Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Joe Biden's F-Bomb Video (NSFW)

Did you hear about Joe Biden's F-bomb? Oh yeah- the gaffe-prone Vice President Joe Biden totally dropped the F-word on national television at the President's signing of the new health care bill. Lol.

Oblivious of the open mic in front of them, Joe Biden shook the President's hand and whispered (not very quietly) into his ear "this is a big *F-bomb* -ing deal." Here's the "Joe Biden F-Bomb video..."



No grand, eloquent, or flowery speech here. Nothing like "One small step for man..." just a crass "this is a big fucking deal!" How emblematic of the corrupt, classless, gutter politics dominating the White House today.

The vulgar language is a fitting capstone to the vulgarization of America's parliamentary and democratic processes for the sake of unwanted Federal price-fixing and the sweeping consolidation of an already unchecked, monopolistic health insurance cartel.

What Joe Biden really meant to say when he dropped the F-bomb was "**** you, America!" That was the essence of the Democrats' message and attitude in passing this health "reform" legislation.

And in addition to the Biden F-bomb video above, the following is a video list of previous Joe Biden gaffes:

8 comments:

Daryl said...

Like the Janet Jackson nip slip, I was watching this and didn't even catch it until it was brought to my attention.

W. E. Messamore said...

Lol! I love (and hate) how it's perfectly normal to compare our administration's shenanigans with those of pop culture icons. Is this what we've come to?

Anonymous said...

Mr. Joe Biden is just being human and very happy at the passing of the Health Care Bill. Why can't we see things for what they are an stop blowing them out of proportion. His conversation with the President was not meant for the general public. It was a man to man remark for the historic event that took place. I know that in politics the opposition will always balk and make unnecessary remarks about everything but this is just going too far now. Let's get settled and try and pull this country out of the great recession that President George Bush and his cronies has landed us.

W. E. Messamore said...

Your comment comes off as unserious when you start by criticizing partisan bickering and then pin our economic woes on Bush.

For my part, you'll find no more vocal critique of Bush than me. You can search this blog for proof.

And I also criticize Democrats for policies that have lead to our economic meltdown- specifically Obama for continuing Bush's policies instead of reforming them (you read that right).

I also can't fathom how you can indicate sympathy for the health care reform and then seriously say let's get us out of the recession. Destroying three trillion dollars worth of capital won't do it.

Finally, I'm just being human myself in this post, human and very unhappy about what I see as a disastrous policy- one I disagree with and shouldn't be forced to comply with against my free and voluntary choice.

Will you ask me to be more cheerful when they're putting the cuffs on me for refusing to buy insurance and refusing to pay their fee for making a personal financial decision?

Anonymous said...

Joe Biden doesn't seem to have respect for the office, the American people for whom he is lucky enough to work, or even clever rhetoric.

His adoption of the "Hey, look at me! I'm a cool aging hippie!" is pathetic and offense.

Who does this man thinks he represents when he so blatantly shows that he has nothing better to do than indulge his own ego as he preens, struts, and flaunts his liberal tail feathers to the focused horror of those wise enough to understand how absolutely deplorable his behavior is?

The worst part is that there are so many of those who think it isn't a big deal or a shame.

The worst part is the media, including the internet, which seems to see this as the liberal equivalent of a Marine's "hooah!".

The worst part is that no one seems to care.

Anonymous said...

You really sure he said that? I turned the volume way up and couldn't here him say the f-word. It doesn't really make any difference, at least to me, I'm more upset with the bill itself and the policies this Administration has pursued, and the last one.

W. E. Messamore said...

Yeah- the whole world is sure, and I can definitely hear it on my speakers. Maybe try another video? But yes- this F-bomb was just the exclamation mark on a very long and vulgar sentence- it's what they were doing to our country that bothers me most.

Anonymous said...

The locker room mentality of these guys is really disgusting! It cheapens the whole atmosphere of what should be a respectable public address. I mean look, what is Nobel Peace Prize worth anymore? These guys have shattered any illusions anyone may have had.

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