Biden: 30% Chance We Will Be Wrong. w/videos

Watch the video to see Vice President Joe “The Gaffe” Biden say that even if they get everything they want, they will still be wrong about a third of the time. And notice how David Axelrod sidesteps the question from Wolf Blitzer and gives the democratic talking points for the day. I first saw Obama’s press secretary Robert Gibbs use the exact same words this morning to dodge a question from the press. Axelrod even takes it one step further by taking the quote out of context. Here’s the video and the quote.


The president and I were talking about something yesterday in the Oval Office — which, to the press here, I’ll not suggest what it was — but the response was to the folks that were in the office with us — was, you know, if we do everything right, if we do it with absolute certainty, we stand up there and we make really tough decisions, there’s still a 30-percent chance we’re going to get it wrong. You, too. You, too. Because I can’t think of a time, as a student of history — and I’ve participated in this business as long as almost anybody but my chairman from Michigan. I think I’ve been here — not a lot of you have served more than 36 years. TWS

Nowhere in that video does he say he’s talking about the stimulus bill. In fact it’s just the opposite, he says he won’t disclose what they were talking about. Again, watch Axelrod evade the question with the democrat talking points.

Hope & Change? Well there’s certainly no Hope if the new administration is going to be wrong a third of the time. And as for Change, just listen to Axelrod pull the same old democratic bullsh!t of changing the subject.

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3 Responses

  1. Hunh. I would peg the odds of being wrong as somewhat higher, more like 99.9%

  2. […] change, and wonder if it’s all going to work. My God, even VP Biden gives the Stimulus Plan a 30% chance of […]

  3. […] exert ourselves, there’s still a 30-per cent chance we’re going to get it wrong” (original; “Wir können uns noch so anstrengen, es besteht immer eine 30-Prozent-Chance, dass wir […]

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