It is no secret that at 77, Slow Joe, b/k/a Joseph Biden(moron – DE) is a mean, petty , vile old man. Thanks to the National Review that Slow Joe selfish nature is not exactly new. NR has dug up a Kitty Kelly interview with the then young pup senator from 1974.

Description from Red State:

Biden’s comments on a variety of subjects during that interview — granted it was 1974 when he was only 31 — are not only cringe-worthy, in some cases they are contemptible.

One thing that cannot be missed — again a reflection of a bygone era — is the degree to which Biden focused on income, wealth, and status as things that he felt entitled to by virtue of his election to the Senate.

Commentary, Then Slow Joe said he could be a good senator and a good president.  The record in Joe’s thirty-six years in the Senate, his legislative achievements amount to a practical zero.

Slow Joe calls himself smart.  Yet he had to cheat his way thru law school and plagiarize his campaign stump speeches.  There three types of people, the smart who know what they know, the dumb who know that they don’t know and the truly dumb who think they know what they fact do not know.  Color Joe the last.

Unlike most other senators, Biden makes no bones about saving he is underpaid. ….“I dont know about the rest of you but I am worth a lot more than my salary of $42,500 a year in this body. It seems to me that we should flat out tell the American people we are worth our salt.”

Joe claims to be smart.  Yet he runs for a job knowing, or should have known, what is paid, but upon assuming office complains he is somehow underpaid.  Joe is you didn’t feel that forty-two thousand dollar as adequate compensation for a man of your talents, you should have sought a better position.

From Red State:

Does Joe Biden really believe anything, or is politics all a process of performance art and showmanship?  He seemed to gravitate towards the latter view in the Kitty Kelly interview: