Joe Biden to Boston bombing survivors: ‘It was worth it’ – Video

biden-brain-1On Tuesday, Joe Biden, the walking, talking gaffe machine currently serving as the vice president, told survivors of the Boston Marathon bombing that “it was worth it.”

“My god, you have survived and you have soared,” he said.  “It was worth, it was worth it. I mean this sincerely, just to hear each of you speak.”

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Obama channels Biden, tells children without chairs to ‘sit down, take a load off’

obama-dumb1It seems Barack Obama has been spending too much time around Joe Biden, the walking, talking gaffe machine now serving his second term as vice president.

While appearing at Coral Reef High School in Florida, Obama told children to “sit down, take a load off.”  He later realized his blunder when he realized the children didn’t have any chairs to sit on.

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What can we learn from the Wendy Davis story?

Wendy DavisTexas state senator and rising Democratic star Wendy Davis has admitted to having embellished the facts in her personal history. Yesterday, less than a week after poking holes in her inspiring, up-from-nowhere narrative, the Dallas Morning News reasserted its liberal mala fides by publishing an editorial titled “The Wendy Davis story.” In it the editors wrote:

The bare-bones Wendy Davis story — the one without embellishment — is sufficiently inspiring as a matrix for defying expectations. The daughter of a teenage mother and a teenage mother herself, Davis managed to beat the odds by getting a college education and Ivy League law degree, then launching a political career that’s brought her national adulation.

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Joe Biden: ‘I tend to say what I mean, and that gets me in trouble – except in Mississippi’

biden-shutSpeaking at a meeting of the National Association of Attorneys General on gun violence Wednesday, Vice President Joe Biden said that he says what he means, and yes, it gets him in trouble.

“No one’s ever doubted that I mean what I say. The problem is that I tend to say what I mean, and that gets me in trouble – except in Mississippi,” he said.

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