Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Vice President Asspuppet Tells Libturds To "Buck up."

What a motivating guy.  It is now twice that he is has tried to motivate the professional lefturds into getting on board.  How about just telling them to "fuck off" instead Joe?

The Hill--Liberals need to “buck up” in preparation for November’s elections, Vice President Joe Biden said Monday night.

The vice president didn’t back off the notion that disillusioned supporters should “stop whining,” a sentiment he uttered on Monday in New Hampshire that drew heavy criticism from liberals in the party.

“And so those who — didn’t get everything they wanted, it’s time to just buck up here, understand that we can make things better, continue to move forward,” Biden said during an appearance on MSNBC, “but not yield the playing field to those folks who are against everything that we stand for in terms of the initiatives we put forward.”

Biden was asked by MSNBC host Lawrence O’Donnell, in the debut of the host’s new program, “The Last Word,” whether he’d like to retract his admonition to liberals to stop complaining.

“There are some on the Democratic base, not the core of it, that are angry because we didn’t get every single thing they want,” the vice president said.

“They should stop that,” Biden explained. “These guys, if they win, the other team, they’re going to repeal healthcare [reform] and I want them to tell me why what we did wasn’t an incredibly significant move that’s progressive and helping people.”

Biden’s initial comments drew criticism from self-described members of the “professional left,” whom White House press secretary Robert Gibbs had criticized in similar terms to the vice president’s.
Well, Joe, maybe the idea of the government running our healthcare, like all the other good things they run....  Ummm.....  Nothing coming to mind right now on what they run really well....  But, yeah, the idea of that scares the hell out of even your mental midget supporters.

Just trying to absorb the blow that is going to be called "november."


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