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Middle Class Joe Heads to the Ice Cream Parlor

I had a little fun at my old friend Joe Biden’s expense in an article running in LifeZette today.

From the piece:

Biden showed up at the headquarters of Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream to talk about the new Obama administration overtime fiat that threatens to set businesses back another $10-20 billion.

Upon arrival, Biden got right to the point.

“My name is Joe Biden, and I love ice cream,” he said. “You all think I’m kidding. I’m not.”

Much of the rest of his speech suggested that the vice president indeed has a bad case of brain freeze.

“I was known as Mr. Middle Class,” he said of his time in the Senate. Turns out that in 2008, Mr. Middle Class’s last year in the Senate, he and his wife had an adjusted gross income of nearly $270,000.

Biden noted that Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream had been splendid enough to already implement the administration rules before it even had to. Addressing the woman who runs the company, Biden remarked, “Love you, kiddo, I mean it. You did this before the rule.”

Now, if Donald Trump called a professional woman “kiddo,” The New York Times might do an entire article about it.

You can read the rest of the article here.

8 Responses to Middle Class Joe Heads to the Ice Cream Parlor

  1. These liberals show again and again they aren’t interested in making our economy better, but rather putting in more and more economic destroying policies.

  2. Great article Keith.
    Biden is a buffoon at best.
    “kiddo” is what you call a child.
    Just another example of the elitists talking down to the working people that pay their salaries.

    • I think Biden will be the Dem nominee and run with Fauxcohauntus. The sickly criminal hag and the rumpled old Commie’s supporters are too far apart. B & F will bring them all together. There is a good chance this is a winning duo.

  3. Every King has a court jester. I doubt that the employees at the ice cream parlor work enough hours to qualify for overtime. Most of the time, they are HS or college kids working part-time. See Obama’s bio.
    The joke’s on Joe!

    • When I worked at my first job, it was against the law to work 16 & 17 yr olds more than 40 hour weeks and absolutely not past midnight. (Food service, Magic Mtn)