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(Daily Mail)   SEAL Team Six member claims that contrary to reports, Bin Laden put up no fight. "In all of my deployments, we routinely saw this phenomenon. The higher up the food chain the targeted individual was, the bigger a pussy he was"   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 266
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2012-08-29 10:22:08 AM

Lumpmoose: Bin Laden peered over the third floor ledge at the Americans advancing up the stairs, as a SEAL shot him once in the head. Bin Laden ducked back into his bedroom and the SEALs followed, only to find him crumpled on the floor in a pool of blood with a hole visible on the right side of his head and two women wailing over his body. One of them, Amal Ahmed Abdul Fatah, screamed at the SEALs in Arabic and motioned as if she were about to charge. One of the SEALs shot her in the leg, then grabbed both women and shoved them aside. The other SEALS shot bin Laden's still twitching body several times until he lay motionless.


I thought it was officialy a 'kill or capture' mission. Doesn't sound like much effort was put into the 'capture' part. Not that I care, but why don't we just say we went in to take his ass out? Why sugar coat it in BS?
 
2012-08-29 10:22:57 AM

Fuggin Bizzy: No idea if this is true or not, but it is the kind of situation where you really don't want any ambiguity.


I would assume that there would be a formal set of orders for the record and a more informal set of instructions. There is a legend about the raid on Entebbe that there was a preliminary briefing to the effect of "try to not kill a lot of unnecessary people because we don't know who is who and the political situation is in the toilet and this won't help one bit". After that, the briefing officer left, and the mission commander then told the group "shoot every black face you see". You just can't have stuff like that floating around the archives.
 
2012-08-29 10:23:05 AM
It's rather stupid for any member of an organisation, particularly one financed by the government, to undercut the opposition. It reduces the view of the necessity of having you on the payroll, and can lead to budget and manpower cuts.
/read a lot of Le Carre.
 
2012-08-29 10:23:13 AM
RELIGION OF PEACE
 
2012-08-29 10:24:04 AM
SEAL ≠ soldier
SEAL = sailor

FFS
 
2012-08-29 10:24:05 AM

Boudica's War Tampon: That attitude comes directly from their leaders:

"I don't know where bin Laden is. I have no idea and really don't care. It's not that important. It's not our priority."
- G.W. Bush, 3/13/02



While you are correct about the attitude, George Bush never said this.
 
2012-08-29 10:25:13 AM

Fuggin Bizzy: I'd have gone with their gigantic brass balls, but logistics and intel are cool too I guess.


Couldn't do the job without intel and logistics. It's not as much fun, but it can be pretty damned fascinating.
 
2012-08-29 10:26:07 AM

Farnn: hugram: greggm59: No matter how it happened, I'm just glad that the evil bastard got what he deserved. It's good knowing that his last moments were spent looking at the muzzle of a SEAL's weapon.

QFT...

What I still find puzzling is why certain people from the Right don't seem too happy that OBL is in fact dead.

What I find puzzling is how so many on the left seem to be okay with straight up murder when their guy is in office. And I don't just mean Osama but also the American cleric in Yemen who was given none of the rights provided for in the constitution.


Why do either of you find those things puzzling?

A large portion of "the right" and "the left" in the USA are neither right nor left but Republicans and Democrats playing a game.
 
2012-08-29 10:26:08 AM

Farnn: What I find puzzling is how so many on the left seem to be okay with straight up murder when their guy is in office. And I don't just mean Osama but also the American cleric in Yemen who was given none of the rights provided for in the constitution.


Go find out what "murder" means, then come back and we'll talk.
 
2012-08-29 10:26:18 AM

pennyrave: how much of the reason for this book's release is to tarnish some of the martyr "shine" OBL has garnered.


800%
 
2012-08-29 10:28:16 AM
farkityfarker

Am I the only one who's getting sick and tired of hearing about the Navy SEALs?


Yes.
 
2012-08-29 10:28:16 AM

Ctrl-Alt-Del: While you are correct about the attitude, George Bush never said this.


It does make a certain amount of sense. By that point, Bin Laden wasn't a major force anymore. Al Queida had ceased to be a centralized group funded largely by Bin Laden to a group of franchises. Bin Laden had become a penniless (his family had cut him off a few years back) figurehead living . . . . . somewhere. Knowing who the new guys were would have been FAR more relevant and urgent. Sooner or later Bin Laden would turn up and he could be dealt with then. Which is pretty much what happened.
 
2012-08-29 10:28:26 AM

fireclown: Fuggin Bizzy: I'd have gone with their gigantic brass balls, but logistics and intel are cool too I guess.

Couldn't do the job without intel and logistics. It's not as much fun, but it can be pretty damned fascinating.


You're absolutely right, and of course there were a shiat-ton of people that worked on making that raid successful that will never get any recognition. A handful of SEALs put the exclamation point on the sentence, but the whole reason they could do that was the level of support they had.

I just really like saying "gigantic brass balls" whenever possible.
 
2012-08-29 10:30:45 AM

Magorn: I'd take anything this guy says with a serious grain of salt. He's good enough to be on the elite SEAL team six, but too stupid to understand the documents he signed when getting his security clearance about anything he writes needing to be cleared in a pre-publication review? Though I dobt OBama would allow the DOJ to prosecute this guy, he basically just committed a federal felony that can get you up to ten years in jail, but, much more unforigvably may have risked exposing the other members of his "boat" to make a buck. Putting yourself before your team is an unforgiveable sin in the SEAL world


If that guy ever comes up to me and asks if he can join Fight Club, I'm just going to look at him and not say anything.

/but I've already said too much
//or have I?

First question; how do we know he is or was even a SEAL?

Second, if he was, is he someone you want to trust with your life?
 
2012-08-29 10:31:14 AM
The higher up the food chain the targeted individual was, the bigger a pussy he was

So this SEAL does not look down on leaders that are gung-ho to send young soldiers into battle while shying away from it them selves?

Will his team be ready to go to Iran for this pistol slinging stud?

extras.mnginteractive.com
 
2012-08-29 10:31:18 AM

mekki: A book that is coming out just in time during a major election to discredit Obama on one of his biggest achievements as a leader? No, this doesn't smell at all. I am sure the book is 100% unbiased fact.


Hey, swiftboating worked last time. Stick with a winning strategy. Uneducated mouthbreathers (regardless of party) will eat up any lie, no matter how preposterous or transparent, as long as it reinforces their prejudices.
 
2012-08-29 10:31:42 AM

BillCo: It's good to know that the White House didn't let the facts get in the way of a good story. 

Obamarambo?


So BillCo: what are the "facts"? since you apparently know them well enough to make a judgment.
 
2012-08-29 10:31:59 AM
Where's the obvious tag?

I'm sure the excuse would be made that they wouldn't want to sully their hands with the blood of an infidel.

They're all merely cowards, paying others in either material or spiritual wealth to carry out their hatred against others in Gods name - which they ultimately equate with themselves.

The Republican party has been this way for a long time now, you'd think we'd be used to it.

/oh yeah those terrorist guys too
 
2012-08-29 10:32:51 AM
The interpretation I read this morning contends that there was *another* man in the house, and the *he* offed Bin Laden (and then somehow magically disappeared in the bowels of the house, never to be seen or heard from again).
 
2012-08-29 10:33:25 AM

BillCo: It's good to know that the White House didn't let the facts get in the way of a good story. 

Obamarambo?


I love how you're in a pretty blue with the title Modmin Sock puppet.
 
2012-08-29 10:33:41 AM

Fuggin Bizzy: I just really like saying "gigantic brass balls" whenever possible.


BY all means carry on then. There aren't a lot of places where it's more appropriate.
 
2012-08-29 10:34:40 AM

Bennie Crabtree: I actually am very glad that the SEAL team killed Bin Laden. What I am annoyed with is the traditional double standard of the American State Department, that allows stuff like the Serbian genocide to occur because they coddle maniacs who have white enough skin, while they treat non-white terrorists appropriately. Doesn't the SEAL in this article have any self-awareness at all?




Whuh?

Are you somehow suggesting that an elite military unit that follows orders instead of saying "oh, what color is the target's skin?" and deciding whether or not to carry out those orders equals "no self-awareness?"

Not sure I understand that.
 
2012-08-29 10:36:10 AM
Farnn

hugram: greggm59: No matter how it happened, I'm just glad that the evil bastard got what he deserved. It's good knowing that his last moments were spent looking at the muzzle of a SEAL's weapon.

QFT...

What I still find puzzling is why certain people from the Right don't seem too happy that OBL is in fact dead.

What I find puzzling is how so many on the left seem to be okay with straight up murder when their guy is in office. And I don't just mean Osama but also the American cleric in Yemen who was given none of the rights provided for in the constitution.


I don't know anyone on the right that isn't happy that OBL is dead. I'd like to see examples, sources, etc.

I don't know anyone on the left that is okay with straight up murder. OBL and the American cleric were classified as enemy combatants. That nifty distinction comes from the the authority of the President of the US and a target to paste on their foreheads along with a set of steak knives. The President has that legal authority to hand out those distinctions. Get over it.

Two partisan statements with no desire to relate the facts to their politics. I'll TRY to get over that.
 
2012-08-29 10:36:53 AM

Lumpmoose: Professczar: Lumpmoose: And this is Wikipedia, which would presumably be a pretty standard summary of the "reports" that subby is referring to: ...Where's the discrepancy?

Washington Post (May 3, 2011):

"The White House retreated Tuesday from its most provocative assertions about the operation to kill Osama bin Laden, acknowledging that the al-Qaeda leader was neither armed nor hiding behind a female "human shield" when U.S. commandos fatally shot him during a predawn raid."

...

"Carney made major changes to that account, saying that bin Laden's wife had "rushed the U.S. assaulter and was shot in the leg but not killed. Bin Laden was then shot and killed. He was not armed."


Do you understand how Wikipedia works?

May 3, 2011? The raid happened on May 2. So the book and/or subby is trying to milk a 24-hour discrepancy that occurred 15 months ago? That's fine: political points are political points. I just want to make sure that's what we're seeing here.


I just read up on it a bit more. On Monday (the 2nd of May) John Brennan said there were reports that one of Osama bin Laden's wives was essentially caught in the crossfire and that it betrayed what kind of coward bin Laden was to use her as a human shield. However the next day the White House clarified that Brennan had mixed up the account of bin Laden's death with that of Abrar al-Kuwaiti (the courier's brother) and Abrar's wife Bushara who was killed in the crossfire with the SEALs. Have not found any clarification if the official account says al-Kuwaiti attempted to use Bushara to avoid shots or if she was simply in the way.

As far as any reports that bin Laden rushed the SEALs, that was his 23 year old son Khalid bin Laden. Does that make it clear?
 
2012-08-29 10:37:07 AM

Flaming Yawn: First question; how do we know he is or was even a SEAL?


Because the SEALs are very good at maintaining a list of all active and former SEALs, and any prominent fakers get pretty quickly outed.

Second, if he was, is he someone you want to trust with your life?

With my life? Absolutely, those guys are tough as nails. With my secrets? Eh, maybe not.
 
2012-08-29 10:37:26 AM

Magorn: I'd take anything this guy says with a serious grain of salt. He's good enough to be on the elite SEAL team six, but too stupid to understand the documents he signed when getting his security clearance about anything he writes needing to be cleared in a pre-publication review? Though I dobt OBama would allow the DOJ to prosecute this guy, he basically just committed a federal felony that can get you up to ten years in jail, but, much more unforigvably may have risked exposing the other members of his "boat" to make a buck. Putting yourself before your team is an unforgiveable sin in the SEAL world


What Team member would write a book like this unless it was the plan all along?
Control the message, control the battle space.
 
2012-08-29 10:37:54 AM

Heraclitus: Dear Seal Team Six,
If you ever find yourself in a fair fight,
Your Intel SUCKS!


battleblue1.files.wordpress.comi.ytimg.com 

When the gunboats opened up with the GAU-17/As is probably one of the best parts.
 
2012-08-29 10:40:00 AM

fireclown: Ctrl-Alt-Del: While you are correct about the attitude, George Bush never said this.

It does make a certain amount of sense. By that point, Bin Laden wasn't a major force anymore. Al Queida had ceased to be a centralized group funded largely by Bin Laden to a group of franchises. Bin Laden had become a penniless (his family had cut him off a few years back) figurehead living . . . . . somewhere. Knowing who the new guys were would have been FAR more relevant and urgent. Sooner or later Bin Laden would turn up and he could be dealt with then. Which is pretty much what happened.


I'm not arguing that he didn't feel that way, I'm simply pointing out that particular quotation is fake. There are plenty of other actual, verifiable quotations from Bush that make the same point, but that one is completely fabricated

It's more a case of me saying "The evidence you have presented to support your opinion is not factual, " not "I disagree with your opinion". Call it nitpicking or semantics if you like, but quotation marks mean something, and it's just as easy to come up with real quotes instead of fake ones
 
2012-08-29 10:41:37 AM

Farnn: What I find puzzling is how so many on the left seem to be okay with straight up murder when their guy is in office. And I don't just mean Osama but also the American cleric in Yemen who was given none of the rights provided for in the constitution.


Apples and oranges.

OBL was a legitimate military target. Anwar al-Awlaki, not so much.

I personally don't know any democrats who are happy with Obama over the killing of the latter, and more than a few who are seriously pissed about it (and many other things, including his 180 on whistleblowers and his defense of the NDAA).

Obama ran as a progressive; as president he's been a moderate conservative. That hasn't escaped people's notice. They'll still vote for him the second time around because a moderate conservative is better than a reactionary one.
 
2012-08-29 10:42:35 AM

Farnn: hugram: greggm59: No matter how it happened, I'm just glad that the evil bastard got what he deserved. It's good knowing that his last moments were spent looking at the muzzle of a SEAL's weapon.

QFT...

What I still find puzzling is why certain people from the Right don't seem too happy that OBL is in fact dead.

What I find puzzling is how so many on the left seem to be okay with straight up murder when their guy is in office. And I don't just mean Osama but also the American cleric in Yemen who was given none of the rights provided for in the constitution.


War is legal massmurder. Accept that. When Admiral Yamamoto, who was stripped of command authority and a political figurehead at the time, was defeated with a headshot from an American fighter it was a political assassination. The only military value in that act was the damage it would do to Japanese moral, and under the executive orders that are in effect now would be illegal.

Osama bin Laden chose armed conflict with the United States but he himself was not protected from American assassination as a head of state, and even if he'd had a state to call his own, he was involved with operational planning. He's a casualty of war. US might have been within its rights to level that compound with a B-52 strike, just to make sure. Who's going to successfully make the case that other equally effective options were available in the abscense of proof? Same shiat with American Taliban Anwar al-Aulaqi, he was part of a military organization in open conflict with American forces. An organization without a state. That last part is extremely important as it puts them outside of some elements of the Geneva conventions ratified by the states. They chose to be men alone in a wilderness of nations. Then they chose to take up arms against the most powerful nation that ever existed. They chose to live without the protection of laws, and that is how they died. That nation chose to invent flying robots loaded with guided missles and no preset kill limit.
 
2012-08-29 10:42:59 AM
This seal team 6 member seems like a partisan douchebag... right wing blowhards always have to let you know what they are thinking regarding politics. It's always the worst when you go golfing and you are put with one of these ass faces to round out your foursome or you sit down at the bar and...uh great blowhardy McGee wants to tell you how Obama is a seekrit muslim from Kenya.
 
2012-08-29 10:46:35 AM

Ctrl-Alt-Del: I'm not arguing that he didn't feel that way, I'm simply pointing out that particular quotation is fake. There are plenty of other actual, verifiable quotations from Bush that make the same point, but that one is completely fabricated

It's more a case of me saying "The evidence you have presented to support your opinion is not factual, " not "I disagree with your opinion". Call it nitpicking or semantics if you like, but quotation marks mean something, and it's just as easy to come up with real quotes instead of fake ones



Agreed. And that isn't nit picking.
 
2012-08-29 10:47:06 AM
Bin Laden apparently was hit in the head when he looked out of his bedroom door into the top-floor hallway of his compound as SEALs rushed up a narrow stairwell in his direction


Jeebus... those guys do not fark around. They're like Medusa, if you even catch a glimpse of them, you're probably already dead.
 
2012-08-29 10:50:32 AM
Lumpmoose,

Sorry, I think you've missed the point of my original response to you comment. I was not (and am not) interested in debating the fine points re: the raid, Bin Laden's death and who said what happened and when.

I was simply trying to point out that the probable reason you saw no discrepancy between what you read on the Wikipedia page and this morning's news stories revising earlier reports about the raid is because the Wikipedia entry has already been edited to reflect this morning's new narrative.

That's it. Nothing more.
 
2012-08-29 10:50:43 AM
About the only thing I'd add is that the timeline of the raid shows it took around 15 minutes from the time the raid started to the time they installed a new hole in OBL's brain bucket. Fifteen minutes is a long time when you're thinking that it's your last 15 minutes.

In that amount of time, OBL might have considered donning a suicide vest and try to take some of his attackers out with him (a scenario senior AQ folk had alluded to on quite a few occasions previously). The Seals may or may not have received a directive from the White House to zap OBL but regardless, they certainly weren't going to be bringing him out alive. With his wives there, there would have been no way they'd be able to capture him alive and hustle his ass on board a helicopter without such word getting out...so no, it would never have even been contemplated as a capture mission even if he'd come out buck nekkid with his hands held high. Just think of the number of Americans suddenly seized hostage worldwide when word leaked (as it tends to do in both the current White House much less a pissed off Pakistan) that we had OBL as a prisoner. No, when they popped him peeking around the door and he's still moving on the floor, they put extra rounds into him in the event he was booby trapped. It's simply common sense.

And as for the discrepancy of the account: who effing cares. That asshole deserved to die. I only hope in his last moments he was shiatting his pants in abject terror of his upcoming appointment with Iblis.
 
2012-08-29 10:52:00 AM

BigNumber12: Bin Laden apparently was hit in the head when he looked out of his bedroom door into the top-floor hallway of his compound as SEALs rushed up a narrow stairwell in his direction

Jeebus... those guys do not fark around. They're like Medusa, if you even catch a glimpse of them, you're probably already dead.


Yeah - their marksmanship is breathtaking. Even vanilla non-DEVGRU SEALs are jaw droppingly accurate and quick.
 
2012-08-29 10:53:14 AM

hugram: greggm59: No matter how it happened, I'm just glad that the evil bastard got what he deserved. It's good knowing that his last moments were spent looking at the muzzle of a SEAL's weapon.

QFT...

What I still find puzzling is why certain people from the Right don't seem too happy that OBL is in fact dead.


He was their goose that laid the golden eggs, they got a lot of fear mongering, political actions and scratch for their corp. masters because of the OBL boogie man.
 
2012-08-29 10:53:39 AM

clyph: Farnn: What I find puzzling is how so many on the left seem to be okay with straight up murder when their guy is in office. And I don't just mean Osama but also the American cleric in Yemen who was given none of the rights provided for in the constitution.

Apples and oranges.

OBL was a legitimate military target. Anwar al-Awlaki, not so much.

I personally don't know any democrats who are happy with Obama over the killing of the latter, and more than a few who are seriously pissed about it (and many other things, including his 180 on whistleblowers and his defense of the NDAA).


Get to know me! There are no special rights to life confered by American citizenship. The rights enumerated in the Constitution and elsewhere are described as inate, and granted to anyone who lives under the umbrella of American law. Guess what? Aulaqi chose otherwise. He chose to be an officer in a stateless army.

Obama ran as a progressive; as president he's been a moderate conservative. That hasn't escaped people's notice. They'll still vote for him the second time around because a moderate conservative is better than a reactionary one.

He ran as right of Reagan. He campaigned on smaller government doing smarter things for a high ROI, on good ideas that should have been explored 30 years ago. He didn't run on a $20/hr minimum wage, on a 90% upper tax bracket, on decoupling from and outlawing doing business with tax havens. Maybe that's a necessary compromise given the times. I voted for him because McCain and Palin scared the fark outta me.
 
2012-08-29 10:53:44 AM
I am just sad that they did not have enough time to shove his mouth full of raw bacon and lard, gag him with an american flag, and then shoot him in the head as he choked to death...
 
2012-08-29 10:53:47 AM
FTA: "Beyond such embarrassing observations, U.S. officials fear the book may include classified information, as it did not undergo the formal review required by the Pentagon for works published by former or current Defense Department employees."

This is how I know this book is a propaganda ploy.
If national security were at risk or a law had been broken, the FBI would fall like sharks on that publisher and impound everything, instantly. This alleged retired SEAL agreed to be tossed in prison if he EVER did something like this.
But folks here just want particulars to argue about, never mind the legitimacy of the premise to begin with.

I call B.S.
 
2012-08-29 10:55:39 AM

Bennie Crabtree: that allows stuff like the Serbian genocide to occur


Ok, you're not the only one to use that term, but it's wrong and annoying. The word "genocide" should be preceded by the victims being genocided. For example, it wasn't the Turkish genocide in circa WWI, it was the Armenian genocide. The "Serbian genocide" would be what happened when Serbs were being killed en masse during WWII. You're referring to what's called the Bosnian genocide, which is a little more confusing because there isn't one ethnicity represented.

And your argument is wrong anyway since we did in fact intervene in Bosnia. We tend to ignore terrorism/genocide when the victims and perpetrators don't look like they belong on a golf course, e.g. Rwanda, Sudan, Indonesia.
 
2012-08-29 10:56:37 AM
Question: How can jokes be lame as well as "nobody understood them"? If nobody got the jokes, how do they know they're lame?
 
2012-08-29 10:56:42 AM

BillCo: beep beep bloop bloop


Mission Accomplished.
 
2012-08-29 10:57:41 AM

Bennie Crabtree: The SEAL doesn't seem realistic to me. It is not that leaders are pussies. it is that leaders expect to be treated like leaders or statesmen. You see, if Bin Laden was white and leading white people, the leaders of the enemy would be treated as respected politicians (like Slobodan Milosevic, or other white politicians have been treated by the USA in the past, when they promote genocide and terrorism).

I bet that what the SEAL member saw was the leadership of the other side, being surprised at the extent of racism. Bin Laden expected to be captured and treated like a military or political leader. Instead he was treated like non-whites throughout the history of European imperialism. Just another bunch of Hottentots and Aboriginees to be pacified.

I actually am very glad that the SEAL team killed Bin Laden. What I am annoyed with is the traditional double standard of the American State Department, that allows stuff like the Serbian genocide to occur because they coddle maniacs who have white enough skin, while they treat non-white terrorists appropriately. Doesn't the SEAL in this article have any self-awareness at all?




Oh good, racism. I was getting worried.
 
2012-08-29 10:58:11 AM

HotIgneous Intruder: FBI would fall like sharks on that publisher and impound everything, instantly


Close - the DoD would just buy all the copies.
 
2012-08-29 10:58:16 AM

Professczar: I was simply trying to point out that the probable reason you saw no discrepancy between what you read on the Wikipedia page and this morning's news stories revising earlier reports about the raid is because the Wikipedia entry has already been edited to reflect this morning's new narrative.

That's it. Nothing more.


Who write history?
Uncle Sugar writes history, that's who.
 
2012-08-29 11:00:01 AM
Did he peer around the corner with his empty hands visibly in the air too?

It was a kill only mission. I'm OK with it, just stop pulling my leg on this one too Obama.
 
2012-08-29 11:00:03 AM

Bleyo: Whoever leaked his actual name is the bigger dumbass. My friend was in Iraq and Afghanistan. He has a unique last name, so they made him wear fake name tags to prevent his family from being targetted. The military takes this kind of thing seriously.


That would be Fox News. Fair and Balanced.
 
2012-08-29 11:00:25 AM

Uisce Beatha: HotIgneous Intruder: FBI would fall like sharks on that publisher and impound everything, instantly

Close - the DoD would just buy all the copies.


And toss the Very Special Operator Novelist so far into prison that he'd never be heard from again.
 
2012-08-29 11:01:05 AM

HotIgneous Intruder: FTA: "Beyond such embarrassing observations, U.S. officials fear the book may include classified information, as it did not undergo the formal review required by the Pentagon for works published by former or current Defense Department employees."

This is how I know this book is a propaganda ploy.
If national security were at risk or a law had been broken, the FBI would fall like sharks on that publisher and impound everything, instantly. This alleged retired SEAL agreed to be tossed in prison if he EVER did something like this.
But folks here just want particulars to argue about, never mind the legitimacy of the premise to begin with.


I call B.S.


I came here to say something similar - it's obvious that this story is just fantasy dreamed up at the GOP Derp Factory in order to "swift boat" Obama just before the election. (I doubt this will even help Richboy and Robbing)

Did Obama take credit - explicitly take credit - for the action taken against Bin Laden? The whole story smells like right wing hater-aid. I ain't gonna drink it.

The only part that leaves me no doubt is the crack about Joe Biden's lame jokes.
 
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