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Biden’s Bad Bid for Barry’s Jobs

by David Yeagley · October 20, 2011 · 13 Comments ·

Vice-president Joe Biden’s recent remarks about police and crime evince the folly of liberal pseudo-thinking. It is a hideous exposure of the heinous abuse language, emotion, and political office. And, naturally, Biden justified his remarks when they were questioned.

“Murder will continue to rise. Rape will continue to rise. All crime will continue to rise,” Biden said last week, if Congress fails to pass Barry’s government jobs act. Wednesday (October 18) he dramatized the incendiary slogan further.

The other thing I’ve heard from my friends who oppose this – this whole jobs bill and this – that this is just temporary,” Biden said. “Well let me tell you, it’s not temporary when that 911 call comes in and a woman’s being raped if a cop shows up in time to prevent the rape, it’s not temporary to that woman. It’s not temporary to the guy whose store is being held up and a gun is being pointed to his head. If a cop shows up and he’s not killed, that’s not temporary to that store owner. Give me a break, temporary! I wish these guys that thought it was temporary, I wish they had some notion what it’s like to be on the other side of a gun or a 200 pound man standing over you telling you to submit. Folks, it matters. It matters!”

Biden severely rebuked a Human Events reporter, with a threatening word and gesture, and urged with exigency his slogan, No jobs bill, more rape.

In his calculated enthusiasm (or feigned authority), Biden completely ignores the reality of police work. Police are not a preventative agency. They do not stop crimes. This is a profoundly mistaken expectation, which many emotionalists in the country share, along with the Democrat Vice-president of the United States. Police don’t prevent crime. Police are a clean-up crew. They enforce the law on criminals–after the criminal has committed a crime. The police do not follow criminals around to make sure they don’t commit crimes.

But the Democrat use of provocation and emotion is standard. The Democrat is not embarrassed by obvious error, as long as the emotion is right, and the notion is visceral. Democrats want jobs (particularly union jobs and government jobs), therefore, anyone against them doesn’t want jobs. And, in the case of police, anyone who doesn’t want more police wants to see more women raped.

Nancy Pelosi said Republicans want women to die on the floor because Republicans are against tax-supported abortion.

Republicans want old people to die, because the party does not support ObamaCare. Republicans want dirty air, dirty water, and higher temperatures. This is the standard sophomoric pretense that characterizes Democrat demagogues. It is prepubescent, and appeals to the uneducated, uninformed, and non-thinking. It appeals to feeling, outrage, and, in a way, serves as a kind of auto-erotic, or, to use an Obama term, self-stimulating self-righteousness. To be outraged at wrong, to feel indignation, this alone constitutes religion and righteousness for the Democrat mind–at least that mind display ad nauseum in Washington and its media.

Biden’s statistics about crime in Flint, Michigan have been challenged, as well, as if facts matter to a Democrat politician. says that, with the reduction of police officers from 265 (2008) to 144 (2010), rapes went down from 102 to 93. This, according to FBI figures, not city figures. In fairness, did admit that what Biden said about crime in Flint, Michigan was mostly true. It just isn’t related to the Obama government jobs bill.

Michelle Malkin points out that the first Obama Stimulus, as Biden pitched it, would provide more policemen. Apparently, it has had the opposite effect, at least in Flint, Michigan.

But the question is—is it right for an American leader to abuse common sense? That’s what the Human Events reporter was trying to get out of Biden, really. Is it right for the Vice-president of the United States to so blatantly trespass logic, to rape reason, in an yellow news attempt to get an abominable bill passed in Congress? (The bill doesn’t even provide police jobs. It provides money to cities to do what the bosses want to do with it. That generally means more funding for “education.”)

“Don’t screw around with me,” Biden threatens the Human Events reporter, while Biden screws around with the American public.

Posted by David Yeagley · October 20, 2011 · 9:26 pm CT · ·

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13 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Pamela K. // Oct 20, 2011 at 11:23 pm   

    “A self confident fool has no delight in understanding but only revealing his personal opinions and himself.”

    “A self-confident fool’s lips bring contention, and his mouth invites a beating.”

    “A self-confident fool’s mouth is his ruin, and his lips are a snare to himself.”

    “Death and life are in the power of the tongue, and they who indulge in it shall eat the fruit of it, for death or life.”

    Proverbs 18: 2, 6,7, 21

    I think Solomon must have had someone like Joe Biden in mind when he wrote these words of wisdom.

  • 2 Pamela K. // Oct 21, 2011 at 8:53 am

    If she was still alive, I wonder what Joe’s proud Irish mama would have to say about her son’s ridiculous fear-mongering!

    As for the Abortion Queen of the Senate:

    It is not the Republicans killing women, it’s Planned Parenthood in cahoots with groups like the Susan G. Komen Foundation for Breast Cancer Research

  • 3 zephyr // Oct 21, 2011 at 9:00 am   

    In keeping with the constant call for violence direct from the Oval Office, Dems invaded the Oakland Co GOP.

    911 calls from the GOP volunteers:

    Mob chant:

    Would be interesting to know if these people were bused in? Clearly race is a factor here. Violent black Dems trying to intimidate whites.

  • 4 David Yeagley // Oct 21, 2011 at 9:00 am   

    They really do try to pull the wool over the public eyes, don’t they?! There are permanent social consequences for this fraudulence, and we all end up paying the price in our personal lives, innocent though we may be.

  • 5 Pamela K. // Oct 21, 2011 at 9:53 am   


    “Death and life are in the power of the tongue, and they who indulge in it shall eat the fruit of it, for death or life.”

    Proverbs 18:21

    The Real “Culture War” & The Politics Of Abortion

  • 6 Maharishi of Mayhem // Oct 21, 2011 at 10:19 am   

    I guess I am sort of a dreamer….however, my ultimate fantasy is that Brobama is the next one that gets pulled from the drainpipe. Dream, dream, dream…..

  • 7 wyoman // Oct 21, 2011 at 12:46 pm   

    “appeals to the uneducated, the uninformed and non-thinking”. That describes the Democrat base. In this time of voter dissatisfaction with all parts of government Joe apparently wants to solidify the base. He shouldn’t worry, that demographic normally does vote Democrat.

  • 8 Kris // Oct 21, 2011 at 10:45 pm   

    And they remain in the minority; how typical of them; it has ever been thus…I was stationed in the Azores when Jimmy Carter was here destroying our economy and during his foreign relations coup in Iran, (intended sarcasm) for which he claimed no responsibility; there remains one difference though; Mr. Carter didn’t despise his own country as does Obama; it has become obvious in everything this administration does, with Obama at the helm, and Joe Biden following closely behind, that at the very least, Obama & his czars do…we all can wonder why the people voted for both of these frauds, knowing history and not at least remembering some of what transpired over thirty years ago…history does tend to repeat itself and we all have to suffer these fools yet again and be treated as if we are the children..another reason for continuing resentment. Thanks again for your assessment & outlook.

  • 9 Sioux // Oct 22, 2011 at 9:13 pm   

    Many wondered at the time why the Anointed One would pick someone as crass and vile as Biden for VP- some said it was an insurance policy for Barry Soetoro– others suspected it was a payoff. Here’s one of many accounts of what happened.

  • 10 David Yeagley // Oct 22, 2011 at 9:52 pm   

    I’m thinking all politicians are a bit scary. But, Dems are way out in front. They act as though they really believe what they’re saying. Consistently and convincingly. At least to many people.

  • 11 Sioux // Oct 23, 2011 at 9:13 am   

    I agree that all politicians are scary – anyone who thinks they should have any power over me is scary. I remember awhile back when Bubba Clinton justified higher taxes because we peasants are just too stupid to know how to spend our own money for the “right things.” Where do the Patriot candidates go once they are elected? They become part of the problem for the most part, defending the indefensible.

  • 12 David Yeagley // Oct 23, 2011 at 11:02 am   

    Do you think Bachmann could stay above that? Her handlers put her in a feminized military-like outfit during the last debate (a white Sgt. Pepper uniform), and pulled her hair back, to make her look more masculine. Next, they’ll remove her make-up. This is all a big mistake, and bespeaks the attempts to change her, to make her fit.

    Most people are quite happy with her the way she is. I have an instinct that she might be able to stay above the “politics.” Could be wrong, but, one has to hope for somebody!

  • 13 Sioux // Oct 23, 2011 at 7:12 pm   

    Both Bachman and Palin allowed themselves to be “handled” during their respective campaigns — if they are are going to play with the big boys, they need to stand strong for themselves and their own authentic persona, which is what made them so popular in the first place. Then the handlers start feeding them what the “focus” groups are saying, and off to the races trying to figure out how to please everyone. Impossible to do, and you shouldn’t even try if you have any maturity at all. So, Ladies, if you can’t handle the pressure of the campaign and your own staff, how are you going to stay true to what we expect of you as President???? Worst of all, I can’t stand listening to either Palin or Bachman when they are doing public speaking. Sounds way too shrieky and contrived. I am glad Palin is sitting this one out. Bachman, you should have, too.

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