Rehashing some of Vice President Joe Biden’s greatest hits, the conservative American Crossroads PAC released a new Web video urging Biden to “Run. Joe. Run,” in a joke endorsement Friday.
“In hard times America needs smart, disciplined leadership, a vice president Americans can count on,” the narrator explains, followed by a clip of Biden infamously calling “jobs” a three-letter word.
“Improving race relations,” the narrator continues, as the ad cuts to video of a recent Biden speech in which he told a largely African-American audience that Republicans would “put y’all back in chains.”
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According to the ad, Biden also has a history of “helping small businesses.”
“You cannot go to a 7/11 or a Dunkin Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent,” Biden says in the ad.
The narrator then says that Biden has been “using fiscally sane policies.”
“You’re telling me we’ve got to go spend money to keep from going bankrupt? The answer’s yeah, that’s what I’m telling ya,” Biden says.
“And bringing Americans together with hope,” the narrator adds, as the video cuts to Biden telling a reporter “murder will continue to rise, rape will continue to rise.”
“Some people say Joe Biden should be dropped from Obama’s ticket. But we say, Joe should stay,” the narrator concludes. “Joe Biden, America’s greatest vice president, when we need him most.”
After a series of gaffes in recent days, rumors swirled that Obama might drop Biden from the ticket. White House spokesman Jay Carney said on Thursday that the ticket was “settled,” and that Biden will be the vice presidential candidate.