Well, the one good thing about this last election is that we have Joe Bite-Me to give us some blogging material for another four years. Nothing is more embarrassing than a pale white man who tries to be “down” with the culture and uses, even by popular cultural standards, outdated colloquialisms. And Bite-Me was born to it. Apparently, according to the Weekly Standard, he tried to reassure the victims of Hurricane Sandy that they have a “homeboy” on their side. I thought that particular reference died with the Wayans Brother’s In Living Color show, but apparently not.
Although most people think that Bite-Me is referring to the President, the New York Times is more specific that he’s referring to himself;
“This is a national responsibility,” Mr. Biden said, standing before a heap of discarded wood on the Boardwalk in Seaside Heights, N.J.
He promised, referring to himself, that the state had a “homeboy” in the White House.
I don’t know who he’s referring to, and it really doesn’t matter, it just highlights the fact that Bite-Me is an embarrassment who has no business being anywhere near the national discourse. But he fits right in with the rest of the clowns in the president’s inner circle and it’s frightening to think that Bite-Me actually has input to national policy – especially after his miserable failure in Afghanistan which steadily costs us more American lives.