Skip to comments."Why Joe is No Joke" [NEWSWEEK BARF ALERT]
Posted on 10/11/2009 7:47:47 AM PDT by ejdrapes
The October 19 issue of Newsweek (on newsstands October 12), "Why Joe is No Joke," features Joe Biden as an "inconvenient truth teller" who has bucked President Obama on health-care reform and Afghanistan
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Stop it! You’re killing me! This is the National Lampoon Newsweek parody issue, right? Right? Come to think of it, how would anyone know the difference?
She called Biden's solution to solve the problems in Afghanistan "An absolute disaster!"
I dare say she has a better grasp of what's going on out there than this current administration does.
Joe Biden, too stupid to know how stupid he is.
HTTP://JOEBIDENSAIDTHAT.COM/ read it and weep from laughter. Biden - Biden( since he plagiarized an Englishman thus the double name is an imbecile.
haha I’m waiting for the day when they fold all together.
# The Washington Post Co. admits that its magazine division, which includes Newsweek, had an operating loss of $27 million on $176 million in revenue in 2008.
I’ve been reading these reports for **years**!
Why are these organizations still functioning? When are they **finally** going to go belly up?
This would fall under the category entitled "If you have to deny it, it's probably true."
Those occasions happen less with Joe Biden, and when he does state The Truth, the media quickly buries it as doubleplusunObama thoughts.
It would be harder to find a more liberal propaganda rag other than the NY Slimes; than Newsweak. Its nothing but lies from cover to cover.
[Stop it! Youre killing me! This is the National Lampoon Newsweek parody issue, right? Right? ]
Stop being foolish. That’s Alfred E. Neuman and Mad Magazine or I’ll eat my hat.
Can you imagine if any Republican (specifically his 2008 opponent Palin) said even one-thousandth the crazy brain-damaged ravings that Biden endlessly spews forth? Biden had two major neurosurgeries 11 years ago and has not been right in the head since.
Newsweek can't shut down soon enough.
Biden, Feb. 2007 on Obama’s appeal: “I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy. I mean that’s a storybook, man.”
Aug. 2007 on Obama’s experience: “I think he can be ready, but right now I don’t believe he is. The presidency is not something that lends itself to on-the-job training.”
Aug. 2007 on Obama’s threat to go into Pakistan after Al Qaeda: “The way to deal with it is not to announce it, it’s to do it. . . . The last thing you want to do is telegraph to the folks in Pakistan that we’re about to violate . . . their sovereignty.”
Aug. 2007 on Obama’s pledge to meet with leaders of rogue nations: “Would I make a blanket commitment to meet unconditionally with the leaders of each of those countries within the first year I was president? Absolutely, positively no.”
Sept. 2007 on Obama’s Iraq plan: “My impression is he thinks that if we leave, somehow the Iraqis are going to have an epiphany. I’ve seen zero evidence of that.”
I repeat: How would anyone know the difference?
What would we do without Newsweak?
This article is almost beyond the pale. These two “reporters” have literally sold their souls. It’s a glowing report on both Biden and Obama- yet takes the opportunity to denounce Bush and Cheney. Amazingly, no mention of what he’s most infamous for- his plagiarisms. In fact, it only mentions “two” mistakes in a single paragraph at the end. The article mentions Vietnam, but not the fact Biden had 5 deferments- the same as Cheney. Nor does it reveal he finally got a medical deferment for asthma he had as a teenager- something he never mentioned in his own biography. Of course, there are two inadvertent character revelations of the two top Dems. One, that Obama plays ventriloquist to Biden’s dummy at small meeting with senior officials, and two, after Obama publicly ridiculed Biden, the President used aides to apologize rather than having the decency to do it himself. Other than that, these two are perfect.
You have a much larger capacity for punishment than I do. I stopped reading Newsweak and Time about 25 years ago, not because of ideology, but lameness. It’s like reading a bunch of the “opinion” pieces contributed by your neighbors to the local Thursday weekly. They have noting original to say and they say it poorly.
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