Once in a while, Joe Biden has the wonderful quality of opening his mouth and speaking the absolute truth, to the detriment of his own party. This is such a time.
Biden said Americans have “good reason to be upset” because they lost jobs because of the recession, “something they didn’t have a thing to do with creating.”
Texas Governor Rick Perry went on CNBC today to talk about a lot of issues, including securing the border.
Unfortunately, I can’t get CNBC’s video to embed, so just go here to watch it. The part about the border and immigration starts about 5:40, but he’s got a lot of other good things to say.
I kid you not:
Janeane Garofalo: “Herman Cain is probably well liked by some of the Republicans because it hides the racist elements of the Republican party. Conservative movement and tea party movement, one in the same.
Remember that jobs bill that Obama stood in front of Congress and demanded that they pass right away? Harry Reid seems to have forgotten:
President Obama still is pressing Congress to pass his jobs stimulus bill immediately, but his own party leaders in the Senate, where Democrats have a majority, have pushed that vote off yet again.
First, I’ll present Ted Leonsis’ bona fides as an Obama supporter, from his own article:
I voted for our President. I have maxed out on personal donations to his re-election campaign. I forgot his campaign wants to raise $1 billion. THAT is a lot of money–money–money–money! Money still talks. It blows my mind when I am asked for money as a donation at the same time I am getting blasted as being a bad guy!
Now, his plea to the President he voted for and supported: