Thanks, Worf, for reminding us that listening to Rush, Hannity, and the like
makes one lazy.With that said, Biden doesn't have a chance.
However, you righties should be jumping for joy in hopes that he get the nod, as
whoever were to run against him would eat him for lunch!
Face it folks! Our follow Americans are intellectually lazy, and will depend on
the press to do their thinking.If the press wants Biden, then
that's what we'll get. Who ever runs against him will experience
The mere suggestion that this perpetual clown get any closer to the Presidency
than he already is should be enough to create an entire generation of
alcoholics.If elected, he would oversee the final destruction of our
country, collapsing the economy, the military, the education system, welfare
dependency and illiteracy.But he would be entertaining to watch in
action. If it were not so serious.
actually I think Biden fits quite well with the majority of the American
people... Sad but true.
I like Biden. Sure, he makes a lot of gaffes but you cannot ignore his success
as a politician, Vice President, and his legislation to date.He
would not have made it to Vice President of the United States if he was a fool
as he portrays himself to be.Just look at his debate with Paul Ryan.
You know the word that came out of the Vice Presidential debate for 2012?'Malarky'.And Biden said that about Ryan. Not any
other way around.Also, Biden adheres to Christian teachings, but
dosen't force them on anyone else.That said, I would have liked
Huntsman as Obama's bi-partisan ticket. They would have dominated anyone
else. More than Obama and Biden are doing so now, anyway.
But when is he giving a commencement speech at BYU?
For a man who was supposedly chosen by our President to be his running mate due
to his diplomatic relations and international experiences, he has got to control
his thoughts becoming verbal to maintain any kind of relations within and
outside the United States of America. His history shows otherwise.
You have got to be kidding!
I like Joe. He's very comfortable with who he is. I just hope we can keep
electioneering off the map for a while.
I find is frustrating that this talk would even begin now - this last
presidential campaign was painfully long and they don't need to be. I
would prefer to wait until sometime in 2015 (actually early 2016) before we have
to be subjected to all of this stuff.
Is our country capable of electing an honorable person?
Late night comics would have a field day.
Vice-presidents aren't successful waiting around 8 years to move up; Gore
waited 8 years, Mccain (though not VP) waited his eight years from 2000 to 2008
to finally get a chance only to, like Gore, lose-----Kerry and Dole waited
around 4 years for their turn, only to lose; America doesn't reward
people who seem to be sitting around waiting for something.