Forget about the American Dream if you are a plumber says Joe Biden. The Vice President of the United States of America, who just last week screamed and yelled about how his parents dreamed about him becoming president now thinks that ordinary people, like plumbers, cannot be president. Biden was attacking Mitt Romney, saying that Romney′s business experience does not qualify him to be presidential material. Forget about Mitt having been a governor of a state, or his background growing up in the halls of political power that his father achieved. Apparently, Biden thinks that while somebody who was a community organizer is qualified to run for president, or those already well entrenched in our corrupt political system, the ″Little People″ who actually make the country work are not up to the task. Needless to say, Sam Wurzelbacher, a.k.a Joe the Plumber, who is currently running for Congress in Ohio, disagrees with Joe ′Bite-Me′ Biden.
So once again we have stunning examples of the elitism and hypocrisy of the Liberal Democrats, and of the growing suspicion that Joe Biden is becoming mentally unstable. It is one thing to play the role of a political attack dog. Biden′s stream of recent angry rants are raising questions about whether or not Barack Obama will keep him on the ticket this election? The gaffes and buffoonery that Biden has been spewing out of his mouth of late are becoming a serious distraction for the White House. Biden, as you may recall, did suffer a brain aneurysm in 1988 and required brain surgery. Has time caught up with him?
Vice President Joe Biden is at it again with his angry-man rants, this time attacking Mitt Romney and his practical business experience by comparing running an equity firm with being a plumber. Biden does not think that such career paths qualify one to be President of the United States of America. The venom Biden spewed is an insult to every average American in the country. I suppose Biden would not consider Roger Sherman, a Founding Father whose first version of our Bill of Rights is considered by many to be superior, should have been ignored since Sherman was a ′simple cobbler from Connecticut.′ Sherman correctly placed the right to own and bear arms as his First Amendment, since all other amendments of the Bill of Rights, guaranteeing the liberty of individuals and the sovereignty of the states, stems from the ability to defend one self. Without a right to bear arms, all other rights, including free speech, can easily be watered down or taken away over time. So how about it, Joe Biden? Can a cobbler be president?