And they called Dan Quayle stupid:
There are plenty of gems in that segment, but how about when he seems to catch himself while discussing his parents telling him he could be president if he wanted to, only to realize quickly he only ended up being vice president:
My mother believed and my father believed, that if I wanted president of the United States, I could be, I could be vice president. [Actual quote as it was delivered]
Thereâ€™s also this:
I resent the fact that they think weâ€™re talking about, weâ€™re angry â€” â€œitâ€™s job envyâ€, â€œitâ€™s wealth envy.â€ [Emphasis added]
I wonder where they get that idea, Joe.
By the way, weâ€™ve captured just some of the facial expressions he used during the rant. Talk about wild eyes.
The Ohio speech comes on the heels of one he gave to students that caused the Beck radio team to speculate if he was â€œmedicated.â€
Maybe they werenâ€™t that far off. Or maybe itâ€™s that he went off of it in Ohio.