the

Obama’s vice president told folks on the
campaign trail in Danville, Virginia, that
Republicans will put people back in chains:

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    • Joe Biden Thinks You’re an IdiotKurt NimmoInfowars.comAugust 14, 2012Obama’s vice president told folks on thecampaign trail in Danville, Virginia, thatRepublicans will put people back in chains: They’ve said it. Every Republican’s voted for it. Look at what they value and look at their budget and what they’re proposing. Romney wants to let the – he said in the first 100 days, he’s going to let the big banks once again write their own rules – unchain Wall Street. They’re going to put y’all back in chains. He’s said he’s going to do nothing about stopping the practice of outsourcing… Biden Says Republicans Will Put People Back In Chains VIDEO BELOW http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Q1PVOIqQAnsBiden’s use of the plural second-person pronoun “y’all” and the imagery of slaves in chains areobviously directed at black people. The Obama administration is counting on them to make thedifference in November even though a lot of them are unemployed, now unemployable (thanks tothe offshoring Biden mentioned) and are no longer eligible for unemployment benefits. For now,though, there are food stamps and welfare. According to the Senate Budget Committee, over 100million people in U.S. are now receiving some sort of Federal Welfare.Apparently nobody in the Obama administration recognized this would be an absurd statement comingfrom a white man of privilege, especially considering Obama’s class warfare rhetoric. It is not clear ifthe comments are standard Biden extemporaneous improvisation or part of the teleprompter script hewas reciting to the gathered Mundanes,Biden is also a liar and thinks you’re an idiot. As we noted back in 2010, the Obama administration is Goldman Sachs from top to bottom, although the “liberal” Annenberg Foundation funded FactCheck.org would have you believe otherwise. In 2010, we wrote: Obama functionaries are connected to the CFR and the Trilateral Commission, two organizations established to implement world government. Tim Geithner, Susan Rice, Pete Peterson, Gen. James Jones, Thomas Donilion, Paul Volker, Dennis Blair, Richard Haass, Dennis Ross, Richard
    • Holbrooke and others have connections to the Trilateral Commission, the Federal Reserve, the CFR, and Bilderbergers.Republicans like to play this game, too. Instead of admitting Obama is a creature of Wall Street and thebankers, they say he is a Marxist.More from the above cited article: Obama’s mischaracterized socialism is a control mechanism created by the bankers. It has nothing to do with liberating downtrodden workers. The Soviet system was financed by Wall Street, as Rep. Louis T. McFadden, chairman of the House Banking and Currency Committee throughout the 1920-30s, explained: “The course of Russian history has, indeed, been greatly affected by the operations of international bankers… The Soviet Government has been given United States Treasury funds by the Federal Reserve Board… acting through the Chase Bank.” The late Antony Sutton’s exhaustive research demonstrates how Wall Street bankers supported and financed the Russian revolution, supported the Soviet Union financially, technologically and military both before and after the Second World War, and also supported Hitler and Nazi Germany financially and military both before and during the Second World War. Even though Joe Biden is a master of the foot-in-the- mouth flub, his transparently bogus campaign trail comments will not be examined by the corporate media. He’ll get a free pass, as usual. Biden must also think you’re suffering from Alzheimer’s. Republicans are responsible for outsourcing? Doesn’t anybody remember Bill Clinton shoving NAFTA down the throats of the American people? I guess Democrats can’t see Obama’s Trans-Pacific Partnership sitting out there in plain sight. More than ever, the false left-right paradigm, the
    • same old Democrat-vs-Republican crapola is beingused by the political class to pull the wool over the eyesof the masses as the Grand Game of Musical Chairs wecall a national presidential election approaches. Whenthe music stops, the same old gaggle of insiders andprofessional teleprompter readers will grab a chair. Therest of us will be out here in the bleacher standswatching, that is if we can stand to watch.Like the late George Carlin said: It’s a club – and youain’t in it.George Carlin - Its a big club and you aint in itVIDEO BELOWhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=i5dBZDSSky0‘Joe the Plumber’: U.S. should build a fenceon the Mexican border and ‘start shooting’cleveland.comAugust 14, 2012Ohio Republican congressional candidate Samuel"Joe the Plumber" Wurzelbacher plunged intocontroversy this weekend in Arizona by deliveringspeeches where he said the United States needs tobuild a fence along the Mexican border and "startshooting."At a Prescott, Arizona fundraiser for Arizona StateSen. Lori Klein, Wurzelbacher applauded Kleinsstance against illegal immigration as he denouncedpolitical correctness."Were afraid to say anything because we are afraid someone will report it on the 5 oclock news," saidWurzelbacher, of Holland. "For years, Ive said put a damned fence on the border going to Mexico andstart shooting. I am running for Congress and that should be a bad thing to say. You know what? Itshow I feel. I am not going to hide it because I am running for an office. I want my borders protectedand I am very, very adamant about that."Controversial Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who is known for his crusades against illegalimmigration, also spoke at the fundraiser for Klein.Wurzelbacher explored the illegal immigration theme again at a Patriot Rally in Arizona, where hesuggested: "Put troops on the border and start shooting. I bet that solves our illegal immigrationproblem real quick."
    • "Its a scary world out there, and I always feel a lot damned better when I got my .45 in my hand," Wurzelbacher told the group. Both of Wurzelbachers speeches were posted on the Internet by Prescottenews.com Wurzelbachers remarks were denounced by the Arizona Democratic Party, which issued a statement that said they provided "another black eye for Arizona." Wurzelbachers rival for a congressional seat that stretches between Cleveland and Toledo, Toledo Democratic Rep. Marcy Kaptur, issued a press release that said hiscomments "have no place in a civil society.""A Member of Congress is sworn to uphold the Constitution, not to take the law into his own hands,"said the statement from Kaptur. "He should take back his words and apologize to everyone whorespects life, the Constitution and the rule of law."Wurzelbacher spokesman Phil Christofanelli said the candidate understands that people want to cometo the United States because "its the greatest country on Earth," and that its laws need to be enforced soit can remain the greatest country on Earth."As a Congressman, Joe would empower the federal government to do whatever it takes to secure ourborders," said Christofanelli. "He believes that border security agents, like every law enforcementofficer, should be permitted to use force when necessary in order to protect themselves and to preventAmerican laws from being violated."Given the fact that Kapturs campaign is heavily funded by labor unions, Christofanelli said "you wouldthink she would care more about preserving American jobs."Wurzelbacher spent Monday in Wisconsin, where he was campaigning on behalf of former Gov.Tommy Thompsons GOP bid for U.S. Senate. He told Patch.com that his wife hails from Wisconsinand he hopes to move his family to its north woods "in the next couple of years, provided he can find ajob."Joe Arpaio and Joe the Plumber VIDEO BELOWhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZSOAY61sBEI&feature=player_embeddedPatriot Rally Joe the Plumber VIDEO BELOWhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-06eIqmlU9g&feature=player_embeddedhttp://www.infowars.com/