Friday Open Thread: Female Secret Service Agents Offended by Joe Biden’s Naked Swims

OPEN THREAD!!!

And there’s this

Secret Service agents dread being assigned to protect the vice president, in part because Biden’s a big fan of skinny dipping, according to a new tell-all book.

Seriously, who the hell wants to see Joe Biden swimming in the buff in the VP’s pool.

And why does the VP get a pool, anyway?

And this, just cuz I was amused…

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  • jim_m

    offended? I would understand disgusted, horrified, revolted, sickened, nauseated…

    • ljcarolyne

      Yuck. Maybe he’ll drink too much and drown. The women would not save him – for sure. hahahaha

  • alanstorm

    “Female Secret Service Agents Offended by Joe Biden’s Naked Swims”

    Holy crap, who WOULDN’T be?

  • JWH

    That’s it. I’m suing you for intentional infliction of emotional distress.

  • GarandFan

    Must be more of that Democratic War on Women thing……..

    • LiberalNightmare

      Yet another reason we should have made Palin the VP.

  • jim_m

    Chief Justice of the Wisconsin Supreme court declares that black people are ignorant, poor and incapable of completing the most basic of tasks to take care of themselves.

    Otherwise, how else does one explain that asking a black person to produce a photo ID is tantamount to arresting them for walking on the sidewalk? Remember, the proposition is that this only effects blacks and that poor white or Hispanic people will be unaffected. Expect the same immoral, blithering idiots that support Hamas to claim that the Wisconsin voter ID law is racist.

    • JWH

      Hmph. As long as voters are made aware of the ID requirements AND a valid identification can be acquired without a fee, then I don’t see a constitutional fault with a voter ID law as long as it is applied in a neutral manner.

  • jim_m

    The good news is that 2 Christian aid workers, who have become horribly ill working amongst the needy in Africa, are being brought home to the US for treatment. The bad news is that THEY HAVE EBOLA.

    Now I will admit that we can almost certainly do a better job of treating them here. But given that there is no cure, or efficacious treatment( so treating them is really an exercise in postponing their deaths), and that this outbreak is with the most deadly strain known, is it really wise to bring them back?

    As a health care worker this gives me pause. From a public health standpoint I think this is completely insane. There is no benefit in bringing them back that can be honestly argued. There is only risk. If you could legitimately claim that there is a benefit to bringing them back and that there is a greater likelihood of a cure then I could understand the position even though I believe the dangers still outweigh the benefits.

    Not all of Africa is so backward that modern healthcare has failed to reach it or cannot be sent there. Not to mention the fact that anything we send there could benefit others there and that it is impractical to send all ebola victims here.

    North America has benefited from having an ocean standing between it and infectious disease. We shouldn’t be bringing incurable disease deliberately to our shores and circumventing that protection.

    • LiberalNightmare

      It seems harsh, especially since they were volunteering, but its probably a bad idea to bring them back.

    • warnertoddhuston

      The plane should be shot down over the oceans.

    • jim_m

      Update: The CDC “accidentally” exposed 86 scientists to anthrax.

      But don’t worry, just because we cannot trust the CDC with anthrax, bird flu or small pox doesn’t mean that there is anything to worry about when they bring ebola into our country.

  • LiberalNightmare

    So it looks like the Israelis have violated the latest humanitarian cease fire. It seems that several Israeli soldiers cooked up a scheme to kill themselves, then force hamas to take one soldier as a hostage.

    Is there no low to which the Israeli’s wont sink?

    http://hotair.com/archives/2014/08/01/white-house-slams-hamas-barbaric-kidnapping-cease-fire-violations/

    • jim_m

      Hamas is a false flag operation sponsored by the Joooos and the trilateral commission to put blame on the palestinians and provide an excuse for their violent oppression.

      /chico

  • LiberalNightmare

    There are repports that a transgendered inmate at an Arizone immigration center was raped.

    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2014/08/01/Activists-say-transgender-woman-raped-at-Arizona-immigrant-center

    Just wondering when we should all gather for the slut walk?

    • jim_m

      I’m confused. How do we fit this into the war on women narrative?

      • LiberalNightmare

        Well, clearly this is Bushes fault.

  • Walter_Cronanty

    So now, the IRS must keep tabs on sermons and homilies. http://news.investors.com/ibd-editorials/073114-711290-irs-deal-with-atheists-to-monitor-churches.htm?ref=mp
    The First Amendment turned on its head.

  • yetanotherjohn

    That which has been seen can not be unseen.

  • yetanotherjohn

    On the traffic sign, why both cows and rocks. Would some drivers be cautious if they thought a cow would plummet to the road any moment, but ignore the danger of falling rocks? Are other drivers suitably cautious when they know rocks might fall on the road, but would ignore warnings of hundreds of pounds of cows falling on them? Are cows and rocks the only things higher up on the mountain?

    Ronald Reagan famously said “A government big enough to give you everything you want is a government big enough to take from you everything you have.” The corollary is that any government that is big enough to have resources to develop a special sign to warn of falling rocks and cows is big enough to be trimmed back.

    • jim_m

      Obviously, the rocks are not a problem as they cannot reach the roadway. The real danger is the cows.

      This is more evidence that vegetarianism is a dangerous lifestyle. Protect innocent lives, eat more beef!

  • http://proof-proofpositive.blogspot.com/ Proof

    Is it true that Biden’s Secret Service nickname is “Shrinkage”?

    • jim_m

      “Little Joe”

  • jim_m

    Funny. We have Bruce and Chico blaming the Israelis for the situation in Gaza and denying that Hamas is at fault in any way. Yet we have the Arab media slamming Hamas for hiding behind women and children and causing their deaths and ripping Hamas leadership for hiding out in Qatar and living in luxury while they force their people to live in poverty and ceaseless violence.

    Seems that even the muslim community is less antisemitic than Chico and Bruce and their lefty friends here in the US.

  • Mjolnir

    I think the problem is more when Joe does the nasty dance. I’d think that would disturb anybody.

  • jim_m

    Here’s another open thread starter:

    Burlington, IA wants to ban open carry of toy guns.

    In 2012, there were 19 reports to the Burlington Police Department of a person carrying a gun that turned out to be a toy gun. In 2013, there were 26.

    “The idea was, if the problem continues, it’s gonna be a matter of time until we actually end up with a confrontation with somebody that has a gun, that’s maybe not real. We can’t make those kind of decisions that fast,”

    Or in other words: The police are too freaking stupid and incapable of using proper judgement that they are bound to blow away you 6 year old son for playing in the street with a toy gun. As the police chief says, “It’s a matter of time”.

    I think it’s time to start replacing the police if they are that dangerous.

  • ljcarolyne

    The tables will turn with a vengeance on this evil perverted Regime, just wait.
    I can’t wait to see it, oh happy day.

  • ljcarolyne

    Biden’s pool is a cesspool, BTW.

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