Lunatics running the asylum

Biden Flubs Boston Bombing Tribute by KEITH KOFFLER on APRIL 16 2014 11:05 AM 

President Obama Tuesday passed the Boston Marathon memorializing duties to Vice President Biden who, typically, screwed it up.Brainless Joe!Brainless Idiot Joe Biden Tells Boston Bombing Survivors “It Was Worth It?”     

“To those quote ‘survivors.’ My God, you have survived and you have soared. It was worth it, I mean this sincerely, just to hear each of you speak. You are truly, truly inspiring. I have never heard anything so beautiful as what all of you just said.”

It was worth it? What is he even trying to say? I assume he didn’t mean their suffering was worth it. Please God, make that not be the case, even if it’s just a mental mixup. He was probably trying to relate that the victims’ remarks made it worth it for him to come to Boston. But really? Was it some kind of imposition And why is Biden heading up the White House commemoration of this event in the first place? Where’s Obama? Holding a personal moment of silence. Maybe Joe begged for the job because he wanted to show Democratic primary voters what a healer he can be. In that case, it wasn’t worth it.?Obama-moment-silence-e1397656611218

I watched Biden speak live and my toes curled up under my feet, the man is an absolute blithering idiot… Several days ago the White House ‘warned’ Russia against further military action in the Ukraine, and then announced that “US Vice President Joe Biden will travel to Kiev on April 22 to demonstrate high-level US support. Dear Gawd, which lunatic is really running the White House asylum?             Yours Aye

Mr Cuckoo himself…

Vice President Joe Biden has now said that there is no reason for him not to run for president except for the fact that he likes driving his own car.16438-clowncar.. ‘2012 model shown’

‘There may be reasons why I don’t run, but there’s no obvious reason for me why I think I should not run,’ Biden told CNN. Biden has been plagued by questions about whether or not he will be running for President a third time in 2016, and he has stuck to his standing line about how has not yet decided. ‘For me the decision to run or not run is going to be determined by me as to whether I am the best qualified person to focus on the two things I’ve spent my whole life on: giving ordinary people a fighting chance to make it and a sound foreign policy that’s based on rational interests of the United States where we not only are known for the power of our military but the power of our example,’ he said.article-2553929-1B457BE100000578-697_634x359Biden, who is 71 and will be 73 at the time of the next election, previously said that he and his wife, Dr Jill Biden, had not had a formal conversation about 2016 and this time he took a different tack in answering the same question. ‘After I ran the first time, she didn’t want me to run again. The second time, she came to me and said you’ve gotta run. The reason she wanted me to run was because she was convinced if I ran we’d end the war in Iraq and have a sounder foreign policy and she was convinced if I ran I would work like hell to make sure the middle class got a fighting chance,’ Biden told CNN on Thursday.images 

‘I think the future for this country – I know people think I’m too optimistic, but it is incredible and there is so much just within our grasp.’ He said that his best bet on a deadline for the decision would be that he will have a verdict by ‘realistically, a year this summer’ which would give him just over a year to launch a formal campaign. ‘Doesn’t mean I’m the only guy who can do it, but no one else I think can, and I think I can then I’ll run. If I don’t I won’t.’ The obvious other competitor that he will – or won’t – be facing, is Hillary Clinton.

ClintonsThe former Secretary of State is also mulling her decision about 2016, but her polling numbers and formal fundraising operation are significantly more suggestive of a run. The bevy of recent polls matching the various Republican candidates up with one likely Democrat all use Clinton as that figure, and the most recent take on the possible Democratic primary line up- done by Quinnipiac on January 31- has Biden with 9 per cent of the vote as compared to Clinton’s 64 per cent. Joe Biden says there’s ‘no obvious reason why I shouldn’t run’ for President and he’ll decide next summer

Jeeze, it’s not even Spring yet, and I’ve just heard the first ‘cuckoo!’      Yours Aye.

Joe Biden presidential campaign rumors

Vice President Joe Biden has sparked rumors of presidential aspirations by delivering a campaign-style speech in Iowa, the first voting state in the presidential primary process. Most Democrats are watching former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for hints about her 2016 plans, but Biden has neither confirmed nor denied his intentions to run. Joe Biden sparks presidential campaign rumors at Iowa fund raising appearance article-2421639-1BD7EF80000005DC-744_634x445A simple musing from this side of the pond, how about the Democrats pushing for Joe Biden for President, and Hillary Clinton for Vice President Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton’s proposed ‘joint’ theme tune for the run up to the 2016 Presidency election        Yours Aye.

An empty gaze across the office

‘And then I was like pew, pew, pew and I got Bin Laden’: Photo of Obama with his foot on the Oval Office’s desk sparks outrage and ridicule & Joe Biden has a senior moment.article-0-1B9B5C7D000005DC-17_638x428Joe Biden stroking his chin thinking; ‘Bin Laden~Bin Laden, I’ve heard that name mentioned before, some where’? Hmmmm, ‘buy a shotgun~buy a shotgun, Bin Laden~Bin Laden’? Nope it’s just not coming back to me… No disrespect intended American cousins…            Yours Aye.

For 113th Game, Navy Wins Again

Yikes: Vice President Joe Biden meets with Salvatore Giunta a recipient of the Medal of Honor, at the Army-Navy game.

So the Army hacked into the Navy (or some Admiral’s) email and sent out the below phony note, supposedly from Vice Admiral Michael H. Miller:

Vice Admiral Michael H. Miller
Dec 5
to goarmysinknavy, AllUSNA, USCC, BTD

In preparation for the humiliating defeat Army will be dealing to us in the near future, I have some guidance to pass down.

First: when we stage for march-on, we need to clean up our act. The internet has us pegged as dirty slobs– this year, we need to bring trash bags and clean up after ourselves. From what I understand, Army is embarrassed to even be associated with us.

Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds

Second: clean up the actual march-on. Please at least pretend to be in the military. Dress right dress, don’t talk at attention, etc. Seriously, this one is too easy.

Third: we need to have better accountability of our goats. This is also very embarrassing.

Fourth: when Army sings second, we will be respectful and professional.

Fifth: we need to be better at cyber.

Finally, I award you all with PMI (sleep ins) until Christmas. Maybe even a little longer, depending on how morale is going after Army defeats us on Saturday.
Go Army, Sink Navy!

Nice try, Army. The Navy still won, 13-17. Keenan Reynolds scored a late touchdown to give the Middies the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy and bragging rights to the 113th rivalry game. Next year, Army. . .

Hunter Biden Joins the World’s Finest Navy

Note to all Sailors, please be on the lookout for Ensign Hunter Biden. Yes, the Vice President’s son is going down the tried path of a direct commission:

Joe Biden, Hunter Biden

Vice President Joe Biden will have another military son to worry about as he helps chart America’s course around the world.

Biden’s youngest son, Hunter, is joining the Navy.

The attorney and former lobbyist applied for a commission into the Navy Reserve as a public affairs officer and was selected, the Navy said Friday. Because Hunter Biden is 42, he needed a special waiver to be accepted, but that is not uncommon. He is one of seven candidates recommended for a direct commission for public affairs.

Or is Hunter Biden going to be comissioned as an LT, as in LT Hunter Biden? Could be, those PAO guys are smooth talkers.

Navy Has Plans for Better-Tasting Chow?

What is the most repeated headline regarding the Navy over the past hundred years? If you guessed: Navy has plans for better-tasting chow, you would be right. And our offender today is none other than USA Today (who really should be renamed USA Yesterday):

A formation of U.S. Navy Blue Angel fighter jets perform a flyover above graduating Midshipmen.

As executive chef for Vice President Joe Biden, Chief Culinary Specialist Thomas McNulty cooks for some of the world’s most powerful people using some of the same skills the Navy hopes will make food that sailors eat tastier and healthier.

The Navy wants a ship’s galley to have the feel of Mom’s kitchen, making meals from scratch whenever possible.

“The culinary world has blown up, and I think it’s a natural progression that the military and the Navy have seen that we just can’t sit in an archaic era,” said McNulty, a 14-year veteran.

As America’s foodie culture becomes more widespread, sailors — particularly younger ones — have more daring tastes. Sailors are also interested in healthier foods, so the Navy wants its cooks to have the know-how to cut fat, cholesterol and calories without cutting flavor.

“Really, the morale of a ship, I think most folks will tell you, starts at the mess decks,” said Cmdr. Danny King, director of Navy food services.

McNulty trained with Marcus Dunbar, executive chef at the Westin Hotel in downtown Seattle and one of many civilian chefs helping Navy cooks hone their skills. Sailors also have trained with chefs at the Hotel Del Coronado in Coronado, Calif., as well as at upscale chains such as Hilton and Marriott.

Standing by for incoming culinary delights. I will tell you, though, any grub is good grub.

PS That is the real picture from the USA Today article. The Naval Academy. And the Blue Angels. Both of whom eat lots of chow. Well, the Middies and the pilots eat a lot of chow. The actual Academy and the F-18s do not eat Navy chow. You got to hand it to USA Today. Their picture choice is almost Pulitzer Prize worthy. . .