VP Joe Biden Once Again Influencing People and Making Friends … “You’re the dullest audience I’ve ever spoken to”
Biden at it again …
President Barack Obama and VP Joe Biden have finally found the winning combination to getting their base out to vote for the 2010 midterm elections … insult them.
Biden said to an audience in Wisconsin, “You’re the dullest audience I’ve ever spoken to.” And the Dems wonder why there is an enthusiasm gap with the GOP. Go figure, you have a Democrat VP telling you about jobs you lost and some how that is supposed to be inspiring and uplifting. What must Democrat Governors, House and Senate candidates be thinking. We have a President that is so toxic we cannot even reference his name or policies, let alone have him campaign directly and a VP who is such a goof and court jester that votes go out the window every time he opens his mouth. At least this time he only called the audience dull, he didn’t tell them to stop whining.
Vice President Joe Biden got a laugh from his audience at a Wisconsin fundraising event Thursday when he tried to rile the crowd about the economic collapse of 2008.
“We want to reward people who manufacture things in the United States, in Wisconsin, not to take them overseas to China and to other countries!” he said to a silent room at the event for Democratic gubernatorial nominee Tom Barrett, according to a White House pool report.
He continued, saying, “You’re the dullest audience I’ve ever spoken to,” at which point he got applause and laughs. “Do you realize how many jobs Wisconsin lost? It’s staggering!”
Biden and President Obama have made frequent campaign stops in recent weeks in an attempt to jolt Democrats who are lagging Republicans in voter enthusiasm measures, in part due to the slowing pace of the economic recovery under the administration’s watch.
At least he didn’t make any of the Democrat donors in the audience stand up and take a bow who were in wheelchairs. I guess the VP is growing into his role.