Poor Joe has stepped into it yet again. In all fairness, maybe he was mixing-up his fantasy professorship with that time he pinned the Seal of Approval medal on that Hungarian admiral back during the Cola Wars.
The legacy media has oft been accused by the political Right of creating and maintaining a bubble of protection around liberal politicians. Reporter Scott Pelly of CBS News may have given conservatives more ammunition in a recent one-on-one interview with Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton.
“We are leaving in 2014. Period.” -Joe Biden, 2012.
For a third time, the campaign promise made by Team Obama/Biden during the 2012 presidential race has been matter-of-factly relegated to the dustbin of politics as usual. While Joe Biden’s promise to the American people that all US troops would be out of Afghanistan, in Biden’s words, “We are leaving in 2014. Period,” the truth of the matter is that particular Democratic Party talking point has proven itself to be a blatant lie.
From Republicans to Democrats, from Key West to Nome, tongues are a waggin’ regarding Hillary Clinton’s quasi-news conference held on March 10, 2015, at the United Nations headquarters in New York City. Surely not going over big with many in the Fourth Estate, Fox News reported on March 11, 2015, that the only reporters allowed to be present were actually handpicked by Team Hillary.
While appearing on the satirical faux-interview internet show “Between Two Ferns,” Barack Obama may have made claims concerning the low costs of ObamaCare that weren’t quite as cheap as he’s been touting. And to complicate matters, Obama has also seemingly contradicted himself that the costs of ObamaCare may not hit the average citizen in the checkbook as much as they thought, as reported by WSB radio (of Atlanta, GA) on March 14, 2014, and also the right-of-center news portal The Daily Caller on March 12, 2014.