Biden: Obama Helpless Without Teleprompter

Wednesday, 27 May 2009 09:01 PM

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Vice President Joe Biden turned his humor on his boss Wednesday, joking publicly about President Barack Obama’s known addiction to Teleprompters.

Appearing at the U.S. Air Force Academy commencement ceremony in Colorado, Biden noted that the wind blew over one of Obama’s Teleprompters, according to Fox News.

"What am I gonna tell the president when I tell him his Teleprompter is broken?” Biden said to the crowd. “What will he do then?"

The crowd laughed at the joke made at the expense of the absent president, who was in Las Vegas at the time.

A parody Web site called "Barack Obama's Teleprompter" blogs about the Obama administration's exploits from the point of view of the "Teleprompter of the United States," according to Fox.

"It wasn't me," the author says, adding not to worry because "we don't bother giving Joe a real Teleprompter. It's just two screens that plays 'Tom and Jerry' cartoons on a loop."

White House officials say this is not connected to the Obama administration.

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