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    Run, Joe, Run

    Run, Joe, Run

    for President in 2016.

    He’s our best, and maybe only, hope. 

    At a minimum he will generate numerous quotables regarding his likely opponent, Hillary.  If by some miracle he’s the nominee, it will be a big f-ing deal when it comes to our chances of winning the White House.

    Ted Cruz’s Joe Biden joke

    Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, shared some jokes at Vice President Joe Biden’s expense on Saturday as he spoke at the Family Leadership Summit in Iowa.

    “Vice President Joe Biden,” Cruz began, pausing for a moment as the crowd laughed.

    “You know the nice thing is that you don’t even need a punchline,” he added as the crowd roared with laughter.

    “You just say his name and people laugh,” Cruz noted, reminding the crowd of Biden’s advice about firing a shotgun in the air if a person’s house was under attack.

    “Which is very very good advice,” Cruz added. “If it so happens you are being attacked by a flock of geese.”

    Caffeinated Thoughts has Cruz’s full speech from the conference – Cruz’s Biden jokes begins at at the 7.00 minute mark.


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    Carol Herman | August 12, 2013 at 5:41 pm

    To some, “being in the game,” means everything. They are the “in” people (along with Orca) in Hollywood. And, they are the “in” crowd when it comes to horse-racing presidential winnahs. Some, like McCain, are retired (losers). But others just head for the nearest microphone to claim 2016 status.

    Guess who’s running in 2016? I’ve already picked Kerry for the democrats. And, it’s still open who will run as the republican. But it’s not a hefty field at all. Most young folk may get distracted by an “independent?”

    If it’s an “independent” it’s gonna be a guy (not a gal), loaded for bear when it comes to money. A “Google” bear? Maybe.

    For sure, the republicans that won’t get the nod include Ted Cruz. Dole, Libby or Bob. Or Romney.

    But I’m giving Mitch Daniels a potential spot. (Not Christie.)

    Daniels is as under the radar as anyone can be. His state never suffered from the housing bubble. Real estate in Indiana is still affordable. And, there’s lots of jobs. Yes, you can thank the governor. Good man. And, doesn’t owe out any favors.

    Being grey doesn’t count against ya in the internet age.

    And, yes. I’m taking Kerry over Hillary. Where he wouldn’t even nominate her to be his veep. You want a candidate? Reid.

    rabidfox | August 12, 2013 at 11:47 pm

    Carol, Harry Reid won’t run as VP. Why should he give up all his power to sit for 4 years in a do-nothing, no power slot? If he has Presidential ambitions he will run on his own bat because he’ll be ancient by 2020.

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