That was no Biden gaffe
Poppycock, I say, to all the tortured-analysis baloney about Obama's "evolution" and statement on so-called "gay marriage," and on Biden's "slip." This is really, really simple.
Let's start with what we know for sure. (1) Barack Obama has always been itching to "come out" for so-called "gay marriage;" (2) Chicago pols in the psy-ops age play dirtier pool than ever; (3) Joe Biden is an idiot.
No one "forced Obama's hand," least of all Delaware Joe. (See link from the dutiful Politico here.) The only thing Joe has less of than smarts is initiative. Obama was only looking for an opportunity to manufacture a crisis not to waste. Try this scenario on for size:
Obama needs and has wanted to get Biden off the ticket for a long time. Biden was ordered to go out and say something stupid: just another day there. In this case, it concerned Obama's support for this issue, spoken as though it were Biden's latest grave faux pas. Ooops! Obama pretends to have been forced to admit what he has been wanting to say all along.
The "evolution" at which Obama just couldn't manage to arrive without his daughters' help -- though he somehow knows everything else about how to run the whole world -- now has the aura of both gradual and epiphanic ineluctability. It gives him leave to push Biden off the ticket for cause, owing to the latter's last-straw "indiscretion." And it all happens in plenty of time to let any Obama-supporters who might still be clinging to "old" values -- you know, like religion, tradition, or morality -- to get over it waaaaay before election time.
While all this appalling trash-news is occurring, (a) that oleaginous criminal Holder intends to sue the upright Arpaio (see here); (b) we learn our military is "out there fighting on [Obama's] behalf," (really: see here); and (c) some ominous new Executive Order is doubtless being plotted and hatched. Heaven knows what it might be. But look to see it made only quiet mention of next week, while the nation still blinks the smoke of this stink-bomb of an issue out of its eyes.