Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Where's Joe? Where's Joe Biden?

Forget Where’s Waldo?

        We could always find Waldo.

Where’s Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr?

No, not Joe Six Pack

       Joe doesn’t drink

Where’s Joe Biden?

No – not Joe the Plumber

       He’s running for Congress in Ohio.

Where’s Joe Biden, the Vice President of the United States?

No – not Morning Joe

        He’s still on MSNBC

Where’s the Vice President?

No – not Joe Palooka

         He was a cartoon character with a statue in Oolitic, Indiana

Where’s the Veep?

No – not Joe Blow or Joe Schmo

          Sounds like the real Joe, but he’s not them

Where is the Vice President of the United States?

          Not a peep, nor squeal, nor squeak. Not even a gaffe from Joe Biden.

          That's not good old Joe.

Where is he?

Forget for the moment who will be Governor Romney’s Vice Presidential nominee.

Where is the current Vice President?

We’re in the middle of the Presidential campaign, and the VP is nowhere to be seen or heard. Joe Biden is AWOL.

That’s not like Joe. He always has something to say. Just wind him up, and off he goes, and goes, and goes, and goes.

He’s never been muzzled, probably not even as a baby with a pacifier in his mouth.

Where is Joe?

Is he off on a secret BFD diplomatic trip?

That’s not Biden.

Isn't he the link to blue collar voters, to the Irish Catholics of America?

President Obama's Campaign wrote them off  awhile back.

Is the Vice President sleeping on the job?

No, he only does that during the President’s speeches before Congress.

The traditional structure of Presidential campaigns has been changed by President Obama this year – that’s the change in Hope and Change.

The President usually takes the high road while the Vice President becomes the attack dog, the pit bull of the campaign. Not this time.

President Obama has become his own attack dog, belittling himself and the Office of the President in the process. President Obama is so imbued with his rhetorical skills that he believes his words will move all. He delivered scores of speeches beseeching enactment of Obamacare. The more he talked, the less popular it became.

The President has sent David Axelrod, his campaign startegist, out on the stump, but Axelrod’s best in Chicago.

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has been a pitbull recently, but he’s guaranteed to suffer from Hoof ‘n Mouth Disease.

Where’s Joe?

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