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originally posted by: DBCowboy
a reply to: IAMTAT
Well, for all the people who have defended leftist protestors at Trump rallies and conservative speaking engagements, I'm sure they'll be here in droves to defend this guy for speaking and exercising his 1st Amendment rights.
Any minute now.
Just wait for it.
In just a few seconds, just wait.
3. . . . 2. . . . .
originally posted by: Martin75
a reply to: RalagaNarHallas
The scary word NO ONE wants to hear.
But, look at his behavior lately and your comment holds a lot of weight.
I often feel empathy for these people... I don't think they have much to say about their life's direction.
originally posted by: ChefFox
If he cant take a tough question from the dem voting base how could Biden be ready at the debates with Trump or anyone else? its clear that Joe Biden tried his best by deflecting the question by insulting and mocking the voter. Not a smart move.
i mean those segregationists must have been fun to work with eh old joe? this is how he described obama in the past
Biden has a history of talking about race in ways that make him look, at best, like an old and out-of-touch white guy. At an Upper East Side fund-raiser, in June, he spoke warmly of his days in the Senate working alongside segregationists. “At least there was some civility,” he said. Those words set off weeks of discussion about whether Biden, despite his lead in the polls and his decades at the heights of power in Washington, was the right person to lead the Democratic Party’s repudiation of a President who has championed racism and nativism. With Biden’s “poor kids” comment getting immediate attention, his campaign tried to get ahead of the story by putting out a statement, saying, “Vice President Biden misspoke and immediately corrected himself during a refrain he often uses to make the point that all children deserve a fair shot.” But the story was bigger than the single quote. Biden misspoke several times during his trip to Iowa—the state where, in 1987, his first run for the Presidency fell apart, after he plagiarized Neil Kinnock, the former British Labour Party leader, in his stump speech. At the Iowa State Fair, on Thursday, he screwed up one of his new slogans, telling a crowd, “We choose truth over facts!” At the Asian and Latino Coalition, he referred to Margaret Thatcher when he meant Theresa May, and spoke of using biofuels to power “steamships.” (On Monday, the group announced that it had decided to endorse Kamala Harris.) On Saturday, after an appearance at a gun-control forum hosted by Moms Demand Action, Biden told reporters that the students who survived the shooting in Parkland, Florida, last year “came up to see me when I was Vice-President,” even though the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School occurred a year after Biden left the White House. The media narrative soon became, simply, What about those gaffes?
and that was something that was litterally right in front of him
During a 2008 campaign rally in Missouri, Biden asked the audience to applaud State Senator Chuck Graham. "Stand up, Chuck, let 'em see you," Biden said, gesturing for Graham to stand. Graham, a paraplegic following a car accident, is confined to a wheelchair. "Oh, god love ya, what am I talking about," Biden said, realizing his mistake. "I tell you what, you're making everybody else stand up though, pal. Thank you very, very much...You can tell I'm new."
to trumps base this is just trump being well trumpy but to bidens base? its a microaggression and his privilege needing to be checked.
Indian accents In 2006, Biden commented on the growing population of Indian Americans in Delaware. "You cannot go to a 7-11 or a Dunkin' Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent. I'm not joking," he told a voter.
at least when trump says mean stuff they are coherent thoughts then he stuck his foot in his mouth on gun control
‘Make Sure You Have the Record Player On at Night’ Responding to a question about his opposition to reparations for slavery during the third Democratic primary debate in September, Biden pivoted to discussing gaps in education and encouraged teachers and parents to “have the record player on at night.” “They don’t — they don’t know quite what to do,” Biden said, referring to parents not knowing how to raise their children and then offered some advice. “Play the radio, make sure the television — excuse me, make sure you have the record player on at night. … Make sure that kids hear words.”
and this last one just because it makes me laugh
Biden Says It’s ‘Absolutely Mindless’ Magazines with Multiple Rounds Have Not Been Banned Speaking to reporters at a campaign stop in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Biden criticized Trump following another mass shooting in Texas that occurred over Labor Day weekend 2019, killing seven people. Biden called it “absolutely mindless” that firearm magazines with more than one round have not been banned. “The idea that we don’t have elimination of assault type weapons, magazines that can hold multiple bullets in them, it’s absolutely mindless,” Biden said, going on to argue that such a ban would not violate the Second Amendment.
when on the campaign trail when you have to say your not going nuts your in trouble ,let alone repeatedly not knowing where the hell he is at any given moment ,and im sure this final quote went over really well with the LGBTQ base the dems have when he said this
‘I’m Not Going Nuts’ Biden forgot which building he was speaking in during a stop at Dartmouth College on Aug. 24, in New Hampshire. “I want to be clear, I’m not going nuts,” Biden told the crowd Friday after stuttering. “I’m not sure whether it was the medical school or where the hell I spoke. But it was on the campus.”
so yeah.......about the dem base hes alienating
‘There Are at Least Three’ Genders A Turning Point USA field staffer confronted Biden in Iowa on Aug. 9, asking him, “How many genders are there?” “There are at least three,” Biden said, trying to appease the liberal wing of the Democratic Party that has been pushing society to abandon two-gender biology. The staffer pressed Biden on the question. “What are they?” she inquired. “Don’t play games with me, kid,” Biden said before grabbing the young staffer’s arm to explain his previous support for gay marriage. “By the way, the first one to come out for marriage was me.”
originally posted by: MiddleInsite
And if Trump did the same thing, you guys would be applauding.
If Trump is allowed to rant, I really don't see how any of you can be so critical of Biden doing the same. On second thought, yes I do. Most of you here are hypocrites.
originally posted by: Spiramirabilis
a reply to: DanDanDat
How does that square with Democrat voters? How do you fool your selves into thinking you are the adults in the room when your party leadership act so juvenile?
After a few years of Trump - how do you feel about how badly he's treated people consistently?
You guys can't have it both ways. Now you want to call out Biden for getting angry?
The bar was lowered because some on the right lowered it. Not all people. Some people still have integrity on the left and the right. Some people still believe in mutual respect even when we disagree
There was a huge push for people to be able to say whatever they wanted without repercussions. Snowflakes were people who couldn't handle it or got angry
So, here we are
You're mad because Joe Biden got angry, and now you want the left to answer for it?
originally posted by: burntheships
originally posted by: fringeofthefringe
Biden is making Trump look calm, cool and collected.
Biden called an ordinary voter a liar,
that is unprecedented scary.