Sounds Like Biden has a Dan Quayle Potato”e” Moment: Joe Biden, Jobs are a 3 Letter Word, J O B S


Wait, its a Joe Biden sighting … fire up the gaffe-o-meter.

Imagine, just imagine if Sarah Palin had made this comment. Democratic VP candidate Joe Biden thinks that JOBS are a 3 letter word. However, when a Democrat makes a screw up like this … it’s just Joe being Joe; however, if Sarah Palin had done the same it would be headline breaking news that she was unqualified to be Vice President and a sure fire skit for Saturday Night Live.

One thing is for certain, Obama’s socialist spread the wealth ideas for our economy is a four letter word.

Why can’t Biden count?

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    31 Responses to “Sounds Like Biden has a Dan Quayle Potato”e” Moment: Joe Biden, Jobs are a 3 Letter Word, J O B S”

    1. denise on October 17th, 2008 1:07 pm

      You are so desperate to find something on the Obama/Biden ticket. We all know he was spelling “job” I guess this kind of stupidity is the same people that are voting for McCain/Palin!!!
      Get used to saying President Obama because most of the country can see through the ignorance and will vote “smart” this time!!

    2. Freebrid on October 17th, 2008 2:21 pm

      Biden is not the only person on that ticket that has a problem with numbers.. Obama don’t even know how many states there are.. And I will never call Obama my President cause I believe he will be the down fall of this country!!!!!!!!!

    3. on October 17th, 2008 2:27 pm

      Denise: Guess you haven’t watched the You Tube video. He spelled J O B S

      But the point made is that when Sarah Palin makes a mistake, it’s front page news (Just like it was with GWB) but if Obama says 57 states with 2 to go or Joe Biden says Jobs is a 3 letter word – oh, we are suppose to over look that.

      If you don’t mind, I will wait until AFTER the American people cast their ballots before I start pronouncing the next President’s name.

    4. Billy Bob on October 17th, 2008 2:41 pm

      Id be a scared monkey too If I was a republican worried to have the country side with democrats the next 8 years. You all are so full of it! Shame on you for talking down to Obama and Biden and the reason why Biden can get away with certain “scruples” is becausse he didnt lie, cheat and have her mooks help him steal his way to the top. I wouldnt be suprised if she gave the whole current administration blowjobs so she can take her hockey-mom mission to the top. I will be damned if I have that bitch in charge of helping run the country. It’s bad enough those types of skanks run our schools; there is no way that bitch is helping run this country. I can’t wait till its official and your whore “patron saint” and Mr. Sell-out McCain get booted back to Alaska and Arizona!

    5. da_wench on October 17th, 2008 3:03 pm

      I love Joe!!!!!

    6. caesu on October 17th, 2008 4:05 pm

      Sarah Palin, associated with Alaska Independence Party:

      “We believe that the best of America is not all in Washington, D.C. We believe, we believe that the best of America is in the small towns that we get to visit, and in the wonderful little pockets of what I call the ‘real America,’ being here with all of you hard working very patriotic, very pro-America areas of this great nation,” she said.

      “This is where we find the kindness and the goodness and the courage of everyday Americans. Those who are running our factories, and teaching our kids, and growing our food, and fighting our wars for us. Those who are protecting us in uniform. Those who are protecting the virtues of freedom.”

      Washington D.C. is:

      -not enough pro-America
      -not real America
      -not patriotic enough

    7. yoyo muffintop on October 17th, 2008 4:20 pm

      #4 – Dude that’s some pretty hateful stuff.

      I understand that worse is said about Obama on a daily basis here but the sentence “It’s bad enough those types of skanks run our schools” is over the line. Say what you want about McCain/Palin but don’t take shots at teachers/administrators. They might be the only decent people left.
      Imo only.

    8. Michelle on October 17th, 2008 4:55 pm

      Who in their right mind would want Obama to be Commander in Chief of the greatest Country in the world when the man doesn’t even know how many states are in this country? He’s an idiot and his lame ass ideas will not work for this country. He is pulling the wool over you ignorant dems that can’t see the forest for the trees.

      Get a freakin clue before it’s too late

    9. Maggie on October 17th, 2008 5:18 pm

      #3 & 7 your statements alone would make me want to vote against anything you are for.

    10. brie. on October 17th, 2008 6:04 pm

      Good grief, what is next, they can’t count and they can’t spell…drug testing in my imagination….there is no excuse for any of that to have happened…

    11. Susan on October 17th, 2008 6:29 pm

      #4 – Billy Bob,

      Is it okay if we talk down to you??? Simmer down, Fido, there’s plenty of ignorance to go around between YOU, JOEY (can’t count the number of letters in words) BIDEN, and OSAMA bin Laden Barack SADDAM HUSSEIN Obama ;-)

    12. ldstlou on October 17th, 2008 6:47 pm

      Say it ain’t so, “Joe”!!!
      Joe the plumber was a fraud!!!He owes $1200 in back taxes and is not a plumber!!! And this is who McCain based his debate on. Joe is definately not the “average american” and he has no wealth to “spread around’!!!
      Now why not do a follow up on the “REAL” Joe the plumber???!!!
      Go Obama!!!!

    13. Maggie on October 17th, 2008 7:42 pm

      per greta


      Palin had a rally of over 15,000 screaming supporters. The boisterous
      crowd kept answering Palin back and shouts of “You’re an inspiration,
      Sarah!” and “Keep Indiana Red!” could be heard. She tailored her speech
      to the state and said her favorite movie is “Hoosiers” recalling her
      Couric interview and that her daughter Piper’s middle name is Indy. She
      pushed the racing analogy saying that Indiana, “knows something about ..keep reading

      Joe will be on Huckabee’s show tomorrow night.I will let him speak for himself. If you have no problem with Dem. Charlie Rangel, who writes the tax laws, failed to report income and is still sitting in Congress..and it was over $75,000 then you shouldn’t have a problem with someone who owes $1,200. The guy does work as a plumber. If you don’t have a problem with a guy who sat in an anti american church for 20 years, hung out with Ayres and Rezko..did nothing to try to fix the mortgage crisis in congress..nor did Biden.. then you shouldn’t have a problem with a guy who owes $1,200 bucks.

    14. Maggie on October 17th, 2008 8:03 pm

      Neb. gov. asks university to cancel Ayers’ talk
      Associated Press Writer
      LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Gov. Dave Heineman has called on University of Nebraska officials to tell 1960s and ’70s radical William Ayers, a central figure in the U.S. presidential campaign, not to speak at the university next month.
      Heineman said NU President J.B. Milliken and the chairman of the Board of Regents should immediately rescind the invitation to Ayers, calling it an embarrassment to the university and the state.
      Ayers, an education professor in Illinois, is slated to speak about education issues at a Nov. 15 conference sponsored by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s College of Education and Human Sciences.
      Ayers was a founder of the Weather Underground, a group that claimed responsibility for bombing several government buildings.


      I hear tonight the wish has been granted.. The governor said people were outraged in Nebraska about him coming. He won’t be appearing.. Donors were outraged and citizens were threatning to withdraw their children from the school if he came.

    15. linda on October 17th, 2008 8:09 pm

      How funny reading some of you calling Obama stupid.

      Just reading your barely literate writings, it would probably be a safe bet that none of you are Columbia and Harvard graduates as is Obama. But yeah, Obama is the one that’s stupid. haha

    16. Maggie on October 17th, 2008 8:52 pm

      Funny how you bring up some calling Obama stupid, but you don’t mention the outrageous comments about the others..figures.. Franklin Raines was a Rhodes Scholar too and helped wipe out Fannie Mae..

      When you guys are elected mayor and Governor come back and let us know.

    17. Maggie on October 17th, 2008 8:55 pm

      McCain gives Letterman his biggest audience in years
      John McCain’s peace summit visit to CBS’ “Late Show” gave David Letterman his highest viewership in nearly three years.

      The Thursday night telecast was seen by 6.5 million viewers, and received a 1.7 rating in the adult demo. That’s the largest audience for the show since December, 2005, when Oprah Winfrey appeared. “Late Show” also topped Jay Leno’s “Tonight Show” (4.6 million viewers) by 43%, and Leno had Joe Biden as a guest.

    18. Maggie on October 17th, 2008 8:59 pm

      btw..George Bush was a graduate of Yale, are you?

    19. Kay Zee Ess on October 17th, 2008 9:52 pm

      Maggie sez…
      “btw..George Bush was a graduate of Yale, are you?”

      Excuse me for protrudin’, but Pres Clinton was one as well. Guess that makes ‘em the Corsican brothers.(Ah feel yer pain, I do! sez one. And I feel yours now, sez the other.)

      und der freebird sez…
      “.. And I will never call Obama my President cause I believe he will be the down fall of this country!!!!!!!!!”

      Hmm, looks like you left out an exclamation point there, freebie, and you don’t have to call him your President for him to be your President, unless you plan to renounce your citizenship and pledge allegience to another country, like Alaska, perhaps.

      President McCain
      President Obama

      Whoever wins will be President and Commander-in- Chief of the USA and all of her citizens. Don’t like it? LEAVE!!!(only 3 exclamation points, saving the rest for other posts)

    20. Richard on October 17th, 2008 9:58 pm

      Maggie, remember that Long-Term Capital Management (I THINK that was the name, but am not certain) was a hedge fund around 1998 based in Greenwich, Conn., where lots of rich folks live.

      It had Nobel Prize-winning economists and mathematicians on its staff. It placed massive bets on the direction of the stock market.

      Those bets proved wrong. Its spectacular collapse for a time imperiled the monetary system.

      Moral? Degrees from a ‘prestigious’ university don’t prove crap … except they pave your way in life and get you admitted into the elite circles.

      As for Biden’s inability to count to four … well, he’s been in Congress for much of his adult life. You can’t expect too much from him ….

    21. Kay Zee Ess on October 17th, 2008 9:59 pm

      Billy Bob sez…

      Oh forget what he sez. He is either an agent provacateur or a profound reason why we should have vouchers(a la McCain) to steer young minds like his away from the destructive path of public education that he seems to be exemplifying so well and heartily.

      Doesn’t take an Einstein to see thru him at any rate. #8-o(What a vocabulary! Does he eat with that mouth?)

    22. Richard on October 17th, 2008 10:17 pm

      Folks, I copied the following from the Web site of a group called the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget. Type that name into a Yahoo search, and you should find the site.

      This group, which includes some fairly impressive Washington names (such as Leon Panetta), warns that our budget deficit for THIS FISCAL YEAR ALONE could approach $1 trillion.

      That’s a lot of money.

      This question was asked of both candidates in the final presidential debate a few days ago, and both candidates fudged it. I suggest that it is the most important question that can be asked now:

      Deficits Fiscal Responsibility McCain Obama
      October 16 – At Wednesday night’s final presidential debate, moderator Bob Schieffer used findings from CRFB’s “Fiscal Voter Guide to the 2008 Election” to push the candidates on whether they would alter any of their campaign promises. An excerpt:

      Bob Schieffer: “We found out yesterday that this year’s deficit will reach an astounding record high $455 billion. Some experts say it could go to $1 trillion next year. Both of you have said you want to reduce the deficit, but the nonpartisan Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget ran the numbers on both of your proposals and they say the cost of your proposals, even with the savings you claim can be made, each will add more than $200 billion to the deficit. Aren’t you both ignoring reality? Won’t some of the programs you are proposing have to be trimmed, postponed, even eliminated? Give us some specifics on what you’re going to cut back.”

    23. Ray on October 17th, 2008 10:21 pm

      When you see what happened to JOE THE PLUMBER just for asking Obama a guestion, god help anyone that ask a PRESIDENT OBAMA such a question. He may be put in jail or shot. You should not get a RECTAL EXAM just for asking OBAMA a question about taxes.

    24. Kay Zee Ess on October 18th, 2008 8:08 am

      ray sez…
      “You should not get a RECTAL EXAM just for asking OBAMA a question about taxes.”

      Actually, the proctologist that USED and ABUSED good ol’ Joe Plumber is Sen McCain, puffing him up and marketing him as something and someone he is not.

      Kinda like throwing a rock and then hiding his hands behind his back. This sad, tired and desperate routine ain’t gonna play, either. He needs to stick to the issues of the economy still as time is ticking.

    25. on October 18th, 2008 9:32 am

      #9 Maggie – I’m sure you meant #4 not #3.

      It’s beyond my comprehension to even begin to understand the hate expressed by some posters on this board (#4 is merely an example). Whether supporting Obama or McCain, there is no excuse for some of the stuff posted here. It’s totally sub-human.

      Repeating lies (#6) that have been debunked over and over is also hateful since you are only saying that you are will to lie to try to convince someone of your point of view.

      Why all the vitriol over Sarah Palin and Joe the Plumber? Joe is an ordinary citizen who asked a question when Obama walked into his neighborhood. Who cares that he owes back taxes? When did he say he didn’t? Who cares if he has a license? Never said he did. It is the ISSUE that Joe raised that was talked about in the debate. Joe is a US citizen, not an issue. He raised an issue and somehow because the left doesn’t like his issue, they attack Joe.

      Don’t you care more that the Treasurer of Obama’s campaign (you know, the guy that controls the money and could easily be controlling your money if Obama is elected president) owes twice (an probably makes 4 times as much) as much in back taxes as Citizen Joe?

    26. brie. on October 18th, 2008 10:44 am

      Obama, Barry Sorento has a lot of nerve, we don’t even know if he should be eligible to be running for a candidate for President, let alone a senator….someone asks you a question that you don’t like and you chastise him …and then rip him up….let’s rip up Obama

      As for sharing wealth, Obama contributed a dribble of money to charity and waited for years to pay back his college loans, when he could of done it earlier….the man is’s all about Obama…..

    27. on October 18th, 2008 11:37 am

      Brie: I disagree with the premise that all of us should follow Obama’s lead and tear up other human beings. We need to stay above bottom feeding regardless of what others do.

      Let’s disagree with policies and issues.

    28. Maggie on October 18th, 2008 1:41 pm

      Maggie, remember that Long-Term Capital Management (I THINK that was the name, but am not certain) was a hedge fund around 1998 based in Greenwich, Conn., where lots of rich folks live.

      It had Nobel Prize-winning economists and mathematicians on its staff. It placed massive bets on the direction of the stock market.

      Those bets proved wrong. Its spectacular collapse for a time imperiled the monetary system.

      Moral? Degrees from a ‘prestigious’ university don’t prove crap … except they pave your way in life and get you admitted into the elite circles.

      Richard I don’t remember that…

      That’s my whole point of not wanting to turn more control over to govt.. sorry I don’t need more govt. I could go pick up some blue collar workers and farmers who could do a better job.

      and that was my point about university crap Richard as if graduating Harvard makes you great. I was responding to the one who was talking like Obama is great because he graduated from Harvard. are was #4.. Instead of racism the issue of this’s more about sexism. Holding females up to a higher standard then the males.

      A few nights ago… I heard Obama wants to be 15 billion more into education.. Bob Schieffer said we already spend the most on it like 68 billion and it isn’t doing any good.. Why throw more at it, if it isn’t working? It’s not just teachers either.. All the red tape..and deep pockets. My daughter teaches 1st grade in Florida..and she’s had girls coming in with low cut blouses on saying they want to look sexy for other boys in the talking about drug talking about their parents sexual stuff..etc.. It’s parents too. Much of tv anymore is pathetic.

    29. Sharon Chicago on October 19th, 2008 7:38 am

      Please, Please watch this video in its entirety! It’s
      > presented by a
      > lifelong Democrat and should open some eyes!
      > Please take a few minutes to watch this video. There is a
      > short
      > introduction by the documentarian, so just be patient.
      > The main character is Philip J. Berg, the former Deputy
      > Attorney General of
      > Pensylvania. He was the chair of the Democratic Party in
      > Montgomery County,
      > PA.He is a lifelong Democrat. I introduce him as such to
      > establish his bona
      > fides with you, because his revelation in this video may
      > very well shake
      > this country to its knees.

    30. denise on October 20th, 2008 5:24 am

      The most respected Republican in the World just said he would vote for Obama!!!
      Colin Powell knew when to get out of the Bush Administration and is now smart enough to vote with his head not his party!!

      Freebird just start practicing President Obama, President Obama, dont worry you’ll get it!!!
      SM: Excuse me but Powell is far from the most respected Republican in the world. Ok, maybe the world, not the USA.

      Powell was just a genius in his decision during Gulf War 1 not to finish the job that was started. All he did was prolong the inevitable.


    31. Alison on July 5th, 2009 10:30 pm

      All I will say is take notice of what News Site aired the clip you are playing, last I checked MSNBC is liberal (well more liberal than most) and they are making fun of Joe Biden, also a liberal. The problem that most republicans have with the liberal news medias is that they attack Palin and most other republican when they screw up, yet, fail to realize that their own stations (FOX etc) also do that. An eye for an eye. So MSNBC laughs off this as “Joe Being Joe” but you never see FOX laughing that off. Vice Versa, if it were Palin who did this then yes, maybe MSNBC would have made it into a huge deal, but FOX would have laughed it off. Grow up a little. Political attacks have been occurring LONG befor you were born.

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