Biden: You will be r@ped or murdered without Jobs Bill

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Biden Evokes Sexual, Violent Imagery Again in Push for $447 Jobs Bill
Published October 19, 2011
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Vice President Biden is stepping up his argument that ***** and murders could increase if Congress does not pass President Obama’s $447 billion jobs bill – evoking sexual and violent imagery in his sales pitch for the second time in a week.
Speaking to Philadelphia police officers Tuesday at the University of Pennsylvania, Biden slammed Republican critics who say the jobs bill is just “temporary,” underscoring measures aimed at maintaining police force levels.
“Let me tell you, it’s not temporary when that 9-1-1 call comes in and a woman’s being *****. If a cop shows up in time to prevent the ****, it’s not temporary to that woman,” Biden said with his voice rising. “It’s not temporary to the guy whose store is being held up and has a gun being pointed to his head if a cop shows up and he’s not killed. That’s not temporary to that store owner. Give me a break -- temporary.
“I wish these guys who thought it was temporary, I wish they had some notion what it’s like be on the other side of a gun or a 200-pound man standing over you telling you to submit,” he added. “Folks, it matters. It matters.”

Last Wednesday, Biden suggested during a speech in Flint, Mich., that ***** and murders could rise if the jobs bill failed to pass Congress.
The Republican National Committee released a memo calling Biden’s comments “irresponsible and mean-spirited” and calling on the media and women’s groups to condemn the remarks.
“No victim of violent crime would ever wish that others were forced to experience the same trauma they went through – especially to make a brazen political point. So why would the sitting vice president of the United States?”
“Our economy is hurting and the Obama administration’s policies have only prolonged the pain, but that is no excuse for Vice President Biden to wish his political opponents to be subjected to **** or have a gun held to their head,” the RNC said. “Victims of violent crime should never be used for political gain.”
Biden’s comments came after the Democratic-controlled Senate defeated the bill last Tuesday. The White House is pushing Congress to pass the bill piece-by-piece.
The first piece is a $35 billion bill that Senate Democrats proposed on Monday that would provide $30 billion in aid for state and local governments to help keep about 400,000 teachers on the job and another $5 billion to help cities retain about 18,000 police officers and 7,000 firefighters.
But Senate Republicans are expected to block that bill too. They are pushing their own bill that includes tax reform, a balanced budget amendment, a repeal of the federal health care law and lifting prohibitions on offshore drilling – provisions that most Democrats don’t support.
Obama went to rural Virginia on Wednesday as part of his tour pitching the bill and trashing the GOP plan for creating jobs.
“Let me repeat, dirtier air, dirtier water, repealing health care and ending rules on Wall Street is not a jobs plan,” he told firefighters.
Since he addressed a joint session of Congress to announce his jobs plan last month, Obama has given remarks supporting the bill every two days, visiting a new state to pitch it every six days.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid accused Republicans of putting their political interests ahead of the country’s.
“Republicans’ No. 1 priority is to defeat President Obama, and their strategy is to keep the economy weak as long as possible,” he said. “So they oppose legislation we know beyond a shadow of a doubt will support 400,000 American jobs without adding a penny to the deficit.”
Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell said Wednesday Obama needs to “park the campaign bus, shelve the talking points and focus on jobs."
“It’s completely preposterous at a time when 14 million Americans are looking for a job in this country for the president to be riding around on a bus saying we should raise taxes – on the very folks who create jobs,” he said on the Senate floor.
“Let’s drop the talking points about millionaires and billionaires,” he said. “And let’s work together on bipartisan jobs legislation that’s designed to pass, not fail.”


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At least he doesn't use fearmongering to get his way.
 

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All Huffy, Joe Biden Stands By **** Reference to GOP

Vice President Joe Biden now says he didn’t make a reference to ****, and got testy with HUMAN EVENTS when we asked if he would like to retract his comments that the number of sexual assaults would increase if Republicans don’t sign on to Barack Obama’s latest “jobs” proposal.

“I didn’t use, no no no…Let’s get it straight, guy. Don’t screw around with me,” Biden lashed out at HUMAN EVENTS. Then Biden confirmed that he indeed did talk about **** in terms of the President’s spending measure. “Murder will continue to rise, **** will continue to rise, all crimes will continue to rise,” if the Democrats agenda isn’t passed, he added.



It was on Tuesday during a speech at the University of Pennsylvania where Biden initially argued that another round of government spending was needed to prevent sexual assaults. “It’s not temporary [administration’s proposed stimulus] when that 911 call comes in and a woman’s being *****, if a cop shows up in time to prevent the ****. It’s not temporary to that woman.” Then in the same speech he wished Republicans were themselves **** victims. “I wish they had some notion of what it was like to be on the other side of a gun, or [to have] a 200-pound man standing over you, telling you to submit.”

Biden’s demagogic language aside, police budgets are the responsibility of each individual state, not federal bureaucrats. And as Ed Morrissey at HotAir notes, the President’s “jobs” bill doesn’t go directly to hire police officers anyway. Instead, “it allows states to paper-over budget gaps for another year rather than address their systemic budgetary issues, and protect unionized bureaucrats whose jobs should be on the chopping block.”

The exchange between the vice president and HUMAN EVENTS was taken on Wednesday after Biden gave a speech calling for yet another government stimulus program. This one is union-backed, and aimed at getting teachers and public-sector employees back to work.
 

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Biden is a moron.

And I don't think what we really need to do to help the unemployed is funnel more money into unions.
 

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All the more reason to pass National CCW reciprocity. More guns in the hands of the law abiding equals less crime.
 

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We need a truly braindead Obama zombie to come in here and defend our esteemed VP.
 

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Anyone happen to catch the audio of him explaining to elementary school kids why the jobs bill needs to pass and why the rich need to pay up? It's a hoot.
 

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Bring on the **** and murders. I need more job security for the next 23 1/2 yrs.
 

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Why is it these politicians always threaten to cut funding for the police before they cut any other part of the bureaucracy?
 

Josh_R

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Why is it these politicians always threaten to cut funding for the police before they cut any other part of the bureaucracy?
Because you can't possibly cut the public library, DMV, HUD, or EPA. Those are all essential personnel.
 

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All the more reason to pass National CCW reciprocity. More guns in the hands of the law abiding equals less crime.
sir, please stop trying to use logic in political issues. it's proven to be ineffective.


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sir, please stop trying to use logic in political issues. it's proven to be ineffective.

It would be appropriate for a lunatic to preside over the last fews days of the collapse of the American Empire
 

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I'm on board with the r@pe thing, but the murder has me a little worried.
 

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sir, please stop trying to use logic in political issues. it's proven to be ineffective.


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Ok, now I'm really curious about what he said.