Everyone knows about the Onion's version of Joe Biden. In fact, several photos of the vice president in action have appeared -- on the surface -- to confirm the satirical website's portrayal of him as a philandering, muscle car-obsessed goofball.
But now, the American people will be able to hear the story behind those photos (hopefully, it will include the one of him nuzzling up to that female biker) from Biden himself.
The White House website now features a new audio series titled “Being Biden: Stories From Vice President Joe Biden.” The series will, according to the Web page, “tell the story behind a photo -- of where he was, why it matters to him and how the experience fits into the broader narrative of this administration.”
The first photo on the page, called “The Sportsman’s Ethic,” shows Biden serving food at the Whitehall Neck Sportsman Club’s Wild Game Dinner. Biden says he has attended the pro-hunting dinner annually for the past 30 years, and uses the experience to delve into the importance of the Second Amendment (albeit, with limits). Listen to the first installment below:
Ashley covers U.S. politics for the International Business Times, with a focus on civil liberties, women's issues and campaign finance. Her work has also appeared in The...