King of the Gaffes

Where is the main stream press?  Remember with Quayle?  With George W.?  It was non-stop!  The only places I hear these gaffes are on the Limbaugh show:


“Hillary Clinton is as qualified or more qualified than I am to be vice president of the United States

“Chuck, stand up, let the people see you,” Biden shouted to State Senator Chuck Graham, before realizing that Graham uses a wheelchair. “Oh, God love ya,” Biden said. “What am I talking about?”

Calling Obama bright and clean and articulate and who stated that you need a slight Indian accent to walk into a Dunkin’ Donuts or 7-11 in Delaware.

Reading his vice-presidential acceptance speech from a TelePrompter, bungled McCain’s name, calling him “George”

When Obama announced him as his running mate, he referred to his party’s presidential nominee as “Barack America”

He has said he is running for president (not vice president) and confused army brigades with battalions.  He referred to his Republican vice-presidential opponent as the lieutenant governor of Alaska.



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8 Responses to “King of the Gaffes”

  1. anonymous Says:

    you can’t prove that what you post is true, yet you keep posting. when all you’re doing is frustrating people who care about the truth and spoon feeding those who are too stupid to do so, what’s really the point?

    also at least three of those things were all over the news because i heard about them before i started following the election and i didn’t even really know for sure who biden was before that.

  2. anonymous Says:

    maybe there should be a moratorium on narrow minded idiots having blogs.

  3. Roland Says:

    First, all of the above is true, look them up. My other post, that quote is plastered all over the net. I have yet to find anything to the contrary. I do know that ABC did not air every single minute of her interview. It could be that quote from Gibson is from a portion that was not aired. If you do find that the quote about being conceited is false, please post the link and I will edit that posting.

    Thanks for stopping by.

    Oh, btw, good thing we have “narrow minded idiots” blogging because, otherwise, if we were to rely on the main stream media to inform us, we wouldn’t know half of what we do today.

  4. anonymous Says:

    i said it was all over the net. what i also said was that i couldn’t find it anywhere other than blogs. blogs are not considered reliable sources. i even did a text search on supposedly unedited transcripts of the interview. mark levin has one on his site, and while there are others, his is the easiest to read (best formatted). the transcripts were enlightening, as they presented large chunks of information that made palin look intelligent and were edited from the broadcast, making it quite clear that the interviews were biased. abc should be ashamed of themselves.

    however, the word “conceited” was never found in the transcript, in any context. here’s the link:

    nothing about conceit. guess we can be grateful for people like you who are willing to post things without researching them. i’d hate to have to rely on the mainstream media for that! i don’t want just some of the lies, i want them ALL.

  5. anonymous Says:

    while i’m here, let me just say that i’ve been disgusted for years with the way the media portrays bush as a bumbling fool because of his speech errors. anyone with any slight knowledge of speech patterns knows that the type of errors he makes are typical of a person who thinks quite a bit faster than he talks–not exactly a trait common among morons.

    that said, i don’t point out the speech errors of ANY person who is in the public eye the majority of the time. even the best speakers can be caught in a mistake if every camera in the world is on them 24/7. it’s a petty distraction technique, nothing more.

  6. anon Says:

    in regards to conceit, the post you have to Mark Levin Show, uses the word HUBRIS, which according means excessive pride or self-confidence; arrogance. BTW arrogance is a synonym for conceit.

  7. AvaP. Says:

    Take ‘er easy there anonymous.

  8. anonymous Says:

    i noticed in the comments a while ago you told someone else, “easy, tiger” or something equally inane. do you ever have anything useful to contribute? nobody seems to tell you to calm down when you’re expressing one of your sheep comments. (yes i did just use “sheep” as an adjective.) seems like anytime anyone has a point that conflicts with yours, you just dismiss them as an overly excited moron. why does it matter whether i calm down or take it easy? it’s the internet. i’m not hurting anyone.

    and anon, you are absolutely right. of course, i addressed that already, and much more rudely than i should have. i apologize for that. but i still think that the actual author of the blog post should have been able to defend his own writing with something more than “that quote is plastered all over the net” rather than waiting until you defended him–unless you are the same person. we can be anyone we want here, after all. :p

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