"VP Joe Biden's f-word is no effing deal."

The big stink on CNN was the fact that Vice President Joe Biden said the f-word when the health care bill passed. I literally watched the network and in, what felt like an effing eternity, 30 minutes, every person was talking about it.

Why is this a big effing deal?

The fact that health care has been an issue since the first Roosevelt was in office deserves a couple expletives. I mean fuck man, this is a huge deal. It’s nothing like we’ve seen as a country. With protestors spitting on people and using the N-word toward politicians, would you think this health care deal WASN’T a big effing deal? I read on the bottom ticker while watching CNN: Texas republican apologizes for screaming ‘baby killer.’



OK, here goes. “What the fuck?”

So if the Vice President of the United States wants to tell the President of the United States that passing the health bill is a big effing deal, then it must be a big effing deal.

But, this isn’t the first effing time Biden has said the f-word. About a year ago, someone addressed him as Mr. Vice President, and Biden replied, “Gimme a fucking break.”

So, I’m going to reiterate this crazy news story by echoing VP Biden: “Gimme a fucking break.”

BYLINE:

Jason Tanamor is the Editor of Zoiks! Online. He is also the author of the novels, "Hello Lesbian!" and "Anonymous." Email Jason at jason@zoiksonline.com.

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5 Comments:

Carol L., Atlanta, GA said...

Great article! It made me laugh, too, with the deliberate overuse of the f-word.
About the "Texas politician who screamed 'baby killer'" ... the man lied like a rug when he explained by saying he actually said "It's a baby-killer," and was referring to the bill itself (which is ALSO untrue, BTW). He actually screamed, "He's a baby killer!" - referring to the Congressman on the podium, who'd said he would support the Healthcare Reform Bill. How do I know this for sure? Well, I have Dish Network, & was able to replay the segment over & over on my killer stereo that's hooked up to my tv. I played it about 10 times, and the sucker DID say what I quoted above. It was clearest w/the a/v receiver set to "MONO MOVIE", which sounds like you're watching an old flick, with the echoes of an old theatre included. It was clear as a bell, and the sorry Texas Republican is not just a liar, but a double-dog liar. His scream was a lie, and he lied again in his pitiful attempt at instant revisionist history. Doesn't the idiot know about Repeat Replay, and about people who have a/v systems connected to their TVs that are so good, you could hear his every verbal flatulence? But it looks like in the R-Party, the dummies rule.

Rico Bach said...

'No big deal'? Judging by your soul-patch, I'm guessing you don't have a child who was forced to watch this ceremony/ debacle at school.

Carla said...

It IS a big deal. The f word may be a normal part of your everyday language, but for most Americans it is not. We certainly expect our leaders to display a higher standard especially at a highly publicized, historic occasion. We're hugely disappointed, once again, in the Obama administration.

Lori said...

Seriously? Your children have heard the f-word. They might have actually used the word some point or another. I'm not saying that the word was necessarily appropriate or should become commonplace in Congress, but I agree with Ex-Sen. Tom Daschle. http://bit.ly/awBXQK When something you've worked extremely hard for finally happens, you should be allowed a little leeway.

mike said...

It clearly is a big deal otherwise you would have used the word he used. Health care is what it is but there is no excuse for the use of that word in that kind of situation. When you go to the grocrey store and all the 20 something's talk to there friends about sliced ham by saying that shit is fucking awsome loud enough for anyone within 20 feet to here you know it's time for Biden to shut his fucking mouth.