Brace yourself, people. You are entering the world of Jackwagons gone wild. Say What? is a series of quotes that I collect as I go about my daily business of deciphering the “news”.
I take no responsibility for any keyboards or monitors you may ruin in the course of reading this column. There is also bound to be NSFW language along the way, consider yourself warned. Be sure to look for link Easter Eggs as you go. Please keep your head and arms inside the ride at all times. Enjoy!
WHAAAAAAT? By now, even little school children have heard the President said this and are now hoarding every penny of their allowances to protect themselves from this man.
Imagine Joe Biden has a brain or at a bare minimum, the administration stops letting him write his own speeches.
Of course, since we know the private sector is not doing fine, these kids will likely end up working for the government and it sounds like Joe thinks all these graduates will make great workers for the State one day.
Without Government, we don’t have a chance! Just look at the big governments around the world — look at China. All the great cities are in China. Perhaps one day we’ll catch up and get our flying cars too.
My God. It’s genetic. Like Father, like son:
“I’ve never met a successful politician who didn’t run again,” Beau Biden said during his keynote address at the North Carolina Democratic Party’s Jefferson-Jackson dinner.
Oh, Beau is doing just fine.
Governor Bev Perdue is not seeking re-election. All Aboard the Failboat!
Al Gore surfaced during the Netroots conference long enough to embarrass himself properly on Twitter. He took time to insult Dana Loesch and when he was called out on it, deleted the Tweet. As I like to often say, Screenshots are forever, Al. Doesn’t matter how you try to hide your “brilliance”, we can still see you.
Not to be outdone by Al Gore the world renowned internet inventer, Howard Dean delivered a speech at
Nutroots Netroots comparing Mitt Romney to Iranian President Ahmadinejad:
“You know, I think it was President Ahmadinejad in, back those days in 1850,” said Dean, referring to the anti-American and antisemitic rhetoric of the Iranian president.
Howard? Remind us again why we don’t take you seriously… at all: