“Numerous sources are pointing to Vice President Joe Biden himself as the anonymous source who told the New York Times’s Maureen Dowd about Beau Biden’s dying wish that his father run for the presidency.” — Newsbusters
“Biden had used his dead wife before as a campaign prop while lying about her death, but this was a whole new low. This was a manipulative narrative complete with Movie of the Week writing … Biden couldn’t have written it better himself. And it turned out that he had.” — Daniel Greenfield
“Be careful what you wish for.” — Joe Biden
Joe Biden, owner of the mouth that launched a thousand gaffes, the comedic sidekick to our relentlessly dreary Marxist chief executive, has given new meaning to the trite phrase “over my dead body.” As a jump start to a presidential campaign, Doofus Joe’s retooling of the plot of the classic tearjerker Brian’s Song, was not a bad idea, except for the part where the vice president himself was unmasked as Maureen Dowd’s anonymous source. Poor old Joe. He should have stuck to plagiarizing law reviews.