“That’s Not Hard”: Stimulus Signing Bidenism

President Barack Obama must wish that his gaffe-prone vice president would just stick to the script.  During the President’s opening remarks today in Denver before signing the stimulus bill into law, he got sabotaged with yet another Bidenism. Less than a month after chastening his Vice President Joe Biden for his swipe at Chief Justice John Roberts concerning the flubbed inaugural oath, Biden took a shot at former Vice President Dick Cheney behind Obama’s back. As the President saluted Joe Biden as the “best Vice President that we’ve had in awhile,” Biden turned to an off-screen person, smiled, and mouthed, “That’s not hard.”

It was another less than subtle partisan snipe at his predecessor who he has decried as the “most dangerous vice president we’ve had probably in American history.” Not necessarily the most appropriate thing to do before the President inks his first major legislative accomplishment.

On the plane ride back to the White House, the President may well provide his Veep with a “little turbulence.”

afterhttps://jakeho.wordpress.com/2009/01/21/another-bidenism-joe-jabs-chief-justice/

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2008/12/21/cheney-mocks-biden-in-fox_n_152690.html?page=4

* 3:07 p.m. ET – Studio B with Shepard Smith

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