Exposing Hillary So She Won't Get Elected

Joe Biden: Unlike Hillary, I Just LOVE ME THEM Republicans!

When Hillary said – very proudly – that the “enemies” she is proudest of having made are “Republicans,” she quickly tried to backtrack and say she was joking.

We all know she wasn’t and that will hurt her should she make it to the general election.

Now Joe Biden is using that line to draw a stark contrast between himself and the former Secretary of State.

Biden – who is practically IN the race already – has previously said some of his best friends are Republicans. Now he’s saying it loud and often: Republicans aren’t the ebnemy. Courtesy Business Insider, here are the most recent remarks Biden has made to try to prove how much she just LOVES Republicans, darnit:

  • “I still have a lot of Republican friends. I don’t think that my chief enemy is the Republican Party. This is a matter of making things work,” Biden said at a Tuesday event honoring former Vice President Walter Mondale.
  • “The other team is not the enemy,” Biden said at another Mondale event on Tuesday, according to The Hill. “If you treat it as the enemy, there is no way you can ever resolve the problems we have.”
  • “Darrell Issa, not a Republican friend of mine, he’s a friend. I don’t consider Republicans enemies — they’re friends,” Biden said Monday during a climate-change speech, referring to Rep. Darrell Issa (R-California). “Even Darrell Issa said that this is how every government program should be administered.”

Drawing another contrast, Biden has claimed he’s flown “more than one million miles” as vice president to speak with world leaders. It so happens that Clinton’s tally is slightly less: 956,733 miles.

Biden said he’s practically the voice of Obama when Obama isn’t speaking.

“We’ve had two great secretaries of state,” he said, “but when I go, they know that I am speaking for the president. There is nothing missed between the lip and the cup. Whatever I say, the president is saying.”

Is Biden’s lip the cup? I don’t get it? And where’s his “cup,” then?