"Say it isn't so Joe" Biden tried to mock Sarah Palin over a remark that didn't orginate with her.
I like to think that my memory is pretty good. Let's say for the sake of argument that Sarah Palin did say "drill baby drill". Did that statement originate with Sarah? It's odd that Biden and the tinfoilers would attack Sarah Palin for supposedly uttering those three words, but they didn't have a problem with the originator of those words who happened not to have been Sarah Palin.
Unless Sarah Palin had a sex change operation last year and also had a very bad sun burn, I would swear that the person who created the term "drill baby drill" was the Republican National Chairman Michael Steele. So why didn't Biden aim his remarks at the Republican National Chairman who coined the phrase in the first place? I've said from the beginning that Sarah Palin is severe threat to Barack Obama. His loyal kooks try to deny it with every breath, but the old saying goes that "actions speak louder then words". There has been no rational explanation for the extraordinary tactics they've used in trying to destroy one woman. This brings me back to my original question. Why did the Vice President of the United States who was campaigning for a congressional candidate use part of his speech to attack a person who isn't in public office? The answer is obvious. She has gotten under Obama and the Democrat establishment's skin. Sarah Palin's death panel comment is still a painful thorn that Obama and liberals have yet been able to remove from the Health Care debate. Little do Biden, Obama and Axelrod realize, their actions are actual helping elevate Palin as the anti Obama torch bearer. If Hoffman wins tomorrow, drill baby drill will be the least of their problems. Run Sarah Run might start to get echoed instead. Say it isn't so Joe.