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Quote of the Day || April 27, 2012

“Doctors at George Washington University Hospital last night successfully reconnected Vice President Biden’s brain to his mouth. The vice president is resting comfortably and is in good spirits.”

– White House Press Secretary Jay Carney

A note from our attorneys: This is not a real quote

12 thoughts on “Quote of the Day || April 27, 2012”

  1. He can’t help it, it’s a common thing among us old geezers.
    We just say what pops in our heads, make jokes that no one laughs at and complain about the “kids”.
    Old people don’t get stupid; stupid people get old.

  2. Betcha his blood alcohol level is through the roof most every time he imparts his words of wisdom. If his loose lips aren’t caused by imbibing too much liquid courage, then senility is probably kicking in.

    1. It’s an application of the Quayle Principle: “line of succession” + “well-chosen VP” = “ZERO assassins willing to risk the consequences”.

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