Friday, October 12, 2012

Huckabee describes Biden as 'obnoxious drunk'

Posted By on Fri, Oct 12, 2012 at 9:28 AM

Mike Huckabee, ever angling for sound bite, scores on Politico (link belatedly corrected) by characterizing the vice president's debate performance as akin to actions of an obnoxious drunk. Mike Huckabee may not know drunk. (And Biden is a lifelong teetotaler.) But he knows obnoxious. He is of course only the latest Republican who wants to talk about anything but the issues discussed last night.

UPDATE: NY Times comments that Huckabee's criticism is a sign of Biden's strong performance. Yep. They are desperate to tear it down with a manufactured narrative.

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