Joe Biden wants to nominate Obama for sainthood

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Joe Biden must plan on living a long time, and be prepared on participating in a long, drawn-out process. That’s because he wants to recommend President Barack Obama for sainthood.

He made the comments while speaking at a conference of community health centers in New York, The Hill reports.

Biden says he should be put on the same pedestal as Mother Theresa and Pope John Paul II for his patience he displayed during all of the technical difficulties HealthCare.gov has experienced.

We didn’t help you much at the front end here, man, Biden said.

For Biden to follow through on helping earning Obama saint status a few things are going to happen:

  1. Obama’s going to have to die before 71-year-old Biden, since only dead folks can earn that status.
  2. Prove that Obama performed at least two miracles.

Which miracles will be the winner? Getting Osama bin Laden? Actually getting people to sign up through HealthCare.gov?

Via The Hill

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