Joe Biden On Chicago: "The Windy City is Great, I got a a Blow Job There Once!

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Wednesday, 8 September 2010

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Joe Biden Joking Around with Hillary...not a big F***g Deal!

VP Joe Biden stepped in it again when he was caught on mike at the White House Press conference where Obama was praising retiring Chicago Mayor Richard Daley, and appointing him as Ambassador to Pakistan.

Biden, with eyes glazed over, suddenly came alert during Obama's glowing speech on what a wonderful town Chicago has been under the Daley Family's not so benevolent dictatorship 41 of the last 55 years.

Turning to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, he whispered in soto voice, " Great Town, Great Night Life....a little Windy in Winter...I got a blow job there once in the parking lot of the Palmer House after a fund raiser...great little Catholic Girl, didn't believe in intercourse....maybe you know her, Mary Catherine what's her name......."

At which point the Secretary of State, herself not immune to off colour blow job jokes, stepped on his foot, and gave him an elbow in the ribs.

"Hey....what's the big F*******deal.....someone steal your cigar," Joe said shortly before the mike was cut and he was escorted off the stage again.

Pakistani odds are 1-500 that Joe won't be on the ticket in 2012.

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