Jack E. Kemp
Maybe for his next speech, Biden can walk out on stage with a baggy jeans sagging to his hips and one of Al Sharpton's old medallions around his neck - and a baseball cap on backwards.
In a vulgar and race bating exhibition, Joe Biden went on stage in Danville, Virginia and told a largely black audience, while critizing the Romney campaign, that "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 gonna put y'all back in chains."
Gee, I didn't know they said "y'all" in Scranton, Pennsylvania and in Delaware. Joe Biden has set up the ultimate straw man argument - because his own head if full of that same material, like the Scarecrow in the Wizard of Oz. While Biden tries to jump the broom, he is definitely jumping the shark, i.e., trying one time too often to play his old "Republicans as evil" act. I've never seen anything so divisive - and pathetic - in my life. I thought Hillary's 2008 campaign stop imitation of black speech was bad, but this takes the cake.
The one good thing that may come out of this is that some white pandering liberals may see themselves in the mirror of Biden's reflection and decide they have had enough of this self-abrogating behavior on the "road to utopia."