This is a family friendly dryer, ye socks.
So, yours truly will not quote our illustrious vice president's recent characterization of the ObamaNation's stealth scare scheme.
Rather, let us harken back to a day when the English language didn't always get boiled down to four-letter words.
I mean, you might have to exercise ye olde noggin, but you can craft some pretty artful and witty statements if you try.
For example, here are a few of my favorite zingers, none of which employ foul language. Feel free to co-opt them for your own use(s):
"He has delusions of adequacy," said Walter Kerr. [Could definitely be applied to a large proportion of the current "leadership" of this country, no?!]
"He has all the virtues I dislike, and none of the vices I admire," said Sir Winston Churchill. [Wow, didn't know he had a chance to meet Joe!]
"He has no enemies, but is intensely disliked by his friends," said Oscar Wilde. [Especially when he uses potty language?!]
"He loves nature, in spite of what it did to him," said Forrest Tucker. [Ouch, that had to hurt!]
"His mother should have thrown him away and kept the stork," said Mae West. [Or, at least washed his mouth out with soap, in this case!]
"He can compress the most words into the smallest idea of any man I know," said Abraham Lincoln. [Wow, did he know Joe's boss?!]
Labels: Barack Obama, humor, Joe Biden