Mancow: Democrats Rewrite Reality, Lay Down Distortion Field

Joe Biden was the son of a car salesman…

Little known fact that Kurt Russell‘s character in USED CARS, Rudy, was based on Joe Biden’s father.

Not really, but the Democrats lie, so I figured I could.

Biden said in his DNC speech that he thought about his father when GM was on the brink before President Obama saved it. And how the people like his father would lose their jobs. Well, thanks to Obama’s program of taking over GM many of them did. Tens of thousands of GM employees lost their jobs.

Biden said that Obama listened as his advisers told him it was too risky to get involved.

Biden said: “The President patiently listened, but he didn’t see it their way. He understood something they didn’t. He understood that this wasn’t just about cars. It was about the Americans who built those cars and the America they built.”

Isn’t that true with any corporation? The big “greedy” corporations that you guys hate?

It does come down to working people and their jobs. Now all of a sudden big corporations are worth saving? Biden claims the GM has been saved.


GM’s financial situation has not improved since the end of 2011 and it remains well in the danger zone of facing future bankruptcy as the company’s post bail out reorganization appears to have been inadequate to really restore it to good health.

Next Biden talked about America’s hero “Green Barack” Obama.



Biden continues on then about Barack Orambo and what he said; “If we have Osama bin Laden in our sights, we will take him out. That has to be our biggest national security priority.”

Biden said that, “Barack understood that the search for bin Laden was about a lot more than taking a monstrous leader off the battlefield. It was about righting an unspeakable wrong, healing a nearly unbearable wound in America’s heart. He also knew the message we had to send to terrorists around the world—if you attack innocent Americans, we will follow you to the ends of the earth.”

When Bush said almost the identical same thing, the Democrats and liberals said he was a warmonger or a chicken hawk.

Biden continues about Blood and Guts Obama.

“I’m here to tell you, bravery resides in the heart of Barack Obama. And time and time again, I witnessed him summon it. This man has courage in his soul, compassion in his heart, and steel in his spine.”

Look up in the sky! It’s a bird. It’s a plane. No it’s Super Obama.

Yes it’s Super Obama, strange being from another country, that fights a never-ending battle for peace, justice, and the American Civil Liberties Union way.

Biden: ” Let’s just say it straight: The two men seeking to lead this country over the next four years have fundamentally different visions, and a completely different value set.

Governor Romney believes that in the global economy, it doesn’t much matter where…
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11 Responses to Mancow: Democrats Rewrite Reality, Lay Down Distortion Field

  1. mike says:

    Biden would have made a good car salesman himself. He could sell a four year old unreliable car with disappointing performance as a brand new car! And no, he wouldn’t want you to see the CarFax!

  2. harley says:

    mancow…great radio talent…but leave the political analysis to those who
    know what they’re talking about.
    your facts are incorrect….i hope you don’t leave radio…loved your shows
    over the years (even though you stole material from johnny dare nad randy
    but that’s not important anymore. Life goes on!
    have a great day….

    • kcredsox says:

      Actually Johnny Dare stole most of his stuff from Mancow. Regarding Randy Miller, I think a lot of his stuff was thought up by Mancow when he worked for Randy Miller. I know there is a lot of anger between Mancow and both Randy and Johnny. I remember when Mancow was on in KC, he would do a skit and about a week later you would hear it on Dare’s show.

  3. gerald bostock says:

    Hearne has been working for two decades to persuade people that Mancow is some sort of broadcasting icon, but the evidence, especially in the KC market, is that most people have no use for this guy’s adolescent bully-boy bluster.

    • harley says:

      i think a lot of his stuff came from other on air personalities… not much
      original…but i really liked his stuff in chicago…good guy…great talent.. and
      he had a real nice run in chitown…definitely will be back on the national stage.

  4. PB says:

    I didn’t think this clown could top the idiocy of his fatty post, but I stand corrected. Maybe it’s just my lack of comprehension, but does he ever actually SAY anything?

  5. the dude says:

    And Republicans don’t tell untruths in kind? You would be a fool to believe that both sides were not full of crap and lies.

    • mike says:

      Even though I didn’t agree with all of his policies, I think Ron Paul was actually honest which was probably his main downfall. It is hard to win when you say what you actually think when asked questions about contraversial issues. A skilled politician makes people on both sides of an issue think he agrees with them. A skilled politician will usually beat the guy that is honest.

  6. balbonis moleskine says:

    who regularly uses the buzzword “(reality) distortion field”? I see it in the insane ramblings of the comment section and now it is appearing in stories.

  7. PB says:

    Yeah, Mike, Paul’s candor along with his weird demeanor just had no chance in today’s world of more media savvy politics.

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