Really just a variation on Michael Moore’s theme in “Bowling for Columbine”: all bad things are connected, man, even if we can’t explain how, and they’re all being caused by the people or entity you hate most. In Biden’s case it’s Republicans, in Moore’s case it’s America. In most other parts of the world it’s “Zionists.”
I don’t know what’s more delicious: the gratuitous Chavez apology, the moronic Obama-esque moral equivalence between what Imus said and mass murder, or the fact that he’s ranting about polarization at an event hosted by Al Sharpton.
Speaking at Al Sharpton’s National Action Network event in New York, Biden said President Bush, Newt Gingrich and Karl Rove are responsible for what he called “the politics of polarization.”
Biden said Republicans have created an environment that brings bad things to the United States.
“I would argue, since 1994 with the Gingrich revolution, just take a look at Iraq, Venezuela, Katrina, what’s gone down at Virginia Tech, Darfur, Imus. Take a look. This didn’t happen accidentally, all these things,” he said.
If only the Gingrich revolution were over and Democrats controlled Congress, things like Virginia Tech wouldn’t happen.
Update:even more embarrassing.